Openings as of 2/20/2020
1. Bachelor of Science or equivalent work-related experience, minimum of six years of experience.
2. Experience with PowerSchool highly desirable.
3. Experience with Mac operating systems up through OSX. PC experience with Win 2007, Windows ME, NT and XP. Experience with server setup and administration. (This would include NT, Server 2000, Linux, and Unix)
4. Familiarity with networked/distributed computing environment concepts, understand basic routing and switch protocols. Knowledge and training in stateof-the-art diagnostic, software, tools, and equipment used in computer and network maintenance.
5. Able to work well with little supervision and make decisions such as repair or
5. Ability to plan, layout, and complete complex assignments.
6. Able to work safely and efficiently in public areas.
7. Must be physically fit with strength, agility, and stamina to work with heavy components, on ladders, and be on feet for prolonged periods in a safe manner.
8. Ability to independently diagnose and resolve complicated maintenance and installation situations with a minimum of guidance from the supervisor.
9. Ability to read, understand, and evaluate manuals, operating instructions, specifications, and diagrams and be abie to transfer that knowledge to effective resolution of problems and repairs.
1. Maintain an inventory of existing equipment and software.
2. Responsible for centralized purchase and distribution of hardware and software.
3. Develop criteria for review and acquisition of hardware and software.
4. Implement, coordinate, and evaluate systematic training of staff in the use of
computers in education.
5. Coordinate efforts to ensure that computer usage augments curriculum needs.
6. Survey parental reaction to computer usage in the schools.
7. Serve as the district liaison in coordinating efforts between computer professionals, other school districts, and the Alaska Department of Education.
8. Evaluate equipment usage throughout the district to maximize potential hardware and software availability to students.
Yukon Flats School District
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9. Oversee the shipping, receiving, and/or maintenance of equipment in need of
10. Be versed in the availability and trends of computer software and hardware. 11 . Prepare and present school board reports on a monthly basis.
11. Work with Business Manager to develop yearly budgets in regards to equipment
and technological supplies for the district.
13. Develop, maintain, and distribute IT policies locally and to remote sites.
14. Provide technology user support for the district
15. Maintain district web-site and audit school web sites.
16. Maintain Mac and PC computers district wide (8 rural sites) and at the
17. Maintain District wide servers and internal networks at all times.
18. Work with service provider on email and WAN access problems for all sites. Yukon Flats School District
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19. Diagnoses computer hardware and software problems.
20. Replaces defective components such as hard drives, memory, and system
21. Pulls, terminates, and tests network cabie.
22. Evaluate, recommend and implement new software and hardware solutions.
23. Ensure security of data and critical systems on the network.
24. Configure and maintain district File Severs
25. Responsible for E-rate program management for the district and apple for E2T2 Technology Grant
26. Responsible for developing and implementing a district-wide technology plan in a timely manner and provide technology training through professional development
27 . Implement a Power School Student Management program for the district.
28. Work in collaboration with GCi personnel in delivering useable and successfully operable video conferencing programs and equipment.
29. Assumes other position related duties as prescribed by the Superintendent of
Schools or designee. >