District Educational Technology Director

Job Level
Senior position
Job Category
  • Technology
Job Status
Areas of Responsibility
  • Instructional Technology

The preferred candidate will hold an advanced degree in Instructional Technology or a related field, and have leadership experience with the planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating of operational and instructional technologies across multiple platforms.

Teaching experience is a plus!

Job functions include, but are not limited to the following: 

  • Responsible for the district's information technology planning and leadership under the direction of the Assistant Superintendent. 

  • Responsible for the interaction and upgrade of the various systems and servers that make up the district's information technology infrastructure. 

  • Maintain the technology enhanced learning spaces across the district. 

  • Oversee and coordinate the life cycle of all computer equipment and replace in a systematic manner. 

  • Ensure backup strategies meet the business continuity goals of the district. 

  • Monitor and evolve the district's local and wide area network. 

  • Provide oversight of training sessions for all staff and faculty. 

  • Research technology trends and inform the Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent of district needs. 

  • Serve as a resource to the various district committees relative to technology. 

  • Develop working relationships with district technology coaches, principals, and "early adapter" teachers. 

  • Promote change and effectively manage the implementation of new ideas. 

  • Responsible for all aspects of the technology budget, including but not limited to, preparation/revision, monitoring all expenditures, and ensuring that proper accounting procedures are followed. 

  • Assist the business manager with identifying ways to contain cost and limit increases of expenditures that are in the district's control. 

  • Advocate for continuous learning for the members of the technology department. 

  • Serve as the District Representative to the LIU for appropriate regional technology related material. 

  • Oversee the responsibilities of the technology staff, delegating assignments as needed.  


The successful candidate will posses the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:
(The WYASD will provide reasonable accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disability Act. ) 

  • Must be able to speak clearly and distinctively; be able to read correspondence/computer screen; and have an auditory acuity sufficient to communicate via phone. 

  • Must be courteous, congenial, cooperative, service-oriented, able to work independently or in a team (as circumstances warrant), and able to work with frequent interruptions. 

  • Must be able to sit/stand for extended periods of time; walk throughout buildings; climb stairs; lift/carry at least 20 pounds; and bend, twist, reach, stoop, grasp, and have sufficient dexterity to operate office equipment. 

  • Must be able to communicate effectively with students, personnel at all levels, and members of the public; follow written and verbal directions; provide direction and motivate subordinates; read, comprehend, and perform computations; write and correspond at a post-secondary level; work independently or in a team; direct personnel consistent with district policies, regulations, and work rules; and exercise good judgment. 

Application deadline – Janruary 25, 2019