DALLAS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT,

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Dallas Independent School District, located in Dallas, TX is seeking an Ed. Tech leader with strong communication skills to be a direct report to the Chief Technology Officer for a district of 155,000+ students.  The salary will be in the range of $154,000 to $188,000 plus an excellent comprehensive benefits package.  The final salary for the successful candidate will be negotiated and determined based upon proven experience, qualifications, and meeting Board criteria.

Interested candidates may apply online at:

Grrecruiting.com

GR Recruiting

Ph: (888) 319-7949     E-mail:  Info@grrecruiting.com

Application Deadline:

April 29, 2021

Please do not contact the Board or District directly.

 

POSITION TITLE: ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  DATE REVISED:       February 2021 JOB NAME: 1400. Assistant Superintendent 
  EXEMPT STATUS:    Yes NO. OF DAYS: 226 GRADE: Executive Leadership 13
  DIVISION:   Information Technology
  DEPARTMENT: Enterprise Applications 
  REPORTS TO: Chief  Technology Officer
  SUPERVISES: Directly Supervises Assigned Staff
  EDUCATION:         Bachelor’s degree in education, computer science, business administration, or comparable. Master’s degree preferred 
  EXPERIENCE: Ten years of education technology leadership experience, including a minimum of five years developing, implementing, and supporting student information systems, learning management systems, instructional applications, and data analytics products.

 

POSITION FUNCTION/PURPOSE:

Executive leadership for enterprise applications development and support. Oversees the design, development, implementation, adoption, and support for enterprise learning and business systems.  Achieves the goals of the Board of Trustees and the Superintendent of Schools through districtwide planning, collaboration, program leadership, performance benchmarking, and technology innovation.  Ensures students and teachers are fully prepared and supported for digital learning in both physical and virtual learning classroom environments.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
  1. Work with the Chief of Schools, Chief of Instruction, Chief of Transformation & Innovation and other executive leaders to design, develop and implement major technology systems for schools and business offices
  2. Collaborate with division and departmental leaders to understand evolving instructional technology needs, specify solution requirements and develop product roadmaps
  3. Plan and lead high-profile technology programs, such as Operation Connectivity, Unified Enrollment, Hybrid Virtual School, etc.
  4. Demonstrate how technology innovation can drive the organization’s goals and objectives
  5. Lead the  development, implementation, adoption, and support of major instructional delivery and content systems
  6. Provide consultation, technical assistance, and outstanding support to school campuses and administrative departments
  7. Develop innovative data products to measure student outcomes and performance
  8. Ensure compliance with state data reporting requirements
  9. Recruit and retain the best and brightest technology support teams for campuses
  10. Communicate with students, staff, and parents regarding technology services and issues
  11. Engage internal and external stakeholders in efforts to build consensus regarding priorities for educational technology resources
  12. Develop and manage program, project, capital, and operating budgets
  13. Represent Dallas ISD technology leadership within various task forces and committees
  14. Develop policies and procedures and ensure appropriate use and adoption of technology resources to the user community and technology staff
  15. Manage, direct and assign priorities and personnel to major projects to ensure attainment of the district and department strategic goals and objectives
  16. Develop professional development plans to ensure the ongoing growth of team members
  17. Scan the marketplace for new technology and business trends that affect education
  18. Run education technology experiments, helping to create new products and services and integrate the best of these into production operations for the District
  19. Guide and advise stakeholders about emerging technologies and trends
  20. Perform all other tasks and duties as assigned.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Directly supervises assigned staff

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in education, computer science, business administration, or comparable. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Ten years of education technology leadership experience, including a minimum of five years developing, implementing, and supporting student information systems, learning management systems, instructional applications, and data analytics products.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the campus learning environment and use of technology in learning.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of computer hardware, peripheral equipment, software applications, networking, applications development, and system implementation.
  • Demonstrated knowledge in the developments and trends in educational technologies, digital learning, enterprise information systems and their application in K-12 education, research methods, techniques, and statistics.
  • Ability to find new and innovative approaches to performing the business at hand.
  • Experience leading large distributed teams and large administered budgets.
  • Demonstrated organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills required to achieve the goals of the position and teams. 
  • Demonstrated ability to leverage the strengths and unique perspectives of others within the organization and to collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to reach a solution.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate technical information, procedures, and requirements to technical and non-technical users.

Minimum $154,579

Median $188,510

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations will be made if necessary:

Regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; communicate verbally and electronically; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, and/or crawl; climb or balance. Regularly required to stand and move throughout the building and/or to other facilities. Frequently required to drive. Occasionally lifts and/or moves objects weighing from 10 to 25 pounds.