Technology Manager

Pleasant Valley School District

The Pleasant Valley School District is seeking an innovative and collaborative Technology Manager to oversee its Technology Department.  


Primary responsibilities include:

  • Plans, organizes and manages the day-to-day operations and services of the district’s Technology Department; analyzes and evaluates district-wide technology needs; provides recommendations and assists in developing long-range plans regarding improvement and modernization of the district’s hardware, software, databases, networks, communication systems, and applications.
  • Collaborates with instructional and administrative staff to determine district-wide technology needs; recommends and implements new and innovative technology with the goal of enhancing and streamlining operations and accelerating student achievement.
  • Coordinates and performs installation and testing of new systems, features, and/or updates; develops and utilizes test data and evaluates and reports on results; assists and provides support to technology staff.
  • Trains, assigns work and projects, and provides direction to assigned personnel; supervises and evaluates performance of assigned personnel; determines work priorities. 


Education and Experience Requirements:

Any combination equivalent to sufficient experience, training and/or education to demonstrate the knowledge and abilities listed above.  Typically, this would be gained through:  a bachelor’s degree in computer technology or related field and four years of increasingly responsible experience in the maintenance, operation, and analysis of information technology hardware and software.  Experience with technology in an instructional environment and lead/supervisory experience are desired. A valid California driver’s license is required.


Please visit our website at to obtain application materials.  Filing deadline is 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 19, 2017.  


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