Instructional Technology Support Specialist

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

The Instructional Technology Support Specialist is a full-time, year-round position reporting to the head of the Technology Department. Job responsibilities are as follows:

  • Provides support and professional development to faculty in their use of classroom-related hardware and software, including the school’s Blackbaud Education Management LMS, GSuite, and Microsoft Office 365 platforms.
  • Collaborates with the Assistant Head for Academic Life to conduct initial tech onboarding and ongoing professional development of new faculty members.
  • Creates documentation and ed-tech learning materials for faculty and students in both written and video format.
  • Supports faculty in special tech-related projects, provides scheduled 1-on-1 coaching and supervision with faculty interested in using new hardware, apps or sites for their classes; helps identify the right tool for the job.
  • Builds out any special Resource pages requested by administration or Communications within the LMS. Responsible for the organized look and feel of the informational Resource Boards in the LMS.
  • Stays abreast of the latest in curricular technologies & student privacy laws, provides a regular forum for faculty to learn of new apps, laws and tools.
  • Assists faculty in identifying and attending ed-tech professional development opportunities.
  • Maintains the school’s official published list of apps, sites and services used for classes and the faculty form that powers it; verifies the SOPIPA, COPPA and CIPA compliance of all tech tools used by faculty, answers any parent questions regarding student data sharing or privacy concerns relating to in-class apps.
  • Maintains the Tech Orientation and grade-level “Test and Project” Calendar pages within the LMS for faculty and students.
  • Conducts annual Acceptable Use Policy workshops with 7th and 9th grade student advisories.
  • Assists the Tech Department in communicating new student account setup instructions to parents and participates in the annual student wi-fi onboarding event on Book Day.
  • Maintains “Class of” grade-level pages within the school’s LMS, coordinates with grade-level deans to maintain materials thereupon.



  • At least 1 year experience supporting faculty in an Ed-Tech capacity
  • At least 1 year experience maintaining information in an LMS or CMS
  • Strong audio-visual troubleshooting skills
  • Working knowledge of both the Mac and Windows OSes
  • Familiarity with Google for Education tools



  • Experience working with a popular LMS other than Google Classroom, preferably Blackbaud Education Management LMS
  • Experience working with Microsoft Sharepoint and/or OneDrive
  • Experience performing mail or e-mail merges using Word and Excel
  • Classroom teaching experience in grades 7-12

Salary commensurate with experience.

About Prep

Flintridge Prep is a nationally recognized nonsectarian coed school for students in grades 7 through 12. We’re an aspirational and caring community united around a collaborative culture of kindness, humor and professional commitment to students, faculty and staff. Located in the city of La Cañada Flintridge, CA, Prep enjoys the best of two worlds: a tree-covered suburban campus with easy access to Pasadena and all the greater Los Angeles area has to offer. The campus is very close to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Rose Bowl and is an easy drive to Downtown LA. Most employees live in the surrounding neighborhoods within a 15-minute drive of campus, including La Cañada Flintridge, Pasadena, Altadena, Eagle Rock, Montrose, and La Crescenta.

Employee Benefits

Flintridge Prep offers paid vacation and sick days and a highly competitive health insurance package, including medical, dental, vision, and long-term care, as well as a retirement plan.


Flintridge Preparatory School values the representation and full engagement of individuals within our community whose differences include—but are not limited to—intellectual perspective, age, ethnicity, family makeup, gender identity and expression, physical ability, race, national and ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status. The school does not discriminate on any basis in its administration of its hiring practices, educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school-administered programs.

How to Apply

Candidates should email their resume and cover letter explaining their interest in the position to