COMPUTER SCIENCE

Systems Programmer, AK

Performs Operating Systems generation for several mainframes and servers. Must have experience with one or more of the following Operating Systems: UNIX, NT or VAX-VMS. Familiarity with networks is also desired. Send resume to Bill McCormack, Director of Information Technology, Anchorage School District, 1602 Hillcrest Drive, Anchorage, AK 99517. Fax (907) 742-4644 or eMail: mccormack_bill@xmail.asd.k12.ak.us

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 Servante, American School in London, 2/8 Loudoun Road, London, NW8 0NP England or eMail: John_Servante@asl.org

Programmer, AK

Develops programs, revises existing programs and implements vendor software packages. Tests, debugs and documents programs. Maintains computer codes for applications supported by the data center. Prior programming experience is desired or at least two years of formal education in Computer Science which includes programming course work. Experience with UNIX Operating Systems and Informix database desireable. Demonstrated proficiency with C, C++ is preferred. Must possess high level technical, logic and analytical skills. Send resume to Bill McCormack, Director of Information Technology, Anchorage School District, 1602 Hillcrest Drive, Anchorage, AK 99517 fax (907) 742-4644 or eMail: mccormack_bill@xmail.asd.k12.ak.us

Faculty – Academic Support, MI

One individual is needed 4 to 6 hours a week from September to June to support integration of computer technology with the academic curriculum for students in grades 1-8 and their teachers. As a faculty member you will teach keyboarding, Microsoft Office and other educational software and use of the internet. Some system support. Candidates with experience teaching/training children are preferred. Independent, ISACS accredited school with a challenging academic program and emphasis on character education and humanities. Small class sizes. Flexible schedule. Competitive salary and benefits. There is a licensed Early Childhood Development Center on site for faculty with young children. Adjunct college professors, retired teachers, teachers on leave, are invited to apply. Students working on advanced degrees and college students with unqiue qualifications and experiences may apply. To apply or for more information, contact: Patricia Tibbetts, Head of School, The Japhet School, 31201 Dorchester Madison Heights, MI 48071, fax: 248-585-7367, or eMail japhet@bigplanet.com

INSTRUCTIONAL

TECHNOLOGY

Computer Teacher, CA

Small private school in Santa Barbara, CA seeks a teacher to provide computer skills instruction to children in grades K-4, and provide technical support to faculty/staff with Windows applications. Requires hardware/software installation and trouble-shooting skills, and experience in Windows NT Server Admin highly desirable. Fax or email cover letter and resume. Fax 805-682-2553. eMail: bremick@lagunablanca.org

Instructional Technology Specialist, FL

Saint Thomas Episcopal Parish School is a co-educational day school, grades preK-6, located in Coral Gables, Florida, which is part of the greater Miami metropolitan area. Saint Thomas is seeking an instructional technology specialist to assist a motivated staff with integrating technology into the curriculum. The successful candidate will work directly with teachers to plan projects that incorporate technology, concentrating on, but not limited to the lower grades (K-3). This person will also assist with staff development.

Our school operates in a windows environment, connected by a fast Ethernet network and T1 line to the Internet. Students in grades 4-6 use laptop computers. A technology team of three works closely together to support faculty and staff, and maintain a stable network environment. The successful candidate will join this team. Please contact: Leslie Nicodemus, Instructional Technology Specialist, Saint Thomas Episcopal Parish School, 5692 SW 88 St., Coral Gables, Florida 33156. FX (305) 669-9449 or email: hat2@mindspring.com

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.org

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

Systems Admin, CA

Private elementary school seeks hardware & network technician. Applicant must have understanding of MAC networks running OS 7.1 through 9.0, Appleshare IP 6.3 and Retrospect Backup system. Routine system maintenance and troubleshooting for 70 systems. Knowledge of DSL, focus boxes, hubs, switches, apple talk, USB, and ethernet is a necessity. Position is 15-20 hours per week. Experience is a necessity. Please fax resume to 510-656-3608. For more information, please contact Karen Aurelio, Resource Technologist, Saint Joseph School, 43222 Mission Blvd. Fremont, CA 94536.

