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New Frontiers Public Schools, Inc. Job posting 40388
4018 South Presa, SAN ANTONIO, Texas, 78223 Job posted as of Apr 19, 2017 until Until Filled
Mission:  New Frontiers Charter School is dedicated to educating and growing our students and their character.  By compassionately reaching out to people in our own community, we give students a sense of pride and purpose, inspiring them to become tomorrow's leaders.

Vision:  To be the school of choice in the minds of the people in our community and those that extend beyond it.  To be recognized by the city at large as the institution that cares just as much about enriching the community as providing educational excellence to our students.

Job Title
Instructional Technology Specialist
District Name
New Frontiers Public Schools, Inc.
Posted on
Apr 19, 2017
Expiry Date
Until Filled
Job Description
Texas Teacher Certification
·Master’s Degree in Education-related field preferred
Purpose: This individual provides training and support on technology and content integration, the
Texas Computer/Technology Skills Curriculum, the Texas Technology
Competencies for Educators and software applications. The employee assists with
identifying and acquiring hardware, software, and network products. 
Essential Job Functions: 
1. Planning & Facilitating Teaching & Learning:
Collaborates with instructional staff and teachers to develop curriculum materials
and specific lesson plans that integrate technology
· Models the integration of technology in all curriculum areas
· Facilitates school participation in technology programs and activities
· Conducts professional development in areas of technology integration, the Texas Computer/Technology Skills Curriculum & the Texas Technology Competencies for Educators
· Collaborates with the Instructional  Specialists to provide leadership in the school’s use of
instructional technology resources to enhance learning
· Follows a plan for professional development and actively seeks out opportunities to grow
2. Planning & Facilitating Information Access & Delivery
Implements best practices related to technology use in the school program based on
research, pilot programs, and state/national standards
· Works with the principal and school leadership team to provide access to technology
resources and services of the technology facilitator at point of need
· Works with teachers and technology staff in the selection of resources that are compatible
with the school technology infrastructure
· Assists with planning the design of the technology infrastructure so that information resources
are continually available to the school community
· Promotes family, business, and community partnerships that support the academic success,
career readiness, and general well-being of all children
· Adheres to and communicates copyright as well as other laws and guidelines pertaining to
the distribution and ethical use of all resources
· Serves as the district contact for selecting software programs
3. Planning & Facilitating Program Administration
Collaborates with the district leaders, principals, teachers, technology staff, and
students to evaluate and select resources addressing curricular needs and learning goals
· Plays a leading role in the districts budgetary process to ensure funding for the instructional
Technology program
· Carries out non-instructional duties as assigned and/or as needed
Additional Information
Must be able to:
operate a variety of equipment including computers, copiers, overhead projectors, and data
· listen and communicate effectively in order to gather, convey or exchange information, including
giving instructions, assignments or directions to subordinates or assistants
· respond appropriately to inquiries or complaints
· use tact and courtesy when working and dealing with community
· read, comprehend, and prepare various kinds of communication and information including
emails, correspondence, reports, articles, proposals, contracts, policies, charts, spreadsheets,
curriculum documents, staff development plans, educational forms and data
· speak before groups of people with poise, voice control and confidence
interpret and carry out oral and/or written instructions
· demonstrate continued professional curiosity and growth
· hear, speak, read, record, and explain information, communication, and procedures