Educational Technology Integrator

Job Level
Entry-level position
Job Category
  • Technology
Job Status
Areas of Responsibility
  • Instructional Technology

The Role:

The Educational Technology Integrator (ETI) plays a key role in facilitating the use of educational technology and innovative design-strategies within the classroom and school as a whole. They act as a liaison and thought-partner among the teaching colleagues, staff and IT partners, and among the students, promoting a culture of equity, access, voice, and joy in all that they do. ETIs will also serve as a first-line response to educational technology needs and support in order to ensure the best possible learning experience for students within a holistic and child-centered educational environment, coordinating and recommending, as needed, hardware and software, connectivity, and classroom and child-based needs for effective teaching and learning. The ETIs report to the Director of Academic Technology and Innovation and their respective Division Head.

Responsibilities and Skills:

  • Contributes to the planning, development, communication, implementation, and evaluation of technology-infused strategic plans with the Director of Academic Technology and school IT partners.
  • Ensures that integration goes BEYOND physical technology, including STEAM-based connections, Design-Thinking, Maker Space, etc.
  • Identifies trends in software, hardware, curriculum, teaching strategies, and other areas.
  • Develops best practices for instructional technology in the division in which they primarily work.
  • Assists teachers in developing curriculum and content utilizing technology. ? Develops methods of incorporating interactive technology to improve learning experiences.
  • Conducts technology training for instructional colleagues within their respective division, and as appropriate, beyond it.
  • Reviews and recommends technology based professional development opportunities for colleagues and students.
  • As appropriate and needed, leads workshops for students and families. ? Performs ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of the instructional technology. ? Teaches and supports integrated classroom technology for students. ? Acts as the bridge between students and teachers, creating help desks as additional supports for students.
  • Works in collaboration with divisional leadership teams, as needed, to develop and facilitate, student programming. For example: Upper School tech internship program for current students and recent graduates, student robotics clubs at divisional levels, design-thinking workshops, etc.
  • Creates and maintains a technology self-help web page, including FAQs, detailed product & technical information for educational technology tools and resources that can be easily accessed by colleagues, students and parents in collaboration with IT personnel.
  • Teaches classes in their instructional area within and possibly across divisions. ? In partnership with the IT team, helps to inform volume needs of print & copy supplies.
  • In conjunction with the IT team, maintains appropriate inventory of classroom assets (projectors, cables, laptops, printers, power adapters) and makes recommendations for ideal educational technology to support student learning experiences.
  • Models and facilitates safe, healthy, legal, and ethical uses of digital information and technologies, sharing out tips and updates to the community regularly. ? Joyfully learns how to use new software quickly, and then teach others. ? Performs additional duties as needed.

This role is housed in our Lower School and serves colleagues and students in grades K-4. It is considered an all school role with some all school responsibilities.



Fluency with a wide range of hardware and software including but not limited to computers/tablets (Windows/Mac/ Android/Chrome), audio visual equipment (projectors, amplifiers, etc.), Interactive Whiteboards, mobile devices, the Office 365 Ecosystem, and Learning Management Systems (i.e. Google Classrooms, Canvas, etc). Critical thinking and technical troubleshooting skills required. Excellent oral and written communication and organizational skills, and the ability to respond quickly and succinctly to all communications.

How to Apply

Please submit an updated resume, cover letter describing your interest and experience, a one page, single-spaced student support philosophy or values statement, and three references with contact information. Reference letters are also encouraged. Send application materials to


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