The technology specialist will oversee basic hardware trouble-shooting, and software installation and troubleshooting for a school.
Serve as the first level technician in the area of initial installations, cloning, configuring basic networking, and trouble shooting workstations including printers.
Basic network administration of school server as trained.
Support implementation of district adopted software and software obtained from grants.
Coordinate service with the district technology department.
Maintain school’s technology inventory database.
Attend district technology specialist training and other technology meetings.
Participate on school technology team and assist with building hardware and software purchases.
Assist librarian as the school focus for cataloging and managing the building software.
Keep staff informed about the evolving technology program, as well as implement technology procedures such as licensing, inventory, security, etc., for staff and student technology resources.
Assume additional responsibilities in the area of technology as may be assigned.
The usual and customary methods of performing the job’s functions require the following physical demands: some lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling; some stooping, kneeling, crouching, and/or crawling; significant fine finger dexterity; and getting on a ladder.