LIBRARIANS/

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.

Library Support Assistant, IL

The Library Support Assistant (LSA) is responsible for performing computer-related troubleshooting, catalog data management services, and other software-related management to both the Schools’ libraries and their approximately 40 Macintosh computers. The LSA coordinates activities with the Information Systems group assists the library faculty and staff in establishing and maintaining effective computing operations. This is a 12-month position. Education: Bachelor’s Degree required; computing coursework required, library coursework preferred. Experience: Minimum one year troubleshooting/maintaining computers, academic setting/Mac platform preferred. Contact Dave Stafford, Associate Director, The University of Chicago Laboratory Schools, 1362 East 59th Street, Chicago IL 60637or dave@vertex.ucls.uchicago.edu

PRINCIPALS/

VICE PRINCIPALs

Elementary Principal, WY

Linford Elementary School (K-6) has 380 students. This is a 10-month (200 days) position. Candidates must be eligible for certification as an elementary principal. Please contact: Mike Bowman, Asst. Supt. for Personnel, Albany County School District One, 1948 Grand Ave., Laramie, WY 82070, Fax: 307-721-4408, or eMail: bowman@sage.ac1.k12.wy.us

Woodstock Elementary Principal, VT

Must respect children, have a sense of humor, excellent communication/listening skills, a thorough knowledge of curricula and teaching practices, consensus building, and employs informed approaches to supporting and evaluating staff. Must be visible in the school and classroom. Contact: Superintendent of Schools, Windsor Central Supervisory Union, 4962 Woodstock Road, Woodstock, VT 05091-4962 or mleonard@woodstockhs.k12.vt.us

Elementary Principal (K-5), OH

Requirements: Elementary Principal’s Certificate. Submit a letter of interest, resume and 3 reference letters to Dr. Darlene Duchene, Superintendent, Milton-Union Schools, 112 S. Spring St., West Milton, OH 45383 Fax: (937)698-6880.

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.

Elementary School Principal, VA

Position is responsible for the daily operation and administration of an assigned elementary school. Position is responsible for supervising staff, creating a safe environment, monitoring curriculum, budget development, and other duties associated with the successful operation of an elementary school. Must possess a Master’s degree. Must be eligible for a Virginia License in adminsitration and supervision (includes requirement of 3 years teaching experience). Must possess three years of successful administrative experience. Must psosess a comprehensive knowledge of the current issues, principles, and practices in public school elementary education and the ability to apply them to the needs of a school. Must possess knowledge and effective skills in curriculum development, instructional practices and budget development. Must possess the ability to adminster and manage the operation of an elementary school. Must possess the ability to plan and supervise the work of others. Must possess excellent communication skills. Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, staff, parents, and the public. Interested individuals who meet all minimum qualifications should apply to the Human Resources Department, 12465 Warwick Boulevard, Newport News, Virginia 23606, no later than June 9, 2000. Application materials received after the deadline will not be considered. Include a cover letter, identifying the position title and number (#A00-20); 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 TECHNICIANs

Technology Support Staff, KS

The job includes technical support for a school district in the areas of network management, desktop computer maintenance, communications maintenance, software support and some professional development instruction. Send resume: Assistant Superintendent, USD 470 – Arkansas City, 119 West Washington Avenue, Arkansas City, KS 67005 or email: lindap@arkcity.com

Hardware & Network Technician, CA

Private elementary school seeks hardware & network technician. Applicant must have understanding of MAC networks running OS 7.1 through 9.0, Appleshare IP 6.3 and Retrospect Backup system. Routine system maintenance and troubleshooting for 70 systems. Knowledge of DSL, focus boxes, hubs, switches, apple talk, USB, and ethernet is important. Position is 15-20 hours per week. Experience is a necessity. Please fax resume to 510-656-3608.

Technical Support Specialist, NY

Dalton seeks an experienced Technical Support Specialist to install, maintain, support, and repair Macintosh computers on a cross-platform network. Approximately 325 Macintosh computers are housed in 3 buildings located within a few blocks of one another. This individual is expected to respond effectively to hardware and software technical support requests from faculty and staff. Excellent interpersonal skills are important for success in this position. Network experience is a plus, as is some experience with PC computers.

