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COMPUTER SCIENCE

NT Network Administrator

The candidate must be a high energy professional with an enthusiastic outlook and able to work closely with school administration, faculty and staff. The candidate should possess the following skill set: o 2 – 3 years experience administering an NT-based network with T1 connections to the Internet and to the lower campus o Supervisory experience a plus o Strong working knowledge of networking including Ethernet, routers and TCP/IP, DNS and the fundamentals of system security o Knowledge of Internet services including web servers, web-based e-mail, Exchange servers, FTP services and proxy server/firewall/security setup o Experience with PC client systems running Windows 95/98/NT is required o Experience with Citrix push technology a plus. Must have a high level of self-direction and be able to lead and manage a capable IT staff. The candidate will also need the ability to create and maintain a through set of procedures to ensure the health and security of the network, the servers and mission critical data. We offer a competitive salary and full benefits package. Please send a cover letter and resume via e-mail…..no phone calls PLEASE! John Zelek, Dir. of Tech., The Shipley School, 814 Yarrow Street Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 or eMail: jzelek@shipleyschool.org

Special Projects Director: Project Venture

The Creighton Elementary School District, AZ is accepting applications for the position of Special Projects Director – Project Venture. Located in east central Phoenix, the Creighton Elementary School District (K-8) includes eight elementary schools serving more than 8,000 students (with our ninth school to open in 2001). The district employs approximately 1,000 employees. It is the tenth largest elementary school district in Arizona and considered to be one of the premier progressive districts serving urban youth. The district is proud of its nationally recognized programs and seeks leaders committed to adding value to our learning community. We are seeking an individual who can provide effective leadership, and assistance in the design, implementation, coordination and operation of a district level initiative that impacts student achievement. Qualifications: Arizona Administrative Certificate preferred; Master’s Degree in Education preferred; Minimun of three (3) years classroom teaching experience; Appropriate experience as

related to the district project. Excellent salary and benefit package. Contact Jona Ritter, Manager – Personnel Services, Creighton Elementary School District, 2702 E. Flower Street Phoenix, Arizona 85016 or Fax (602) 381-6019

High School AP Programming Teacher

One section of APCS, a few of Intro to programming and some other courses in the HS technology offerings. To apply or for more information, contact: John Servente, Technology Director, American School in London, 2/8 Loudoun Road London NW8 0NP England or eMail: John_Servente@ASL.org

Technology Coordinator for K-8 school

Teacher of Computer skills for Grades K-8 Technology Coordinator to assist classroom teachers and administration with integrating curriculum with technology Required – teaching certificate or in the process of pursuing a certificate; background in computers; To apply or for more information, contact: Sr. James Ann, Principal, Holy Family School, Lloyd Ave. Florham Park, NJ 07932, Fax: 973-377-0273

CURRICULUM

DEVELOPMENT

Curriculum Implementation Facilitators and Instructional Technology Coordinator

Curriculum Implementation Facilitor and Instructional Technology Coordinator Mosaica Education seeks highly qualified and experienced educators for Curriculum Implementation Facilitor (CIF) in Wilmington, Delaware, Harrisburg, PA and Denver, Colorado and Instructional Technology Coordinator (ITC) in Jersey City, New Jersey, Wilmington, Delaware, Harrisburg, PA, and Denver, Colorado,. Qualifications: ITC position requires significant independent analysis and problem solving skills, as well as an in-depth working knowledge of diverse teaching strategies, technologies, and media. B.S. in Math, Science or Instructional Technology. Qualifications: CIF position requires Degree in Social Sciences, Arts or Humanities. Minimum of five years classroom experience (elementary preferred). Media Resource Specialist. Demonstrated mastery in a leadership position. Please submit letter of intent and resume via fax to 415-491-1309 or apply by e-mail at jobs@mosaicaeducation.com.

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Washington Reading Corps – VISTA Volunteer

Enjoy a year off in the Pacific Northwest by volunteering as a VISTA in the Washington Reading Corps. Earn a $4,725 education award to pay for qualifying future or past college expenses, plus a monthly living allowance of $700. Help coordinate a one-on-one volunteer reading program in an elementary school in sunny Yakima, Washington. Recruit and coordinate community volunteers. Training provided. Relocation reimbursement available. For complimentary questionnaire to help in your decision making, e-mail us and ask for the eschool questionnaire. Position starts 9/1/00 and lasts for one year, with performance-based option for renewing a second year. Transportation required. To apply or for more information, contact: Rita Pilgrim, Key Area Coordinator, Washington Reading Corps- YCSAC, 1211 S 7th St Yakima WA 98901, Fax: 509/575-4649 or eMail: readapil@aol.com

