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Higley is a community of schools designed to share a common commitment to education and achievement for our youth and a sense of well-being for all. We focus on providing continuity from preschool to high school with a well-rounded education including academics, music, arts, languages, athletics, physical education, technology and character education. Our performance meets and exceeds state standards in academics, and our students are champions both on and off the field. We are tenaciously focused on each student's learning, and we take the guesswork out of education with data-driven instruction and accountability.

Our District Office is located at 2935 South Recker Road, Gilbert, AZ, 85295. If you have questions, please call the HR Team at (480) 279.7100 or e-mail at

  1. Support HUSD Vision, Mission and Goals.
  2. Provide leadership to develop and guide the online learning environment.
  3. Provide leadership for the technical development and delivery of all web-enhanced courses.
  4. Maintain and update Higley On-Line Program courses as requested by teachers and administrator.
  5. Design new courses for online delivery.
  6. Build systems and processes to support students, teachers, and parents (i.e., online student and parent orientation courses).
  7. Develop and maintains an online repository of resources to provide information on current best practices, innovations, and emerging trends for faculty and to promote sharing of resources.
  8. Work collaboratively and effectively with faculty throughout the district to provide pedagogical and technical consulting to design, develop, and implement instructional content, courses and projects that enrich teaching and learning through the use of technology in online, blended and traditional courses, including the district’s curriculum framework.
  9. Maintain all electronic Higley Online Program communication and other documents (i.e. website, course catalog, registration forms, etc.).
  10. Prepare student information systems (i.e., create master schedule) and Higley Online Program Tracking System for semester courses and scheduling.
  11. Coordinate with IT on finalizing of online program grades.
  12. Setup in-person orientation materials (i.e. agenda), facility requests, and equipment.
  13. Deliver in-person parent orientation.
  14. Provide technical assistance to Higley Online Program students, teachers, and parents.
  15. Provide continuous technology, communication and support to Higley Online Program teachers.
  16. Plan and implement professional development for Higley Online Teachers.
  17. Assist with Higley Online registration, enrollment, and program evaluation as needed.
  18. Prepare and submit compilation of audit and other state report information.
  19. Research and develop best practices for online course delivery.
  20. Schedule and facilitate group curriculum writing, revision, and/or evaluation sessions.
  21. Advise and assist with requests for aligned equipment and other curricular materials.
  22. Provide assistance to counselors in the form of resources (i.e. counselor handbook) and explaining program policies, procedures, etc.
  23. Attend workshops and all required training sessions designed to upgrade and maintain professional skills.
  24. Be willing to work flexible hours when necessary.
  25. Performs other duties as assigned or required.
  26. Works with teachers and technology staff in the selection of resources that are compatible with the school technology infrastructure.
  27. Collaborates with instructional staff and teachers to develop specific lesson plans that integrate technology.
  28. Models the integration of technology in all curriculum areas.
  29. Implements best practices related to technology use in the school program based on research, pilot programs, and state/national standards.
  30. Carries out non-instructional duties as assigned and/or as needed.
  31. Facilitate technology rich professional development.



The candidate will support and model high expectations of accountability in all responsibilities of this position.
The successful candidate supports the district's vision, mission, core values, code of cooperation, and goals. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
Master’s degree - Instructional Technology or related field preferred.

  1. Administrative certification from the Arizona Department of Education preferred.
  2. Teacher certification from the Arizona Department of Education preferred
  3. Minimum of 4 years classroom teaching experience preferred.
  4. Must be able to:
  • Facilitate groups effectively.
  • Work cooperatively with administrators and peers.
  • Model effective instruction.
  1. Possess knowledge of:
  • District curriculum frameworks.
  • Arizona College and Career Readiness Standards.
  1. Possess strong technology skills: Snyergy, LMS, PC basics, Microsoft Office, email systems, on-line and desktop publishing and web design applications.
  2. Must be able to pass a fingerprint and background check.
  3. Must have at the time of application and must maintain a valid Arizona driver's license.


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 The employee is regularly required to perform the following duties:

  1. Frequent communication with parents, students, and staff including the exchange of accurate information.
  2. Occasionally move about the inside of the office to access file cabinets, office equipment, etc.
  3. Constantly operate a computer and other office equipment.
  4. Must be able to remain in a stationary position at least 50% of the time either standing or sitting.
  5. Often raising objects from a lower to higher position, higher to lower position, or horizontally weighing up to 50 pounds.
  6. Occasionally required to position body by bending body downward and forward by waist.
  7. Required to have close visual acuity to perform activities including preparing and analyzing data and figures, transcribing, viewing a computer terminal, and extensive reading.
  8. Exposure to the following environmental conditions: moving mechanical parts, noise, and electric shock.


This is a 12 month classified administrator position, with a starting salary in the low $50,000 and can range to the mid-$60,000 Depending on Experience (DOE).


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Job Level:
Mid-level position
Job Sector:
Instructional Technology