- An undergraduate degree in computer science/related field of study or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Thorough understanding of a wide range of hardware, software, and network topologies and
- Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot a wide variety of network hardware and
- Experience operating Cisco, Windows, VMware, Virtual Desktop, and Google
- Advanced knowledge of switches, routers, firewalls, servers, load balancing, VoIP, and digital security.
- Expertise in DNS, DHCP, NAT, VPNs, VLANs, TCP/IP routing and configuration in wired and wireless networks
- Experience in the design, maintenance, and troubleshooting of voice, data, and video
- Demonstrated ability to properly prioritize numerous requests/projects and align the requestor’s expectation with the IT department’s resources.
- Demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to work independently, efficiently, and effectively under flexible scheduling and, at times, emergency conditions, including demanding time
- Ability to follow established processes and procedural guidelines
- Strong network documentation
- Ability to lift technology equipment as needed to perform the function of the job.
- Ability to communicate effectively with others, work cooperatively with others, and accept direction from supervisors and
- Prior experience in working with students and educators in the technology
- Valid driver’s license and the use of a personal
- Minimum three years’ experience supporting network operations, preferably in a K-12
- Certifications and/or training that support district technology services
- Such other qualifications of academic, professional, and personal excellence as the Sayreville Board of Education may
MONITORS AND DIRECTS:
Functional monitoring and direction may be exercised over management, technical and professional support staff.
Provide the technical expertise and leadership skills necessary for the operation of the school district network infrastructure to ensure the integration, installation, maintenance, and security of network equipment, LANs and WANs, telecommunications systems and services, and other technology systems for the district
- Install, configure, manage, and maintain the district telecommunications and video conferencing
- Install, configure, manage, maintain, and secure the district network
- Maximize network performance by monitoring network activity, troubleshooting loss of performance and outages, and scheduled upgrades of network hardware and services.
- Install, configure, manage, and maintain the district server
- Configure, manage, maintain, and secure the district email
- Oversee the creation of district user accounts to technology systems, implementing account issuance protocols and procedures that are conducive to secure
- Design, implement, manage, and maintain effective system and data backup
- Participate in the development, implementation, installation, and maintenance of technology systems to maintain and produce required information to the
- Assist in the activities necessary to ensure the procurement of computer hardware and software to ensure that the technology requirements of the district are
- Assist in maintaining software and hardware inventories, licensing, warranties, purchasing, support partnerships, and shared
- Manage and maintain routing tables and IP addressing
- Manage and maintain NAT, firewall, and intrusion detection/prevention rules and
- Manage, monitor, and maintain district antimalware services, investigating and remediating any detected
- Make recommendations for changes and upgrades in the area of
- Work with vendors for the implementation of new technology and services, as well as the maintenance of existing technology and
- Participate in the technology department’s support services and resolve escalated issues, if
- Provide help desk support when needed to supplement technology support services at the building
- Assist in the development of district-wide and building level technology projects and
- Follow district policies and procedures relative to the use of public funds and
- Maintain consistent lines of communication with the Director of Technology, making him/her aware of existing and potential problems.
- Assist staff to diagnose and solve computer equipment problems.
- Mentor and assist district technology staff in identifying and troubleshooting network
- Manage the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of network and technology system resources and
- Provide assistance to the district webmaster and web assistants as
- Protect confidentiality of records and information about staff and
- Ensure maximum uptime of all district technology systems and remediate any system or service
- Remain current with technology by attending conferences and reading journals and other
- Assist in the development, implementation, and maintenance of the district technology
- Assist in the development, implementation, and maintenance of the district cyber security, data breach, risk mitigation, disaster recovery, and cyber incident response plans.
- Provide training to other technology department members on technology systems, policies, and procedures, and best
- Develop training documentation for district technology users and technology department
- Display ethical and professional behavior in working with students, parents, school personnel, and outside agencies associated with the
- Performs other duties which may be within the scope of his/her employment and certification(s) as may be assigned by the Superintendent of Schools.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Twelve months per year.