Hours per week: 37.5
Key responsibilities / day-to-day job functions
- Oversee instruction of PK – Grade 8 students in accordance with the Diocese of Raleigh Information and Technology curriculum standards (https://dioceseofraleigh.org/catholic-schools/standards-and-instruction)
- Oversee media center including collection evaluation, development, acquisitions, and cataloging, as well as online and print subscriptions maintenance
- Provide vision and leadership in collaboration with Administration for media and technology-related strategic planning, budgeting, purchasing, professional learning, and program development and implementation
- Facilitate professional learning opportunities to support faculty in best practices for blended learning, technology instruction and integration, and the use of available media and technologies
- Manage group acceptable use policies, logins, filtering software, and permissions for user accounts
- Troubleshoot, prioritize, and provide hardware/software tech support to faculty, staff, and students which includes a 1:1 laptop/Chromebook program for Grades 3 – 8
- Serve as point of contact for all network-related infrastructure
- Collaborate with and delegate appropriate support tasks to the Media and Technology Teacher Assistant
- Assist with maintenance and update of school webpage and social media accounts
- Perform other duties as assigned by Administration
- Minimum level of Education: Bachelor’s degree, or higher, in Education, Media and/or Instructional Technology, or a similar field which provides the candidate with considerable knowledge of library media terminology and appropriate uses of media and technology to enhance instruction and achievement, as well as considerable knowledge of the current literature, trends, methods and developments in the area of media and instructional technology.
- Minimum amount of Work Experience
- Years of related work experience: 3+
- Area of related work experience
- NC Media Coordinator Licensure (076)
- Advanced degrees and certifications in related field(s)
- Working knowledge of technology infrastructure and devices
Parish or school background information
Since its founding in 1909, Cathedral School has played a dynamic role in the North Carolina educational community. It was the first school in North Carolina to educate Native American children. It was also the first Catholic School to integrate when high school students from St. Monica’s School began attending Cathedral School in the 1950’s. Even today, Cathedral School is recognized as the hallmark of ethnic and racial diversity among Raleigh’s private schools.
In addition to its commitment to cultural and ethnic diversity, Cathedral School continues to maintain a valued tradition of academic excellence. Faculty and staff are dedicated to providing a challenging, yet positive, learning environment to support the academic, technological, and social preparedness to each of their 230+ students in Grades PK - 8.