INSTRUCTIONAL

TECHNOLOGY

Director of Instructional Support Service (Director of Special Education)

Windsor Central Supervisory Union (WCSU) is seeking qualified applicants for Director of Instructional Support Services. WCSU is a K-12 school system comprised of eight school districts with approximately 1400 students. Candidates should possess strong fiscal and program management skills. Requirements also include excellent organization, flexibility, and knowledge of Federal and State laws. Applicant must be licensable as a Special Education Coodinator in the State of Vermont. Previous special education teaching and administrative experience preferred. Send resume to: Superintendent, Windsor Central Supervisory Union, 4962 Woodstock Road, Woodstock, VT 05091-4962,

Fax: (802) 457-2989

Instructional Strategies Specialist

IDE’s Instructional Strategies Specialists consult in client districts in order to bring about substantive change in the teaching and learning process. Using technology infusion as a catalyst for change, they aid teachers and administrators in shifting the traditional paradigm of teaching in order to create enriched learning experiences for students. At least five years teaching experience and a masters or doctoral degree is required for the current opening. As the position is that of a change agent, excellent interpersonal skills are a must. Contact: Katie Kashmanian, Director of K-12 Operations, IDE Corp. – Innovative Designs for Education, 120 North Central Avenue Suite 4 Ramsey, NJ 07446 Fax: 201.934.7332or eMail: ktkash@idecorp.com

Instructional Technology Specialist, NC

ITS provide staff development to help teachers integrate technology into the curriculum. ITS serve 3-6 schools. This is a teacher-level position with additional summer employment if desired. Application Deadline: July 1, 2000. To apply or for more information, contact: Nancy Sands, Director of Media and Instructional Technology, Davidson County Schools, PO Box 2057 Lexington, NC, Fax: 335 242 1485 or eMail: nsands@davidson.k12.nc.us

Technology Teacher – 50%

position at E. M. Yoder Elementary School, Mebane, NC. Qualifications: Applicants must hold or be qualified to hold at least the ‘A’ license issued by the State Department of Public Instruction, Raleigh, NC. The ‘A’ license must be based upon at least a Bachelors’ Degree in Education. Applicants are responsible for obtaining a NC teacher’s license and filing it with the Division of Personnel Management. Applicants still in teacher training should write to the Division of Teacher Licensure, State Department of Public Instruction, 301 North Wilmington Street, Raleigh, NC 27601, regarding their licensure to teach in the area of their application. Although North Carolina has reciprocity agreements with a number of states, PRAXIS scores are still required. Salary and Benefits: State teacher salary schedule, plus local supplement. Flexible benefit selection includes: Medical Spending Account; Day Care Spending Account; Dental Program; Cancer/Intensive Program; Disability Program; Term Life Insurance Program; Employee Assistance Program; Extensive Inservice Program. About Our System: The Alamance-Burlington School System is a new partnership born of the desire to join forces on behalf of children. The system will empower each student with skills, knowledge and character to graduate as a responsible member of our society by providing world-class education facilitated by superb educators, nurturing families and our diverse community. Serving over 20,000 students in 31 schools, our The Alamance Burlington School System does not discriminate in the employment, tenure, or promotion of employees based on the basis of sex, race, religion, age, national origin or disability. school system web site: http://www.abss.k12.nc.us Contact eMail: barbara_everett@abss.k12.nc.us

INTERNSHIPs

Computer Lab Supervisor, MO

Job involves supervising two computer labs during school hours. Applicant must be familiar with both Mac and Windows platform, be able to assist teachers and students, and have educational background. Applicant will need to become familiar with school software and uses. College students working on educational degree can apply. For more detailed information, contact Mary Lynn, Educational Technology Coordinator, Villa Duchesne, 801 South Spoede Rd St. Louis, MO 63131, villa@vdoh.orgApplication

