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Applications Manager -- Naperville CUSD 203

posted May 5, 2014, 2:19 PM by Jeff Hunt

Apply online:  http://lnkd.in/bq52TXp

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  Support Staff/Information Technology Staff
Date Posted:
  5/1/2014
Location:
  4 - Administrative Center - Technology & Career Ed
Date Available:
  7/1/2014
Seeking qualified candidate with experience managing a Student Information System and other peripheral systems such as transportation, food service, communications, special ed, etc.  Candidate will have strong technical skills including ability to write SQL queries and produce data files of various formats.  Strong interpersonal skills are required to interact with staff of all levels across the district.  Must have a strong understanding of school district operations, state & federal reporting requirements, assessments, attendance, scheduling, and other school related processes.   Responsibilities will include daily management of Student Information System and other systems, resolving data issues, maintaining set of procedures for required tasks related to student information, working with State & Federal Reporting Specialist to provide required data for filings, planning and executing application upgrades, and maintaining data quality.   Prefer experience with Infinite Campus, VersaTrans, Comalex, Blackboard Connect, Canvas, TIENET, SharePoint.
           
Student Information System Management:
  • Work with each school’s designee to insure proper management of the student information system (SIS) on a daily basis.  Works with each school to makes sure that the end user is able to retrieve the data as needed and that the system is performing the necessary assigned functions.
  • Provide leadership in the development of new applications and interfaces to the Student Information System.
  • Develop, implement and maintain SIS key operational functions including scheduling, preparation for school start, reporting, data extraction and ad-hoc requests as required.
  • Recommend to management new products, product modifications and training requirements needed to support SIS as it is utilized in the District.  This includes planning and management of SIS releases, upgrades, etc.
  • Act as the central point of contact for all support vendors for issues regarding the SIS.
Support Systems Management:
  • Responsible for overall maintenance and management of other peripheral systems to the Student Information System including the district Transportation, Food Service, Parent Teacher Conferencing, and Communications systems.
  • Act as liaison to vendors for supported applications and maintain relationships with vendor support and sales to stay aware of changes in their products and organization to ensure we are using the applications correctly and to their fullest.
  • Provide technical support including creating and executing database queries for data analysis, problem resolution, and interfaces to between applications.
Change Management:
  • Collaborate with other teams within the IT department and district Student Information System users to provide timely response to ad-hoc data or reporting requests.
  • Create a process for identifying unfulfilled needs of the schools and recommend to management all issue relating to the need for software modification, new product development and new product acquisition.
  • Plan and execute application upgrades and data migrations by developing comprehensive integrated test, training, and communications plans to ensure smooth transitions.
Training:
  • Develop a training strategy to assure maximum independence and optimal use of the use of SIS by our schools.
  • Manage a process for the recording and addressing system, user or staff errors that will identify training opportunities related to the use of the SIS.
  • Train other team members as secondary support to applications that they support
Reporting:
  • Manage the creation and delivery of reporting of the SIS to include report cards, transcripts, ad-hoc reporting, etc.
  • Work with schools and the State Reporting specialist to ensure required information is provided.



Education and Experience
  • Associates degree or equivalent experience. Degree in computer science, management information systems, or computer information systems.
  • Five (5) + years of experience. Preference for school district or higher education experience.
  • Experience with Pre K (or early childhood) through grade 12 level student administrative software.
  • Experience with school district and associated reporting tools.
  • Experience in end-user support and training.
  • Working knowledge of FERPA and HIPAA regulations.
           
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:12 months; Non-Union position.
Position is eligible for Benefits and IMRF participation.
Salary and Benefits determined by the Board of Education.

UChicago Charter School

posted May 5, 2014, 10:13 AM by Jeff Hunt

Chief Technology Officer

Job Description

 

 

Job Summary

 

The Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the University of Chicago Charter School (UCCS) is responsible for developing, maintaining, and supporting all technology systems needed to implement instructional plans and processes designed under the leadership of the Chief Academic Officer (CAO) as well as business plans and processes designed under the leadership of the Chief Operating Officer (COO). The strategic focus of the position is to ensure that the technological and telecommunications infrastructure of UCCS effectively and reliably supports 21st century teaching and learning in a PreK to 12 pathway that prepares 100% of students for college acceptance and graduation. This includes: 1) executive oversight of networking, server, database, and telecommunications systems as well as technology services such as email, directory services, student information systems, report cards, web sites, and the annual admissions process; 2) management of a data platform to support continuous monitoring and analysis of student progress toward college readiness, acceptance, and graduation; 3) coordination of budgeting and procurement with UCCS and campus leadership; 4) oversight of the application for and administration of E-Rate and other technology grants, and; 5) ensuring school compliance with all federal, state and local laws related to technology and its use.

