Instructional Technology and Curriculum Advocate

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


This position is the primary instructional support role for the development and acquisition of resources, training,

and oversight for the school’s digital initiative covering all divisions’ teachers, students, and parents.


Specific responsibilities include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Professional Development

    • In coordination with academic administration, plan and implement professional development opportunities—on-campus and off-campus, group and individual—to grow exposure and understanding for digital tools in the classroom.

    • Work with teachers and identify division-specific needs for training and demonstration.

    • Help administration develop standards for teachers’ digital skill levels and particular training needs and work with teachers to establish and achieve goals.

  • Curriculum

    • In coordination with teachers, departments, and division directors, explore mission-appropriate digital curriculum options and budgetary impact.

    • Help teachers consider alternative content delivery options.

    • Work with the IT department for curriculum procurement and deployment.

    • Provide teachers with industry-leading curricular options by developing a catalog of subject-specific digital curricula.

  •  Resources Management

    • Subscriptions and Licenses

    • Keep abreast of developing technologies and possible points of implementation opportunities.

    • Assist Administration in developing a measurement tool regarding the efficacy of 1:1 devices and student achievement (does the use of devices improve student learning?)

    • Integration

    • Work with teachers to find new ways to improve the learning environment with digital tools.

  • Student Digital Development

    • Develop grade level appropriate annual digital onboarding plan for students (and faculty/staff) and work with teachers for implementing onboarding plan.

    • Work with the Director of Library Services to coordinate resources and students training and student digital citizenship and literacy curriculum.

  • Parent Education

    • Work with TPO, IT Director, and Administration to continue the Parent Education Program.

Additional duties as assigned or determined necessary by employee and supervisor.

How to Apply

To apply for this position click here for the Trinity application. Please attach a cover letter and resume. Candidates may also include college transcripts, letter of recommendation, and certificates/licenses.