The Technical Support Specialist is a 12-month position, reporting to the Director of Technology. Compensation is competitive. Dalton offers an attractive fringe benefit package including tuition reimbursement for professional study.

Please submit resume, salary requirements, and at least 3 references to: James Lerman, Director of Technology, New Laboratory for Teaching and Learning, The Dalton School, 108 East 89 Street, New York, New York 10128, Email: jim@dalton.org. The Dalton School is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Information Technology

Support Specialist, AL

Franklin Road Academy’s Tech. Department seeks an Information Technology Support Specialist to assist Dir. of Tech. in all areas of technology for a 900+ student K-12 campus located in Nashville, TN. Provide daily first line support for 450 computers, 12 servers running Mac, Windows, Linux & Novell operating systems. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with or demonstrate the ability to master the following areas. 1) Respond to and track all daily technical support calls 2) Check equipment and software problems 3) Reconnect lost network printer connections 4) Reconfigure lost network settings (IP addresses / Bindings) 5) Replace dead clock batteries 6) Reload bios settings 7) Move equipment being replaced (monitors, printers, CPUs) 8) Troubleshoot cabling problems 9) Upgrade, install, and track (for licensing) software 10) Help users find lost data 11) Transport broken equipment for local repair 12) Receive and distribute new equipment 13) Organize and perform equipment setup and configuration 14) Troubleshoot multimedia connectivity problems (projectors) 15) Track product pricing and availability 16) Schedule and perform regular maintenance for all network equipment 17) Maintain technology software and equipment inventory. For consideration, please contact: Mike McCabe, Director of Technology, Franklin Road Academy, 4700 Franklin Road, Nashville, TN 37220 http://www.frapanthers.com, e-mail: mccabem@frapanthers.com

Technology Support Technician, MO

Mary Institute and Saint Louis Country Day School (MICDS) seeks candidates for the position of Technology Support Technician. MICDS is one of the nation’s leading college preparatory schools, located in the St. Louis area since 1859. We have 1,200 students ranging from grades JK through 12 and about 240 faculty and staff. The person in this position with work with the rest of the Technology Services Department to support

COMPUTER TECHNICIANs

and enhance the technology on campus. The successful candidate will help both students and faculty to use technology effectively. The candidate should be experienced with troubleshooting hardware/software issues on both Windows and Macintosh platforms. He/she will also have demonstrated communication and organizational skills. Experience in help desk management is a plus. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. Qualified candidates should send a resume and include names, phone numbers and addresses of three references as well as a statement describing their interest in the position and position you are applying for to: Matt Skipton Director of Technology Services, MI MICDS, 101 North Warson Road Saint Louis, MO 63124 mskipton@micds.org No phone calls, please. MICDS is an equal opportunity employer.

TECHNOLOGY

COORDINATORs

Director-Technology and

Information Systems, CA

This position is a management position and has responsibility for planning, recommending, organizing, coordinating and directing the technology and information systems of the District. Supervise staff assigned to the Department; to serve as technical advisor to other District departments, schools, teachers and administrators regarding computer technology and information processing. Educ. & Exp: Any combination equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems or related field and five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in a complex computer systems environment, including LAN/WAN; user training and budget development. Knowledge of Windows, Novell and Easy Programs is desirable. Experience in a public school district is desirable. Charter Oak has an enrollment of approximately 6,500 students and is comprised of 8 school sites; 5 elementary schools, 1 intermediate school and 1 comprehensive and 1 continuation high school. The district serves a multi-ethnic population for part of Covina, Glendora, and San Dimas. Charter Oak USD is located 30 miles east of Los Angeles and is bounded on the north by majestic foothills. Nearby colleges and universities provide convenient professional growth opportunities and the mountains, desert and beaches are within a hour’s drive for family fun and recreation. Mailing Address: P.O. Box 9, Covina, CA 91723 or lgrigolla@cousd.k12.ca.us

Middle School Technology Coordinator

Leader for grades 5-8 technology integration. Mac based, hardware/software rich environment. Sound understanding of MS curriculum and technology particularly web skills both HTML and server side. Contact Technology Director, American School in London, 2/8 Loudoun Road, London NW8 0NP England, or John_Servente@ASL.org

