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District Info Technologist

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Full Time
9 days ago
Salary
32.91 per hour

DISTRICT INFO TECHNOLOGIST


JOB FUNCTION:
- Reports directly to the Director of Information Technology, or designate;
- Installs and maintains computer hardware and software for a multi-site School District, within District technical standards;
- Administration and maintenance of all assigned School District on Premise and Cloud solutions;
- Administration and maintenance of all wired and wireless School District Networks;
- Ensure security standards are developed, implemented and adhered to;
- Ensure privacy laws, regulations, procedures and policies are adhere to;
- Create and maintain documentation for IT operations and users;
- Provide Service Desk support and training services to staff, students and parents as directed;
- Stay up to date with IT industry trends, risks and practices, and make recommendations for improvements;
- Assist in incident response as directed;
- Work with procurement and vendors as directed;
- Other related duties as directed.


QUALIFICATIONS:
- A degree or diploma in an Information Technology field;
- 3 plus years of working experience within a complex network environments;
- Possess extensive experience managing Windows 10 devices;
- Demonstrated strong working knowledge of Office 365;
- Experience resolving workstation hardware and software issues;
- Extensive experience managing Active Directory;
- Hands-on experience with computer networks, network administration and network installation;
- ChromeBooks management is considered an asset;
- Experience managing Exchange Email System, SharePoint and Teams experience considered an asset;
- Microsoft Certification in Office 365 or Azure considered an asset;
- My Ed BC, Avaya Voice mail and Linux experience considered an asset;
- A valid BC driver's license is required and the ability to independently travel to various sites;
- A positive attitude towards learners of all ages;
- Strong verbal and written communication skills;
- Excellent time management skills and problem solving skills, along with the ability to be self-directed, and meet deadlines and department project milestones;
- Ability to work effectively with school and site-based teams, consultants and resource personnel (business partnerships and outsourcing);
- Commitment to continuous improvement, staying current regarding the required IT job skills and technological changes;
- A combination of technical and interpersonal skills is essential;
- The ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions.


Additional Information:
- 40 hours per week, Monday - Friday, 8 hours per day
- New Westminster Schools is committed to the principles of inclusion and equity and invites any applicant in need of specific consideration when applying to bring such need to the attention of Mr. Robert Weston - Executive Director of Human Resources, by email to rweston@sd40.bc.ca or telephone 604-517-6346


Category
Information Technology