Frankton-Lapel Community Schools

January 9, 2019


Instructional Technology Technician

Qualifications Minimum High School Diploma or Equivalent
Position Summary The technician will work with faculty, staff, and students to resolve technology related issues including but not limited to: hardware, software, and network connectivity. Ability to work with staff, individually and in groups. Ability to troubleshoot and diagnose problems and develop appropriate solutions while demonstrating strong communication, interpersonal, customer service and analytic skills. Excellent time management and organizational skills are required. Willingness to learn and adapt, as well as study for and pass required certification exams are also required.
Essential Job Functions
  • Maintenance of district student computer/Chromebox labs, Chromebook carts, Android/iPad tablets, and staff computers
  • Support and assist staff with day to day technology needs
  • Basic troubleshooting of various network and computer related issues, including but not limited to: network login and connectivity issues, wiring issues, workstation faults, and end user training
  • Assist with student help desk repairs
  • Update the help desk database daily
  • Network cable installation
  • Assist Instructional Technology Manager with projects and rollouts
  • Assist Instructional Technology Coach with PD as needed
  • All additional tasks and duties as assigned
Essential Job Requirements
  • Must be willing to participate in training and/or certifications as required by the district to maintain the position
  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs., and assist lifting up to 150 lbs.
  • Must be able to work on 6-15’ ladders as well as on a scissor lift up to a height of 25-30’
  • Pass HP self maintenance certification within 3 months of hire
  • Pass CompTIA A+ certification (220-901 and 220-902 (or current test numbers at the time)) within 6 months of completion of HP certification
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills; interpersonal, customer service, and analytical skills; exceptional organizational and time management skills
Reports to Superintendent
Application Period January 9 - 22, 2019
Review & Screening of Applications As soon as qualified applicant is secured

Letter of interest, Frankton-Lapel Community Schools application for non-certified employment (available on website:, letter of interest, current resume containing personal information, employment history, and references to:

Sterling Boles, Assistant Superintendent
Frankton-Lapel Community Schools
7916 W 300 N
Anderson, IN 46011-9129
Phone: (765) 734-1261
Fax: (765) 734-1129
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Upcoming Events

  • March 7 - End of 3rd 9-Week Grading Period
  • March 8 - Flex Day
  • March 29 - No School
  • April 1-5 - Spring Break
  • May 17 - Flex Day
  • May 24 - Last Day for Students
  • May 17 - Teacher Records Day