 

 

Primary responsibilities

 

Leadership

 

Serves as the principal advisor to UCCS leadership on all technology systems and initiatives, including: infrastructure, data platform, budgeting, procurement, staffing, training, and evaluation. Collaborates with campus leadership to ensure that technology systems and initiatives support the teaching and learning goals of each campus.

 

Provides expertise on the role of technology in the continuous improvement of UCCS instructional and business processes to achieve more efficient and cost-effective use of technology-based instructional and administrative investments.

 

Brings intentional focus to the intersection of technology systems and instructional technology, creating coherence across centrally- and campus-based systems, staff and work.

 

Collaborates with campus, UCCS, and UEI leadership on the design, development, implementation, and maintenance of a data platform to enable continuous monitoring and analysis of student progress toward college readiness, acceptance, and graduation.

 

Coordinates operation and implementation of all technology systems and initiatives with designated staff from each campus, holding regular meetings and ensuring an open flow of information among campus, UCCS, and UEI leadership.

 

Collaborates with campus leadership in the planning and delivery of training and professional development to ensure efficient implementation of instructional plans and processes, business plans and processes, and all technology systems and initiatives.

Coordinates professional learning relating to technology and data with designated staff from each campus, holding regular meeting and ensuring an open flow of information among campus, UCCS, and UEI leadership. Collaborates with UCCS and campus staff to ensure coherence in opportunities for students to develop technological literacy and 21st century skills across campuses and grade levels.

 

 

Administrative

 

Creates and oversees the technology and telecommunications budget for UChicago Charter. Collaborates with campus leadership in the development of the campus technology budgets, including:  hardware, software, networking, telecommunications, and any campus costs relating to technology systems and initiatives.

 

Supports the COO and UCCS campuses in the annual technology purchasing processes. Responsible for the tracking of costs and receiving and installing new equipment. Reviews technical specifications and requirements before hardware and software purchases are made. Ensures the maintenance of an inventory of all network equipment and devices from purchase through disposal.

 

Manages all elements of the E-Rate program. Evaluates carriers and service providers preceding the signing of any service contracts. Assists campus technology coordinators with ordering, service contracts, and insurance. Provides the single locus for negotiating contracts and bidding/quotes with technology vendors and service providers.

 

Ensures that the charter campuses are in compliance with all UCCS, local, state, and federal policies related to technology use, such as CIPA, COPPA, FERPA, et al. Plans, designs and implements security policies and procedures in order to protect confidential information and provide reliable access to technology services and data.

 

Technical

 

Ensures that PowerSchool is reliably and continuously available to UCCS and campus staff and provides any needed training or support for enrolling and scheduling students into courses as well as preparation and printing of report cards. Provide ongoing enhancements and improvements to the PowerSchool system based on updates available in the field and campus leader and staff input. Interact with CPS on issues relating to their student information system IMPACT. Must be PowerSchool proficient or be trained to proficiency upon hire.

 

Coordinates NWEA MAP testing and any other computer-based assessment and manages correspondence and communication with CPS and ISBE.

 

Ensures that the annual image build, test, and install process is completed in a timely manner to support a smooth back-to-school transition for staff, teachers, and students.

 

Ensures efficient and reliable access to all aspects of campus network and server systems and maintenance of user accounts.  Oversees the work of all third-party technology contractors.

Oversees and implements web-based technology services as needed, including existing web sites and Google Apps domain.

 

 

Qualifications

 

Bachelor’s degree required with Master's degree preferred; a minimum six years of managerial or administrative experience in an educational technology field required; solid understanding of technology standards and goals in an educational field required; ability to manage support staff time efficiently required; ability to work effectively under pressure required; ability to collaborate effectively with diverse team members representing educational and technical viewpoints required; excellent verbal and written communication skills required; ability to be self-motivated and to work independently required; ability to think proactively required; excellent problem-solving skills required; ability to prioritize multiple, concurrent projects required; familiarity with E-Rate and PowerSchool required; working knowledge of IMPACT preferred; familiarity with directory services (either Active Directory, Open Directory or Open LDAP) and TCP/IP networking preferred; experience delivering web-based services preferred. Experience in teaching or in a leadership role in an educational setting preferred.

