Technology Integration Specialist

Bayfield, Wisconsin (US)
Hourly Wage - $24.00 to $26.50
Oct 05, 2020
Job Type
Full Time


Technology Integration Specialist
Full-time | Year Round position

Position Summary

 The Technology Integration Specialist (TIS) promotes the use of technologies to support student achievement in the PK-12 classrooms as well as conducts analyses of network and computer systems. The TIS develops and offers district-wide instructional technology education for teachers and administrative staff and provides instructional staff with the essential support needed to complete technology-based instructional management and productivity functions. 


  • Professional development experience educating teachers or other adults in the integration of technology for instruction.
  • Experience in network and computer program analyses based on user needs.
  • Experience with Infinite Campus, Wisedash, Canvas.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the public school and state of Wisconsin Assessments and best practice instructional strategies, preferred.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the process and methods used in implementing instructional technology plans, preferred.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of new computers, video, communication, web-based technologies, curriculum design, and working knowledge of instructional design and assessments, preferred.
  • Demonstrate the ability to design and deliver technology-enhanced instruction.


Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with teachers to compose useful technology-infused, content-based lessons and support as they implement the lessons in their classrooms.
  • Provides assistance and training to instructional staff in the integration of technology to support student achievement. This includes planning and implementing training and workshops for individuals, small groups, and large groups. Collaborates in the evaluation, selection and implementation of instructional technology materials and software.
  • Create documentation for users, test software systems, and design ways of using our software.
  • Serves as backup for District IT Director when he/she is out of the building. 
  • Support District IT Director preparing student devices for the school year.



  • Demonstrated expertise in the use of technology to support instruction, preferred.
  • Formal training (courses, workshops, conferences) in the use and implementation of technology in a school setting.
  • Successful experience training others and serving as a resource in the use of technology.
  • Software troubleshooting experience.


  • Uses standard office equipment such as personal computer, scanner, copy machine, fax machine, telephone and hand held devices.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Knowledge of PC and Mac hardware and software.
  • Knowledge of sound practices in network troubleshooting.
  • Ability to develop training and train employees and lead them through changes in procedures, etc.
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of individuals.

Physical and Mental Demands, Work Hazards

  • Works in standard office building environments.