IT MANAGEMENT/MIS

District Technology Manager, MI

Manage the maintenance of technology district-wide by coordinating the work of: – Building technology managers – District computer technician – Middle school computer technicians – Co-op students – Outsourcing companies – Serve as the network administrator for the school district’s Novell network – Be responsible for district web page server administration – Be responsible for district connection to the Internet – Be responsible for the district’s Intranet – Write employee evaluations – Assist in network design and project management Qualifications for District Technology Manager: – Solid knowledge of current computer networking and switching technologies – College degree in a computer related field required – Novell Certified Network Engineer (CNE) certification strongly preferred – 3 years supervisory experience strongly preferred – 3 years experience in network administration preferred – Computer repair experience preferred – Experience with both Macintosh and PC networks preferred – Experience with UNIX, Novell Netware, AppleShare and HP Openview preferred – Enterprise network experience with Intranets, Internet, electronic mail, web. Contact: Mr. Joseph E. Schmidt, Director, Human Resources, Midland Public Schools, 600 East Carpenter Street Midland, Michigan 48640 Fax: (517) 923-5003 eMail: hr@mps.k12.mi.us

Chief Information Officer (CIO)

Mosaica’s plan is for technology to support instruction and management across the enterprise. The CIO will be responsible for oversight and/or the implementation of the following:· The use of technology for instruction is one of the key operational features of all Mosaica schools. Each school maintains a local area network with over 150 computers and a T-1 Internet Connection.· Technology is utilized to plan, monitor, and assess instructional improvement linked to state standards.· Mosaica’s wide-area network houses and supports all of the instructional and management software.· The CIO will report to the Chief Operating Officer of the company. The CIO will be responsible for the leadership and direction of the Information Systems Department, including (but not limited to) the following: · Generating and continually updating the company’s technology plan.· Ensuring that the technology fulfills the requirements of the schools’ educational needs.· Forming technology partnerships/relationships with the vendors. Position is to be located in San Rafael, California or New York, NY. Minimum Qualifications: 5 years or more experience in the design, development and implementation of an information technology infrastructure (preferably in an educational environment).Please submit letter of intent and resume via fax to 415-491-1309 or apply by email at jobs@mosaicaeducation.com.

Admin Software/Network Specialist

Experienced network person to work with central office staff. Main responsibilities will be to maintain and troubleshoot network problems as well as PC hardware issues and software applications. Qualifications: Minimum education: Junior college or technical school 3-5 years experience in a network environment Experience in maintaining and troubleshooting a local area network Experience in implementing both canned and custom developed application software preferred Background in accounting preferred Budgetary experience in the field of education will be helpful. To apply or for more information, contact: Fran Pridgeon, Technology Coordinator, Baldwin County Board of Education, 1091 B Avenue Loxley, AL 36551, Fax: 334-972-6851, eMail: fpridgeon@bcbe.org

Technology Consultant

Assist schools in the planning and implementation of technology and related resources. TRC is a leading provider of technology to the K12 community and is looking for career professionals who understand the K12 marketplace. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of technology planning including project management and implementation. Excellent communication skills and the ability to generate business are essential components of success. This is an equity track position that could start out part-time. Please submit a resume and letter of introduction, along with a creative compensation proposal. All contacts will be held in strict confidence. eMail: resume@trconsulting.com

LIBRARIAN/

MEDIA SPECIALISTs

High School Librarian

The Fall Mountain Regional High School, NH has an opening for August 2000 for a certified school librarian (media generalist) to serve a student population of 700+ (Gr. 9-12) in a rural setting. Applicant should be comfortable with a library that serves as a center for many school activities. A strong knowledge of automated library systems and other information technology resources is a plus. Creativity, energy and people skills are important. Interested candidates must submit a resume, a copy of NH certification and 3 current letters of reference. To apply or for more information, contact: Terry Dimick, Principal, Fall Mountian Regional High School, RR1 Box 89 Alstead, NH 03602 Fax: 603-835-6254.

PRINCIPAL/

VICE PRINCIPALs

Middle/High School Principal

Middle/High School Director, Philadelphia, PA Qualifications: Masters Degree, minimum of 3 years successful administrative experience, minimum two years successful classroom teaching experience Responsibilities: ensure implementation of LearnNow, Inc.’s high academic standards and curricula in all classrooms, build an effort based school culture of high expectations, select and evaluate staff in accordance with LearnNow, Inc. standards, engage the active support of parents & community members, lead a staff analysis of student assessment to plan improvements in the educational program, administer school policies and issue reports to the Board of Trustees and to LearnNow, Inc., recommend a program of professional development for staff members designed to improve student achievement, Knowledge and Skills: experience implementing high academic standards in an urban academic setting, knowledge of flexible schooling, capacity to build school culture which mobilizes the effort of the students, knowledge of effective practices motivating students, knowledge of urban students and their families, capacity to facilitate groups to plan & make decisions, capacity to build relationships which foster the development of staff. Capacity to analyze data on student learning to identify needs for improvement in instruction, capacity to observe, evaluate and select effective teaching & teachers, skilled in oral and verbal communications, ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously while prioritizing projects and assignments, experience working under time pressure. To apply or for more information, contact: Ms. Holly Braid, Education Projects Manager, LearnNow, Inc., 80 Broad Street, Suite 2500 New York, NY 10004 Fax: 212-209-1205 or eMail: edcareers@lnschools.com

