Job Opportunity: Technology Facilitator for Charles County Public Schools Science Center
The Technology Facilitator’s primary focus will be educational program development as well as keeping Science on a Sphere and The Digital Classroom systems running smoothly.
The Facilitator will stay in close contact with the support team of NOAA and Evans and Sutherland, monitor the systems, stay relevant on upgrades and have an intricate role in script production.
- Position requires a Bachelor’s Degree, including coursework in multimedia, programming, computer science or equivalent;
- 5 years of technically progressive work experience with information networks in an educational setting or related field;
- Knowledge and experience with visualization and projection systems;
- Knowledge of multi-media production skills;
- Knowledge of configuring Novell Netware, Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Windows Workstation;
- Extensive knowledge of the methods, hardware, software and practices of the data processing technology;
- Possesses excellent verbal, written language skills and human relations skills.
Essential Job Functions
- Design educational programs incorporating Science on a Sphere and/or The Digital Classroom;
- Collaborate with the resource teachers to select and compile proper scenes and background music;
- Responsible for installation, maintenance, operation, repair and modification of equipment, projectors and auxiliary instruments, audio video equipment, etc., used in the Digital Classroom and Science on a Sphere;
- Install, configure, repair, troubleshoot and maintain security of data communications, computer hardware and software;
- Coordinate events with administrative staff and ensure equipment is functioning properly prior to events;
- Maintain accurate equipment inventory;
- Maintain an equipment budget;
- Regular attendance. Required availability on weekends and evenings with flexible schedule;
- Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Science Center.
Salary: $63,051 - $87,998.
Read more and apply at Charles County Public Schools' website.
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