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

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

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

EMINTS Instructional Program Leader

MOREnet, department of University Missouri System seeks FT professional for eMINTS-integrating technology into Missouri’s K-12 classroom program. (ABD) Education, K-8 teaching certification, 3+ years classroom teaching, experience- multimedia, instructional technologies, knowledge of inquiry-based and cooperative learning methodologies, possess the ability to provide vision, leadership and strategic direction for the eMINTS Program.

www.more.net/employment/

Submit application:

University of Missouri

Human Resource Services (MU)

130 Heinkel Bldg., 201 S. 7th Street

Columbia, MO 65211-1340

http://www.missouri.edu/~hrswww/hrsmu.html

AA/EOE

ADA accommodations, call (573) 882-7976

TTY users, 1-800-735-2966

CURRICULUM

DEVELOPMENT

Curriculum Consultant, MN

We are looking for a Curriculum Consultant to work in our Shoreview office. This position is in the education industry with an initial focus at the elementary school level.

The job will involve working with K-6 grade teachers, curriculum and technology coordinators, administrators, and other school staff to integrate technology into their curriculum. As a consultant, you will be responsible for understanding the needs of the school, making recommendations and advising methods for integration. Responsibilities will include:

* Researching methods, tools, and strategies for integrating technology into the curriculum across multiple disciplines.

* Analyzing and evaluating a school’s curriculum in terms of technology.

* Presenting workshops and sessions on using technology to enhance curriculum.

* Making recommendations to school and district level curriculum councils.

* Monitoring national and state curriculum standards.

The consultant will also work alongside Vivid Education’s web developers to enhance the curriculum integration section of our interface designed to help schools with every aspect of technology integration.

Required Skills:

* Experience in the education market with an understanding of school systems and functions.

* Familiarity and high comfort level with technology.

* Understanding of national and state curriculum standards.

* Ability to dynamically facilitate and present to groups.

* Curriculum building experience.

Candidates must be willing to work in a fast-paced startup environment. They must have strong communication skills and the ability to work in teams. Interested individuals, please email: jobs@vivED.com

it MANAGEMENT / mis

Director of Information Systems, MI

Holt Public Schools in Holt, MI is hiring for the position of Director of Information Systems. The salary range is from $66,172-$75,927. For complete information, please visit http://holt.k12.mi.us/jobs/isdir.html, call (517) 694-0401, or write to: Human Resources, Holt Public Schools, 4610 Spahr Ave, Holt, MI 48842.

Technical Systems Manager, WA

Plan, implement and upgrade district-wide instructional and administrative computing, networking and telecommunication resources. These include high-end servers, desktop computers, telephones, audio/video equipment, wide-area local-area networks. Salary $61,779-$70,138 DOE Contact Kent School District (253) 373-7201 EOE

IT MANAGEMENT / MIS

Director of Information Technology, MA

Independent elementary/middle school seeks technology specialist to lead existing staff, define and implement technology vision supporting our school mission. Must be hands-on type with Mac, PC and computer network skills Very good organizational and communication skills with experience in an educational setting. Fax resume and cover letter to John Waters, Head, The Pike School. FAX 978-470-3528. or call 978-475-1197 x 208.

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, NH

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 Mountain 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’s Position (k-5), IN

Union Township School Corporation is seeking qualified applicants for an elementary school principal position for the 2000-2001 school year. Union Center Elementary School has an enrollment of approximately 390 students in a predominately rural areas. The principal will be required to provide strong instructional, curricular, and management leadership in a Nationally Recognized Blue Ribbon School.

Contact: Dr. E. Ric Frataccia, Superintendent

Union Township School Corporation

108 6th Street, P.O. 246

Wheeler, Indiana

rfratacc@union.k12.in.us

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.

computer

TECHNICIANS

Information Technology Specialist IV, CA

Three years experience in information technology systems support services; networking computer hardware and software. Network configuration. Internet and Intra net. Web, mail and FTP systems. Computer systems installation maintenance and operations. Technical support. Novell, Windows NT. Full-time 12 month position for small northern California school district in beautiful redwood seaside community. Most affordable housing in the state of California.

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

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

NETWORK SPECIALIST, OR

Ability to maintain, manage, and continue to develop the district Network Intranet System; experience with Novell and NT servers (MS Proxy Server, Novonyx Email Server, Access and SQL Server, and Web Server), and web filtering and web design; ability to provide desktop support and trouble shooting; capability of training students and staff with a positive team attitude; ability to adjust to a flexible schedule. Interested individuals, please contact: Priscilla Schmidt, Silver Falls School District, “210 East C St., Silverton, OR 97381 or email:

schmidt_priscilla@silverfalls.k12.or.us

Director of Technology, CA

Have overall responsibility for the oversight and coordination of all District technology plans, including the Wide Area Networks and Local Area Networks. Supervise and evaluate the technology technicians. $55,000 plus, depending on experience. Please contact David Kopperund, Director of Personnel and Pupil Services, Washington Unified School District, 930 West Acres Road, West Sacramento, CA 95691, or fax resume to (916) 375-7629.

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

Assistant Director of Instructional

Technology: Chadwick School, CA

The Assistant Director of Instructional Technology will provide positive and aggressive leadership and vision regarding the use of technology and its integration into the curriculum. Reports to Director of Technology.

Minimum Qualifications:

* Knowledge of elementary school curricula and teaching methodologies

* Ability to teach children and adults effectively

* Ability to teach a range of educational software (e.g. KidPix, HyperStudio, MathBlaster)

* Familiarity with, and basic trouble shooting and service skills for, Window and Mac platforms

* Ability to conduct research both online and using traditional methods

* Ability to communicate well both orally and in writing

* Practical knowledge of scanners, digital cameras, data projectors, CDburners, etc.

* Ability to teach Internet skills

Education and Experience:

Bachelor’s Degree; Teaching Credential desired, but not required; Successful teaching experience

Chadwick School is an independent, K-12, college preparatory day school located in Palos Verdes, California, and is an equal opportunity

employer Visit our web site at: http://www.chadwick-k12.com

E-mail resume to:

john.nordquist@chadwick-k12.com

Various positions, NH

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

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY TEACHER, IL

Deliver district curriculum using a variety of strategies to accommodate multiple intelligences. Assist students in the successful completion of course requirements. Qualified to teach Business Math, Computer Programming using Visual Studio, Basic Computer Electronics and Basic Network Design. Illinois Type 09 certification in business and computers.

Send letter of interest and resume to Round Lake Area Schools, Attn; Carole Braun, Personnel 316 South Rosedale Ct. Round Lake IL 60073: Fax 847-546-3538: e-mail to cbraun@RLAS-116.org.

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 trou

web / internet

teachers

ble-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

Technology Teacher, NY

Technology Teacher position available at Geneva High School. 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

other

Program Associate, IL

The North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL) serves seven states and is one of ten federally supported education research and development laboratories in the country.

The Program Associate will facilitate development of learning communities, and provide professional development regarding learning with technology for state education agencies, intermediate service agencies, and schools. Also you will design, plan, develop, implement and evaluate programs; give presentations and disseminate information at conferences and other strategic events in 7 states. Master’s degree required, doctorate preferred in leadership/professional development. Teaching and professional development experience required. Experience with distance learning technologies including the Internet is essential. Travel required.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume references, writing sample and salary history to: Human Resources, Job Code: NCRTEC, NCREL, 1900 Spring Road, Suite 300, Oak Brook, IL 60523, or Fax: 630-571-4716. Check us out on the Web at www.ncrel.org. EOE

School Psychologist, ID

Blaine county School District located in the resort area of Sun Valley, Idaho is looking for a School Psychologist. For more information email: jgage@district.bcsd.k12.id.us, call (208) 788-2296 or visit our website at: www.bcsd.k12.id.us

Music Teacher

Band teacher and elementary music teachers needed for Mat-Su Borough School District in Palmer, AK. A type A teaching certificate is required for this position. Please mail resume to Marilyn Feiier, Mat-Su Borough School District, 125 West Evergreen Ave, Palmer, AK, 99645 or eMail: mfeiier@msb.mat-su.k12.ak.us

Bunker R-III School District, MO

will be accepting applications of qualified

candidates for the following positions for the 2000-2001 school year:

7-12 Industrial Arts

Speech Implementor or Speech Pathologist

High School Boys Basketball, Assistant Boys Baseball

High School English/Spanish or French

K-12 Special Education-Mild/Moderate Cross Categorical

Classroom aide/teacher assistant

Jonnie R. Kirkland, Superintendent

Bunker R-III School District

P.O. Box 365

Bunker, MO 63629

573-689-2507

fhj003@mail.connect.more.net

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

Bertie County School System

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