Saint Xavier High School is seeking a candidate for its Assistant Director of Information Technology position. This position will report to the Director of Information Technology and assist in all responsibilities as needed. This is a full-time, 12-month position with an expected start date of June 3, 2019.
Serve as the lead in the management of the 1:1 iPad program.
Provide technical support for students and staff.
Assist in the management of computer networks, including infrastructure, operation, security, and filtering.
Assist in the purchase, configuration and upkeep of all computer hardware and peripherals.
Assist in the management of user accounts including creation, modification, and proper use.
Assist in the management of email domains.
Assist in the planning, purchasing, configuration and upkeep of hardware and software.
Assist in the management of all databases used by students and staff.
Assist in the management of backup and storage of data and systems.
Assist in the management of the school’s VoIP telephone system and infrastructure.
Other duties as may be assignment by the IT Director or higher authority.
Ability to coordinate and manage multiple tasks with attention to detail, prioritization, and organization.
Willingness to learn new skills, be flexible, and adapt to schedule and/ or responsibility changes.
Adhere to confidentiality requirements.
Maintain a respectful relationship with employees and students.
Be a leader in the area of staff and student training and development.
Ability to operate as part of a team.
Saint Xavier High School is an equal opportunity employer and encourages persons of diverse backgrounds to apply.
About Saint Xavier High School
Saint Xavier High School is a private, Catholic high school in Louisville, Kentucky, sponsored by the Xaverian Brothers. Serving young men in grades 9-12, Saint Xavier has established itself as a premier academic and athletic power in the region. Located on 54 acres in the heart of Louisville, Saint Xavier is easily accessible from I-64, I-65, I-71, I-265 and I-264. The student population for 2017-18 is represented by 96 grade schools/middle schools in 14 counties (including 3 in Indiana) and 65 zip codes.