Lower School Technology Integration Facilitator

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

1617-002 - LS Technology Integration Facilitator

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Posted: 16/12/2015 12:07
Salary: Range: 39.127€ - 69.088€
Location: International School of Luxembourg
Level: Faculty

Deadline: 31/01/2016 23:59
Hours: 40.00
Benefits: Lunch vouchers, school holidays
Job Type: Indefinite Duration Contract

Brief description:

The Technology Integration Facilitator at ISL focuses on the integration of technology into the curriculum. As resource person for students and teachers, the Facilitator is responsible for coordinating, organizing and facilitating the effective utilization and integration of instructional technology within the school setting.

Application deadline:

31 January 2016

To begin:

01 August 2016

To end:

We offer:

Leadership, inspiration and support. A competitive salary scale with a range of benefits and we are an Equal Opportunity Employer. For further information, please visit our website (www.islux.lu).

Profile: (training, experience, skills and aptitudes necessary to do the job)

Current teaching certificate or equivalent;
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent (MA preferred);
Experience in collaborative curriculum work in a school environment;
Experience teaching/working with students ages (3-11), preferably for more than 2 years;
Good ICT skills and good knowledge on recent developments in ICT integration into curriculum especially in Math and Science;
Experience working in an international school environment as responsible for technology and information literacy;
Knowledgeable about international school curricula;
Understanding of differentiation to support and enrich student learning;
Very good interpersonal and communications skills;
Near native English speaker;

The successful candidates must:

Passionate and enthusiastic about the use of technology in student learning;
Able to work successfully in an environment requiring consensus-driven decision making, collaboration, compromising and learning;
High organized and able to follow through on tasks and initiatives;
Innovative in teaching young adults;
Value continuous learning and collaborative work;
Confident in working with young students, parents and colleagues;
Show initiative, discretion and diplomacy;
Able to work independently as well as part of a team;
Culturally sensitive.

Among main responsibilities

Collaborate with teachers to design, implement and promote ICT and information literacy throughout the School;
Assist teachers to identify their needs related to technology and information literacy;
Develop strategies to improve teachers' ICT skills;
Support teachers developing projects specific to their curricular objectives;
Promote a wide range of resources which help to integrate technology into the curriculum;
Design and implement technology and information literacy professional development opportunities based on identified areas of need and interest;
Work with curriculum committees and/or grade level teams to expand ICT and information literacy skills;
Promote technology and information literacy in the wider school community;
Propose software and hardware purchases for review by Principals and the Head of ICT;
Other duties as Director, US Principal or Head of ICT may assign.