Middle School Principal

The Lebanon Community School Corporation is seeking an energetic, result-oriented, and innovative instructional leader to serve as the principal of the corporation’ s middle school. Lebanon Community School Corporation is located in Lebanon, Indiana. The city of Lebanon is located 25 miles north of Indianapolis. There are 3,300 students in four elementary schools, the middle school, and the high school. Lebanon Middle school state-of-the-art in design and houses 65 staff members and provides quality education to 800 students in grades 6 -8.

Minimum Qualifications: Unwavering commitment to providing the highest quality education for middle grades students Master’s Degree Two years of successful administrative experience Possesses or be eligible for an Indiana State Secondary or Middle Level Principals Certificate Knowledgeable in effective middle level educational practices and programs .Knowledgeable in computer skills necessary to utilize word processing and data base applications

Preferred Qualifications: Strong working knowledge of curriculum and differentiated instructional strategies for grades 6 though 8 Ability to prescribe and provide effective leadership in reading and instructional evaluation Prior experience with team-based management Desire to promote effective school and community relationships Compensation: The salary is competitive, based on and consummate with the applicant’s experience and educational background. A comprehensive fringe benefits package is also available. Interested applicants please send a letter of interest, resume’, certification data, three letters of reference, and college transcripts to: Lebanon Community School Corporation Attn. Middle School Principal Search 1810 N. Grant Str. Lebanon, Indiana 46052 Phone: 765-482-0380 Email: taylorb@leb.k12.in.us

Elementary School Principal

BCSD#61, located in the beautiful Sun Valley, Idaho recreation area, is seeking highly qualified candidates to fill the following administrative vacancy: Elementary Principal, 2000-2001 School Year Provides leadership, supervisory, and administrative skills so as to promote the educational development of each student. A Master’s degree or higher; evidence of successful teaching and /or administrative experience; and Idaho Administrator’s Certificate endorsed for Principal K-12(Establishes and maintains an effective learning climate in the school. Comprehensive benefit package. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The physical demands and work environment described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

PRINCIPAL/

VICE PRINCIPALs

The information contained in this job description is for compliance with the American with Disabilities Act (A.D.A) and is not an exhaustive list of the duties performed for this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Additional duties are performed by the individuals currently holding this position and additional duties may be assigned. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY To apply or for more information, contact: Jessica Gage or Patty Rice, Personnel and Payroll, Blaine County School District No. 61 Applications can be obtained from our website at:www.bcsd.k12.id.us

Chief Administrative Officer (CAO)

Mosaica Education, Inc. has immediate openings for CAOs and Teachers in Harrisburg, PA, Wilmington, DE and Denver, Colorado. Mosaica’s innovative charter schools emphasize strong basic skills, an inter-disciplinary curriculum and extensive use of technology (1:3 ratio of computers to students). The schools offer a safe and secure environment, a motivated teaching staff, an extended day and 200-day academic year, a high degree of accountability and no layers of bureaucracy. CAO Qualifications: Proven record of achievement, demonstrated instructional leadership, minimum 3 years of principal experience, Master’s degree or Ph.D. in educational administration or related. Teachers Qualifications: Exemplary teaching skills; experience in elementary school environment; ability to obtain certification in Michigan; excellent communications and computer skills. Please submit letter of intent and resume via fax to 860-669-5325 or apply by e-mail at jobs@mosaicaeducation.com.