 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status or status as an individual with disability. The University of Chicago Charter School is an Equal Opportunity / Disabled / Veterans Employer

 

For more information or to apply online, please visit the University of Chicago Charter School employment website at:

https://cusi.cloud.talentedk12.com/hire/index.aspx 

EOE

Technology Director -- Central District 301

posted Apr 10, 2014, 1:28 PM by Jeff Hunt

Central District 301 in Burlington IL has posted for a Director of Technology

VACANCY NOTICE

Position: Director of Technology

Apply to: Dr. Todd Stirn, Superintendent
Central Community Unit School District 301
275 South St., P.O. Box 396
Burlington, Illinois 60109

Phone inquiries call: Dr. Todd Stirn, Superintendent of Schools
847-464-6005

Application deadline: April 25, 2014

Apply Online at: http://www.applitrack.com/bcsd301/onlineapp

Applicants should supply the following materials to complete their application:

1. Formal letter of application
2. Personal Resume
3. Placement papers, Credentials, Recommendations
4. Transcripts
5. Copy of appropriate certificate(s)

Qualifications:

District 301 is looking for a positive, team-oriented leader with a technology background in the areas of 
networking, hardware, software, student information systems, and data management. Applicants must
possess strong customer service skills, proven supervisory skills, and an understanding of the 
inter-relationship between curriculum, instruction, and technology. Experience in the educational 
environment is highly preferred.

General Information:

This position is available immediately. Applicants must have a strong background in education technology;

however, ISBE educator license is not required.

Salary & Benefits:

Salary range $80,000 – $90,000, depending on experience. Board paid benefits package.

Technology Director School District 27

posted Jul 24, 2013, 1:39 PM by Jeff Hunt

School District 27 is seeking to hire a Director of Technology. This is a 12-month administrative position with department supervision and evaluation responsibilities.  Apply on line and review the job description at:
http://www.generalasp.com/d27/onlineapp/default.aspx

Network Engineer

posted Jul 17, 2013, 9:14 AM by Jeff Hunt

Batavia Public Schools (BPS) is looking for talented people who want to work in a team environment that fosters excellence. The BPS Tech Team is based on supporting creativity and working in an atmosphere characterized by team oriented problem solving. The District rewards Tech Team members with a generous benefit package that includes single/family insurance coverage, professional growth funding, travel and phone reimbursements, wellness benefits, and competitive salaries. The BPS Tech Team is a cutting edge group that challenges members to be among the best in the field of school based technologists. If you are interested in working in a highly recognized and decorated school system, please take a look at the particulars below.

 

The Network Engineer is responsible for analyzing, installing, configuring, maintaining and repairing of wired and wireless network infrastructure and application components.  The Network Engineer performs a wide variety of evaluation, maintenance, installation and training tasks to ensure the computer network performance meets District and user satisfaction.  The Network Engineer also provides direction, information, and recommendations regarding network configurations and installations.

He/she serves as a member of the Network Operations Team and performs a variety of technical support and analytical services for District divisions and departments.

 

Interested candidates should visit https://www.bps101.net/employment and fill out the online application.

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

  1. Bachelor’s degree (computer science or related field)
  2. Current CCNA or higher certification
  3. Maintain network security through proper configuration of VPN and Firewalls
  4. Technical, analytical and interpersonal skills required

 

Critical Job Functions

 

  • Design, setup and configure complex switching environments
  • Design, setup and configure complex wireless networking that supports open or secured access and the ability to support voice and video applications
  • Troubleshooting malfunctions of network hardware and software applications, telephones and security systems to resolve operational issues and restore services.
  • Work closely with District personnel to identify needs, recommend, implement and maintain various information systems
  • Monitor systems performance and execute corrective measures
  • Assist other technical staff in resolving troubleshooting and problem solving
  • Project management

 

Professional Qualities

 

·         Exhibits a positive attitude

·         Handles confidential information discretely and professionally

·         Ability to work in a fast-paced environment

·         Flexible, handles multiple tasks efficiently and meets deadlines

·         Ability to exercise appropriate initiative and work independently

·         Ability to prioritize and delegate tasks and projects as necessary

·         Ability to use discretion and exercise sound judgment

·         Critical thinker and problem solver

Effective oral and written communication skill and strong interpersonal skills

Information Systems Analyst/ Developer

posted Jun 17, 2013, 5:55 AM by Jeff Hunt

Position Description

                                                             

Title:                Information Systems Analyst/ Developer

Reports to:      Director of Information Services

Type:               Twelve-month, Full-time Position

 

Overall Objective and Summary

 

Batavia Public Schools (BPS) is looking for talented people who want to work in a team environment that fosters excellence. The BPS Tech Team is based on supporting creativity and working in an atmosphere characterized by team oriented problem solving. The District rewards Tech Team members with a generous benefit package that includes single/family insurance coverage, professional growth funding, travel and phone reimbursements, wellness benefits, and competitive salaries. The BPS Tech Team is a cutting edge group that challenges members to be among the best in the field of school based technologists. If you are interested in working in a highly recognized and decorated school system, please take a look at the particulars below.

 

The Information Systems Analyst/ Developer creates and manages highly customized solutions to integrate various data systems.  This position primarily manages the District’s web content management system, Drupal.  Highly qualified individuals will have an extensive computer programming background and experience with the LAMP software bundle.

 

He/she serves as a member of the Network Operations Team and performs a variety of technical support and analytical services for District divisions and departments.

 

Interested candidates should visit https://www.bps101.net/employment and fill out the online application.

