Summary: Perform a variety of technical tasks and duties concerning the design, implementation, and maintenance of the district website and other web-based resources and applications. In conjunction, these tasks will be expected to be performed with a high level of social and intrapersonal skills as demonstrated through communication, teamwork, and collaboration. They will further be performed in a K-12 educational setting. Job responsibilities may be required to be carried out in school buildings, offices, classrooms, labs and designated instructional/learning areas.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Other duties may be assigned.
Design, develop, implement, and maintain custom web and database applications for internal and external use.
Performs regular updates of pages and servers to maintain timeliness of data and security.
Maintains direct channels of communication with the Director of Technology and Central Office administrators.
Receives input, feedback, and advice concerning the content and display of all web-based resources from the Director of Technology and Central Office administrators.
Review, spell-check, error check all web content prior to and after release to maintain high standard of quality.
Perform all day-to-day maintenance of web pages, assuring pages and changes are referenced in the major search engines and responding to e-mail about the pages.
Write structured, validated, and documented code for ease of maintenance so that the code can be read and understood by others.
Required to record and document all facets of the design and construction phases of district databases.
Required to keep current with web standards, regulations, programming languages, and developing tools in order to use the new features.
Provide regular status reports to Director of Technology.
Develop job-related planning goals and project task lists, and prioritize job/work requirements with a minimum of supervision.
Maintain appropriate maintenance and repair records and logs.
Provide appropriate technical advice and assistance to other district staff and students in support of curriculum, teaching and learning goals and objectives.
Perform other technology tasks and duties as assigned.
Maintain confidential information appropriately and exercise good judgment when communicating to the public.
Qualification Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and carry out assigned responsibilities satisfactorily.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
(Preferred) Have successfully completed at least four (4) years of college work in an appropriate technology degree field, or have proof of equivalent on-the-job experience in areas outlined above.
(Required) Have a working knowledge of basic and advanced web-based technologies. Be knowledgeable and proficient in the features and components of Microsoft Operating Systems and the Microsoft Office Professional Suites in a networked environment (or subsequent replacements applications). Have a working knowledge of common programming languages including, but not limited to, C+, Java, VB, HTML, and XML.
(Required) High school education and graduation diploma • (Preferred) College diploma from an accredited college or university with a degree in the field of computer science or equivalent.
(Preferred) Completed formal training and performed duties related to the A+ certification, Network Basics and Microsoft (MS) operating systems courses, or other equivalent training.
Certification and Licenses:
- Valid Illinois Driver’s license required since employee must provide own transportation to and from work and to various in-district job sites.
- Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical manuals, reference books, and policy/procedural guides. Ability to use the English language to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Application Process: Apply Online at www.district148.net
Reports to: Superintendent of Schools
Evaluation: Annually conducted by the Superintendent of Schools
Hours: 20 (Twenty) hours a week, days vary
Rate of Pay: Established by the Board of Education
Dolton/Riverdale School District