TECHNOLOGY

COORDINATORs

Various positions

Many openings in a new school district,

administrative and teaching. Visit

www.rivendellschool.org for details. To apply or for more information, contact: Penny Randall, Administrative Assistant, Rivendell Interstate School District, Route 10 North Orford NH 03777, Phone: 603 353 2170, or eMail: rivendell@rivendellschool.org

Technology Coordinator, NJ

Technology Coordinator needed at a small independent day school in Short Hills, New Jersey, beginning July or September, 2000. Responsibilities would include: overseeing fiber optic network of approximately 35 computers, maintaining the School’s Website, managing technology budget, troubleshooting, working with teachers for staff development, possible teaching of small groups of students, and researching future directions for the School’s technology program. Desire to work in a school setting, effective communication skills, and ability to relate to teachers at varying levels of technological proficiency mandatory. Flexibility, resourcefulness, initiative, creativity, and a sense of humor desired. To apply or for more information, contact: Matthew A. Gould, Ph.D., Assistant Director/Head of Lower School, Far Brook School, 52 Great Hills Road Short Hills, NJ 07078, Fax: (973) 379-6740 or eMail: mgould@farbrook.org

WEB/INTERNET

TEACHERs

Computer Teacher, CA

Small private school in Santa Barbara, CA seeks a teacher to provide computer skills instruction to children in grades K-4, and provide technical support to faculty/staff with Windows applications. Requires hardware/software installation and trouble-shooting skills, and experience in Windows NT Server Admin highly desirable. Fax or email cover letter and resume. Fax 805-682-2553. eMail: bremick@lagunablanca.org

Associate Editor –

Education and Reference, IL

Want to make a difference? So do we. If you’re looking for a dynamic, supportive and fun environment to call “work,” we’d love to talk. Get in on the ground floor of an exciting new media company that will change the way people find education and reference information on the Web. Forget the status quo. Meet the Spots.

StartSpot.com is a rapidly growing network of award-winning vertical portals that provides visitors with the best category-specific information across the Web in an enjoyable and easy-to-use format. Associate editors will conceptualize, report, edit and produce content for the Education and Reference suite of sites in the StartSpot.com Network. Put your creativity to work developing new sites, supervising freelancers, researching and reporting on subjects that interest you. Other responsibilities will include overseeing the editorial calendar, managing relationships with editorial advisory board members, editing site newsletters and evaluating potential content partners.

We’re looking for enthusiastic, highly motivated individuals who work well independently and as part of a team. Strong research, editing and writing skills are a must. Candidates should have a passion for the end user experience, an eye for relevancy, outstanding organizational skills, the ability to manage multiple projects at once and relevant work or internship experience. Knowledge of HTML is a plus. Interested? Send a cover letter, resume, clips and/or URLs of sites to Lauren Zollinger at lauren@startspot.com or to StartSpot Mediaworks, Attn: Human Resources, 1840 Oak Avenue, Evanston, IL 60201. No phone calls please.

Technology Teacher, CA

Chadwick School, a K-12, independent school located in Palos Verdes, California, is seeking applicants for a technology teacher, whose primary role would be to work with faculty on integration of technology and the curriculum. The Job Description is available at: http://www.chadwick-k12.com/Jobs/asst_dir_comp_ed.htm. Interested candidates should email with attached resume.

Techology Teacher, NY

Technology Teacher position available at Geneva High School, 9/1/00. Recently renovated state of the art labs include CAD, Robotics and supports pre-engineering program. Send letter of interest, detailed resume, copy of certification and credentials to Carole B. Huether, Asst. to Supt. for HR, 649 S. Exchange Street, Geneva, NY 14456 EOE