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

  1. Bachelor’s degree (computer science or related field)
  2. Extensive background in computer programming, LAMP and PHP preferred
  3. Experience in web content management systems management and development, Drupal preferred

 

Critical Job Functions

 

  • Maintain and develop the District’s web content management system
  • Work closely with District personnel to identify needs, recommend, implement and maintain various information systems
  • Monitor systems performance and execute corrective measures
  • Assist other technical staff in resolving troubleshooting and problem solving
  • Project management

Director of Instructional Technology

posted May 8, 2013, 12:23 PM by Jeff Hunt

Director of Instructional Technology -- Indian Prairie School District 204

Apply at: http://www.applitrack.com/IP204/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?internaltransferform.Url=&internal=internal&district=&category=Administration 

Position Type:

  Administration/Director of Instructional Technology
Date Posted:
  5/7/2013
Location:
  Crouse Education Center
Date Available:
  07/01/2013

Description:

Full time position available for a Director of Instructional Technology in Indian Prairie School District 204 starting July 1, 2013. This is a 12 month position. Responsible for providing leadership and guidance to assure effective use of instructional technology for the district.


Job Summary:

1. Coordinate ongoing professional development and implementation of Indian Prairie School District Instructional Technology Plan.
2. Serve as liaison between Instructional Service Department and Technology Service Department on all technology related matters.
3. Provide consultation to the schools on the evaluation and selection of technology equipment and related material (software, CD-ROMS, videodiscs, etc.)
4. Coordinate instructional technology professional development, develop trainers within existing district staff, design and evaluate advanced workshops, and locate training resources outside the school system as needed.
5. Serve as district level contact and support person for school-based instructional technology initiatives.
6. Assist in the selection and purchasing of technology related resources by developing bid specifications for instructional technology equipment and related materials.
7. Chair teacher committees in the development, implementation and professional development associated with an embedded K-12 technology committee.
8. Investigate emerging technologies and assess their potential for cost effective use by students.
9. Coordinate district level software license acquisitions.
10. Serve as the district copyright officer, responding to staff  requiring information in this area and investigate the changes in copyright law as it applies to emerging electronic media.
11. Coordinate with the Technology Service Department regarding professional development for administrators, technology assistants, teachers, clerical staff and substitutes with existing and newly acquired technology systems not necessarily associated with instruction.
12. Evaluate all aspects of technology integration and professional development activities and make recommendations for improvement.
13. Evaluate curricular software and instructional integration as part of textbook adoptions.
Perform other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications:

Qualified candidate must have a valid Illinois Administrative (type 75) certificate and experience in providing leadership in implementing technology in an instructional setting. Experience as a classroom teacher is required, administrative experience is preferred.  

Systems Technology Director

posted Mar 12, 2013, 3:00 PM by Jeff Hunt   [ updated Mar 12, 2013, 3:01 PM ]

Kankakee School District #111
Full-time 12-month position
Bachelor degree in Computer Science or Information Systems required
At least 5 years' experience with school technology, systems support & database management required
Extensive project management required
At least 5 years' experience managing others & ability to relate with people in a positive manner & work as part of a team required
Preference given to experience with the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) Student Information System (SIS)
Preference given to experience with conversion & use of Skyward Finance & Student Management
Experience with systems data integration required
Experience in local area network management required
Skill in hardware & software installation, maintenance & troubleshooting required
Excellent problem-solving skills & desire for life-long learning required
Effective: Immediately
Apply online:  http://www.applitrack.com/ikan/onlineapp/jobpostings/view.asp?internaltransferform.Url=&district=All&category=Technology

Kankakee School District #111

Job Description

 

Title:                Systems Technology Director

 

Job Description:  The Systems Technology Director supports the District Technology Department by providing the highest level of systems and software support to the district.  This position is responsible for developing and performing support, documentation, and coordinating training to personnel related to district software systems.  This position is responsible for the integration and upgrading of district software systems.  The Software Technology Specialist and the Support Specialist personnel report to the Systems Technology Director.

 

Reports To:     Assistant Superintendent for Business Services

 

Qualifications:

  1. Bachelor degree in Computer Science or Information Systems required
  2. At least 5 years’ experience with school technology, systems support, and database management
  3. Extensive project management required
  4. At least 5 years’ experience managing others and ability to relate with people in a positive manner and work as part of a team
  5. Advanced knowledge of databases and reporting tools such as Crystal Reports
  6. Preference given to experience with the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) Student Information System (SIS)
  7. Preference given to experience with conversion and use of Skyward Finance and Student Management
  8. Experience with systems data integration required
  9. Experience in local area network management required
  10. Skilled in hardware and software installation, maintenance and troubleshooting
  11. Excellent problem solving skills and desire for life-long learning

 

Performance Responsibilities:

  1. