Under the general direction of the Assistant Superintendent, Business Services, assumes primary management responsibility for the Computers and Technology Services Department. Ensures efficient delivery of information system services and technology resources for users Districtwide; and performs other essential job-related work as required. The fundamental objective of this position is to ensure that computers and technology efforts are consistent with the overriding objective of effective delivery of quality educational services for the students, parents, and community.


1.Plans, organizes, leads, directs, develops, and monitors all aspects of the Computers and Technology Services Department; supervises the Educational and Library Technology department and provides direction to coordinator.

2.Directs and facilitates ongoing Districtwide needs assessment and development of technology implementation plan to ensure delivery of efficient and effective day-to-day and ongoing information system and technology services Districtwide.

3.Oversees, develops, and implements the District plan for information systems and technology.

4.Directs, facilitates, and monitors information system implementation efforts to ensure that the Department keeps pace with day-to-day and future needs.

5.Maintains frequent group and one-on-one communication and works in a collaborative manner with department directors and other administrators and professionals Districtwide to facilitate decision making and problem solving in the area of computers and technology services.

6.Oversees progress toward objectives relating to migration and other project management efforts.

7.Oversees the management of the interconnection of operating systems, desktop computer applications, network protocols, and mainframe applications.

8.Reviews, monitors, and facilitates negotiations with vendors and agencies to provide cost effective resources in terms of day-to-day demands and longer term goals and objectives.

9.Complies with applicable state, local, and federal rules, regulations, and laws, as well as the policies and procedures of the District.

10.Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with a variety of groups, including teachers, students, administrators, coworkers, vendors, consultants, and others as required.
11.Demonstrates and models safe, prudent, and healthful work behaviors and practices; identifies and works toward the elimination of unsafe or unhealthful work area conditions.

13.Performs other essential job-related work as required.


Education and Experience
Atypical qualifying background would include: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelors degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, public administration, education, computer science, or related field AND eight years progressively responsible experience in a similar-sized organization the field of computers and technology management, four of which in a management capacity.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Typical qualifying knowledge, skills, and abilities would include: Knowledge, skills, and abilities in the area of information systems and technology resources; knowledge of principles, practices, and languages used in communication oriented computer systems and programming; the capabilities, capacities, and limitation of computers and peripheral equipment; comparative equipment, planning, and cost control; principles and practices of accounting, statistics, and school district organization, activities, and requirements; principles of administration, human resource administration, departmental budgeting, supervision, and training.

Working Conditions

Work is performed primarily inside an office or office/laboratory environment with occasional exposure to the elements and cleaning solvents/chemicals. Requires occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds and the full range of fingering, talking, hearing, visual, and other physical and mental work demands. This is a single incumbent job classification.

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