Web Master, VA

Position is responsible for planning, developing, and managing the school division’s Intranet and Internet web sites to effectively present the school division’s message. Position uses Internet and scripting languages and creates graphical designs. Position works closely with all support departments and provides guidance, training, and assistance to school-based personnel who maintain or build school-specific web sites. Position defines the standards for web site appearance, structure and content aging. Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, graphics communication, or a related field and considerable experience with web site design and maintenance; or any equivalent combination of education and experience that would provide the noted knowledge, skills, and abilities. Extensive experience wtih web site design and maintenance may substitute for college degree. Must possess experience with HTML, complex tables, frames, Explorer, and multiple web development programs (i.e. Netscape, Composer). Experience with, and the ability to utilize, Java, JavaScript, CGI, Perl, C++, or Visual Basic preferred. Must possess an advanced working knowledge of current web technologies and programming. Must possess the ability to convert existing data to web format. Must possess the ability to produce interactive browser-enabled databases. Must possess the ability to manage several projects simultaneously. Must possess excellent creativity and graphic design skills and the ability to turn artistic concepts into functioning web pages. Must possess excellent communication, customer service, and organizational skills. Interested individuals who meet all minimum qualifications should apply to the Human Resources Department, 12465 Warwick Boulevard, Newport News, Virginia 23606. Position will remain open until filled. Include a cover letter identifying the position title and number (#A00-21); a resume giving evidence that the minimum qualifications are met; and a lsit 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.

OTHER

Education Technology Specialist

ATLAS in the Middle: Taking AIM at Middle-Grades Results is a five-year research and demonstration project funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement. The purpose of Taking AIM is to design, test, refine, and disseminate a new model for comprehensive school reform at the middle-grades level. Taking AIM builds on ATLAS Communities, a successful framework for comprehensive school reform across the K-12 pathway. The ATLAS model has been implemented successfully in more than 100 schools across the country.

The Center for Family, School, and Community is seeking a full-time education technology specialist to participate in the development and maintenance of a large-scale web site for a new five-year project dealing with middle-grades reform. Responsibilities will include creating and mounting web pages, developing and maintaining a database of web resources, implementing online discussions and workshops, and developing and maintaining listserv mail lists and Hypermail archives.

A qualified candidate will have knowledge of education issues. In addition, the candidate will have competency in general World Wide Web design and development, on-line conferencing, and database technology. Strong web searching, writing, and editing skills are important. A background in middle-grades education would be highly desirable, but not necessary. Contact: Meg Manderson, Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC), 55 Chapel St., Newton, MA 02458-1060, Phone: 617-969-7100 Ext.: 2173, eMail: mmanderson@edc.org

Northeast Regional Director

Challenger Center for Space Science Education is a global not-for-profit education organization created in 1986 by the families of the astronauts tragically lost during the last flight of the Challenger space Shuttle. Dedicated to the educational spirit of that mission, Challenger Center develops Learning Centers and other educational programs worldwide to continue the mission to engage students in science and math education.

Challenger Center seeks a Regional Director to take on the sales, development, and marketing of Challenger Learning Centers and Challenger Center’s other educational programs, products, and services in communities throughout the Northeast and Northern Mid-Western states. Requirements include:

1. Proven and demonstrable results in developing, creating or serving local nonprofit organizations, preferably education-oriented; 2. Extensive experience in the K-12 education and curriculum development marketingplace; and 3. A 4-year degree preferably in business, marketing or related field.

Extensive travel required. Remote small office/home office inside the territory is preferred.

We offer a one-of-a-kind employment experience with a competitive salary, incentive, and benefits package. For more information, click to www.challenger.org. To apply, please send resume to Challenger Center, Attn: SJ/RD, 1250 N. Pitt Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 by FAX (703) 683-7546 or email sjastrzab@challenger.org. EOE.

Bertie County School System

The Bertie County School System has the following position vacancies for the 2000/2001 school year:

Elementary Education (K-5)

Middle Grades (6-8)

Special Education Counselors

For additional information, contact Norman Cherry, Recruitment Specialist (252) 794-6018 or eMail cherryn.bco@bertieschools.com

Racine Unified School District

The Racine Unified School District wishes to list the following VACANCY:

High School (9-12) Special Education

Emotionally Disturbed

Effective: 1999-2000 School Year. Send letter of interest and resume to: Ms. J. Pinkston Lawson, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources, 2220 Northwestern Ave., Racine, WI 53404