Technology Specialist

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

Moravian Academy is seeking a Technology Specialist to support the Downtown Campus Preschool-Grade 8

Position Description

This is a full-time, 12-month position. The Technology Specialist will provide logistical support for the use of technology in the educational setting.  He/she will be a member of the All School Technology Committee.


Specific Core Responsibilities Include:


  • Provide technical guidance and expertise for hardware technology platforms including servers, networking, computers (desktop, laptops, tablets), SmartBoards, audio-visual equipment (projectors, sound system, video, and still cameras), and printers.

  • Provide technical guidance and expertise for software platforms including server, desktop, and laptop operating systems (OS X), Google administration applications, and end-user applications for teachers and students including web-based Google Apps (Docs, Sheets, etc) and other applications as required per grade level (ie: ClassKick and Notability) and traditional computer-based applications like Office, Scratch, and Audacity.

  • Prepare and implement a consistent set of computer hardware and software for student and teacher computers & iPads through the use of JAMF Pro.

  • Create and manage student and teacher Apple and Google accounts and provide instruction and support of their use.

  • Work with teachers in their integration of technology in their classroom and curriculum.

  • Provide support and access to parts and repair services for Apple technology through the Apple Self-Servicing program as needed.

  • Work with and act as backup for the Network Administrator as required.

  • Provide technology set-ups and teardowns for administrative, educational, and chapel-related meetings.

  • Record, process and create video and audio of various events during the year.


Preferred Additional Skills/Tasks:


  • Plan and implement a vertically aligned coding elective bridging the existing program in the lower school to the existing courses in the upper school.

  • Opportunity to teach technology skills class or video and broadcasting based on schedule availability


Summer Tasks: 



  • Inventorying the returned iPads from current students and preparing a list of missing iPads, Chargers, etc


  • Updating iPads and accounts 

  • Preparing accounts and iPads for new enrollments

  • When the new iPads are ready for the 6th-grade students, preparing accounts and iPads for the 6th-grade students

  • Updating the settings for the 6th grade Google Accounts to match the settings for Middle School as opposed to the Lower School Settings

  • Preparing replacement laptops and/or iPads for the faculty as determined by refresh cycle

  • As needed, keeping the computer labs updated and systems refreshed 


About the School

Founded in 1742, Moravian Academy is a coeducational primer-grade 12 independent college preparatory school. The Academy, located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, has an enrollment of approximately 700 students. The school has three divisions: the lower school (primer-grade 5), the middle school (grades 6-8), and the upper school (grades 9-12).


Our lower and middle schools are located in historic downtown Bethlehem while the upper school is located on 120 acres in Bethlehem Township, approximately six miles from the downtown campus. Moravian Academy is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, the Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools, and the Council for Spiritual and Ethical Education.



Moravian Academy is a church-related school whose Moravian tradition affirms that young people best realize their potential in an atmosphere of love and understanding. We seek to promote the child’s full development in mind, body, and spirit. Since 1742, our tradition has encouraged sound innovations to meet contemporary challenges while recognizing the permanence of basic human values.  


Compensation and Benefits:

Moravian Academy salaries are competitive and based on years of experience and expertise.  The Academy’s generous retirement plan contributes 8% of salary when eligible employees contribute 5% of their salary through payroll reduction. Full-time employees are eligible to enroll in the Group Medical and Prescription Healthcare Program offered by the school. The Academy pays up to 70% of the premium. The Academy financially supports the continuing professional development of its faculty and administrators.  Tuition remission in the form of need-based aid for tuition at Moravian Academy is available for the children of employees who qualify. 



This is a full-time position starting in June 2022.


Moravian Academy is an equal opportunity employer and we strive to provide an environment that welcomes a diverse community.

How to Apply

Submit digital materials, including a letter of intent, resume, and statement of educational philosophy, to and the Acting Director, Dawn Brews at