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Technology Integration Coordinator


Posted December 8, 2022
Closed May 7, 2023
12-Month Full-Time

The Technology Integration Coordinator leads efforts across the school, in and out of the classroom, to support technology curriculum, instruction, and integration efforts and activities in all divisions. This person will explore and present new initiatives to help faculty integrate technology into their curriculum. The coordinator oversees the program and provides divisional support for grades PK-12. Curriculum development, professional development, student safety, and parent education are some of the major focuses of the position. Additional responsibilities include supporting learning management systems and teaching technology classes. 


  • An understanding of how a school works and a desire to support Darlington’s mission. 
  • A passion for the power of technology as a learning tool 
  • A model for 21st century learning skills 
  • An understanding of educational philosophy and methods 
  • An ability to communicate and work collaboratively with faculty, students, and parents in one-on-one, group, and virtual situations 
  • A commitment to ongoing professional development 

Experience Needed 

  • Experience in the classroom teaching and technology integration support 
  • A knowledge of curriculum development, specifically the role of technology within that development 
  • Demonstrated success in the planning and delivery of a range of technology integration and professional development 
  • Familiarity with national technology standards and their application 
  • Intermediate computer skills with general hardware knowledge and commonly used software applications 
  • A relevant advanced degree and demonstrated ongoing professional growth in a school environment 

Job Description

  • Curriculum/Classroom Integration 
    • Collaborate in curriculum development with a full awareness of digital skills needed PK-12 
    • Collaborate in development of information literacy skills taught both in isolation and within core classes 
    • Work with individual faculty members to help them integrate technology into their teaching and professional lives 
    • Explore and present new initiatives involving appropriate uses of technology in the classroom and school 
    • Maintain expertise in education and technology issues and applications and share this expertise as appropriate with faculty, students, and parents
    • Coordinate, work with, plan, or lead special programs and events as needed by the school, such as robotics, engineering, STEAM, Makerspace, tech fairs, or competitions. 
    • Ensure parents are involved in the technology integration program and understand its goals and purposes. 
  • Professional development 
    • Work closely with teachers in developing personal learning plans and provide support for achieving those plans 
    • Design and deliver professional development opportunities for faculty and staff, including professional development and new faculty orientation 
    • Design, develop, and maintain online learning environments, including collaboration and knowledge-sharing spaces
    • Establish systems for educators to access, preview, or receive training in hardware usage and software applications 
    • Help establish goals and track progress of technology professional development 
  • Technology Support 
    • Implement and support the 1:1 program, including distribution of devices, student and parent training, conflict resolution, and ongoing communication and development 
    • Assist with the selection, acquisition, and use of electronic resources and textbooks 
    • Advise on all technology purchases related to curriculum. Work with the I.T. department to research, recommend, purchase, and maintain educational technology assets 
    • Provide assistance on first-level technical questions, instructional applications, software, and general issues 
    • Assist with developing, maintaining, and communicating policies which govern faculty and student use of technology