SUPERINTENDENT/

ASSISTANT

SUPERINTENDENTs

Superintendent of Schools

Superintendent of Jefferson Township Local School District. A small rural district of 800 students outside Dayton, Ohio. Successful candidate must be of good moral character and be eligible for Ohio certification. Previous experience as a school superintendent would be a plus, but not required. Must be a good communicator and willing to become a part of the community. Interviewing will begin May 8, 2000. To apply or for more information, contact: Dr. Robert Lantz, County Superintendent, Montgomery County Educational Service Center, 451 West Third Street, Dayton, OH 45422-1040, Fax: 937.496.7426, eMail: mg_edadm@mdeca.org

COMPUTER TECHNICIANs

Technician

Imperial Software is a growing educational technology company, committed to the meaningful use of technology in schools. As part of our national support team, you will have the time and opportunity to learn new technologies and apply this learning in the field. This will not be a day-to-day support position that will require field service every day. You will definitely have time to learn, research, and experiment with new technology. While not on the road, you will be a part of a dedicated geography team, providing assistance where needed. In short, the workload will be a delicate balance between playing with new technology, supporting various national, and possibly international, school accounts and assisting local school accounts as part of a dedicated team. There is a significant amount of travel that is anticipated (upwards of 50% of the workweek may be on the road). In this position, you will work closely with technical practice leaders to ensure you have all the tools and knowledge necessary to work effectively in the field. By specializing in the selected technologies, we should be able to quickly and efficiently handle the impending technical work that is expected. Your local team responsibilities will vary depending on the needs of the team. The desired qualifications for this position include: –A strong desire to learn new technologies –Willingness to share learning via Peer Learning Groups –Must be able to work independently with little direction or supervision –A strong technical aptitude –Willingness to travel approximately 50% of the time –Strong oral and written communication skills. To apply or for more information, eMail: personnel@imperial-software.com

Computer Repair Technician

Must possess a high school diploma and extensive experience in the repair, installation, upgrading, and troubleshooting of Windows 95 and/or Macintosh OS microcomputers; or any equivalent combination of education and experience that would provide the noted knowledge, skills, and abilities. Vocational, technical, or college courses in computer theory and repair preferred. Experience with Macintosh hardware repair and OS desired. Network experience with TCP/IP and Windows NT desirable. Must possess a demonstrated knowledge of the practices, procedures, and techniques used in the repair and installation of microcomputer hardware and software. Must possess excellent skills and abilities in the repair, installation, upgrading, and troubleshooting of microcomputers, peripherals, and software. Must possess excellent organizational, record keeping, and customer relations skills. Must possess the ability to perform as a team member while working independently on multiple projects. Must possess a valid drivers license with a good driving record. Must possess the ability to package, lift, and move up to 50 lbs. of computer equipment. Interested individuals who meet all minimum qualifications should apply to the Human Resources Department, 12465 Warwick Boulevard, Newport News, Virginia 23606.Include a cover letter identifying the position title and number (#A00-08); a resume giving evidence that the minimum qualifications are met; and a list of three references (include names, addresses, home and work phone numbers). Applicants who do not submit the above listed information may not be considered for the position.

Computer Support Specialist, MA

The ideal candidate has excellent communication skills and patience, and a desire to help people achieve their goals through the use of computer technology. Additionally, the ideal candidate should have an excellent knowledge of the Mac OS (Systems 7.5 – 9.0) and a strong knowledge of the Win95/98 operating systems. They should be skilled in trouble-shooting these operating systems and their applications. In addition to assisting the various members of our community, this individual will be responsible for installation and maintenance of hardware and software, such as operating systems, storage devices, CDROMs, servers. Knowledge of Windows NT and FileMaker Pro is a plus, though not required. Candidates should have a high level of experience with the internet, search techniques, and some understanding of HTML to assist in the maintenance of Brookwood’s web site. He or she will be expected to act as co-administrator of our First Class Email server and Internet Proxy server. The Computer Support Technician is directly accountable to the Technology Director. Brookwood School is located about 35 minutes north of Boston, off Route

COMPUTER TECHNICIANs

127 in Manchester, just beyond West Beach in Beverly. It is an independent day school with 373 students and about 100 employees. It is a low-stress environment where people come first, and the love of learning is palpable. Benefits include medical and dental insurance, as well as a generous vacation schedule. Brookwoood has a 10BaseT Ethernet LAN running AppleTalk, IPX, TCP/IP protocols. Internet Access is via T1 service. There are 226 computers, about 200 of which are networked with Email and internet access. To apply, fax to Technology Director, Brookwood School, Fax: 978-526-9303 or eMail: DFodeman@Brookwood.edu

Technical Support Specialist

The Dalton School, located on the upper East side of Manhattan, isrecognizedas a model of progressive education and technology integration. It is a

coed,K-12 independent day school with 1290 students instructed by 200 professional staff members utilizing The Dalton Plan and the Dalton Technology Plan. Our school demonstrates its commitment to technology through The New Lab for Teaching and Learning, where Dalton’s team of technology professionals works with the faculty to create innovative pathways for the integration of new media resources into all aspec