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Technology Coordinator

Position Duties:

  • Develop and implement the school’s technology program with emphasis on integration of technology into the school’s curriculum.
  • Manage, administrate, and maintain the 1-to1 Chromebook program.
  • Oversee technology training and development for faculty, staff and students.
  • Serve as primary support in all related areas of technology for faculty, staff and students.
  • Maintain business and school-related software systems including, but not limited to, student information systems, financial, communication, testing, and web systems.
  • Manage and plan the lifecycle of IT assets and resources including planning, purchasing, deployment, configuration, tagging, inventory management, support, and monitoring.
  • Secure all network resources both physically and virtually, including anti-virus, firewalls, and system updates.
  • Protect students and other resources using Internet filtering and maintain/update that system continuously.
  • Maintain employee and student accounts in Active Directory, Google, and other systems.
  • Maintain IT equipment such as computers, printers, copiers, projectors, and televisions.
  • Plan and manage the Mitel telephone system and all related components, including voicemail.
  • Implement and maintain a reporting mechanism that can track technology issues online.
  • Procure and manage software license agreements internally and/or jointly with groups like the Milwaukee Archdiocese or Jesuit Midwest Province.
  • Manage building operations such as the bells and public address system, and jointly support the security system, security cameras, and HVAC controls with the Operations Manager.
  • Manage Internet connection and logistics with ISPs.
  • Develop and execute short and long-term plans for technology, including plans related to network infrastructure, mobile device lifecycle, academics, future construction and renovations.
  • Manage a committee of faculty and staff to assist in technology planning and current issues.
  • Manage the technology purchasing budget and maintain records, including at times the securing and management of outside funds such as the eRate program.
  • Serve on committees as determined by the Principal.
  • Contract and supervise all vendors as needed, including consulting services and cellular phones.
  • Maintain all other IT-related systems as directed by the Principal.
  • Other duties as required.


Job Qualifications:

  • 4 year degree in an IT-related or education field with IT focus, or 2 year degree in an IT-related field with equivalent experience (technology and operation/resource management).
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Google Workspace and Google Admin, MDM experience, Office 365 and 365 Admin, Office, Windows 10 and 11, Windows Server, AD, GP, DHCP, DNS, Tier 1 and 2 helpdesk management, print server management, and database administration is required.
  • Experience using and managing Mitel phones, Sonicwall systems, Sharp MFPs, Tier 3 helpdesk, Cisco and Aruba networking products, Abila, Raptor Check-In Management, Salesforce, MAP testing, DPI Reporting, Clever and blended learning, Lexia, and other school systems is preferred.
  • Able to support modern operating systems and network environments
  • Experience administrating email, cloud file storage, and other could-based productivity applications.
  • Able to support and administrate a wide variety of network applications.
  • Understanding of network infrastructure, including wiring and network equipment
  • Experience in project management.
  • Knowledge of IT best practices including security, educational technology, productivity, and network planning.
  • Must capable of working in and communicating to both technical and educational environments.
  • Possess business application skills (word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations)
  • Possess strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Motivated self-starter with the ability to make unilateral operational decisions.
  • Able to manage personnel, projects, and budgets.
  • Able to efficiently manage technology purchases.



Additional Information

Start Date
Nativity Jesuit Academy - Milwaukee (F42)
Job Category
Schools - Professional/Technical
Employment Type
Full Time

To Apply

Send résumé, cover letter that addresses relevant experience with salary expectations, and references to Applicants that do not include a résumé, cover letter with salary expectations, and references will not be considered a complete application and will not be reviewed.
Contact Name
Ron Smyczek
1515 S. 29th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53215

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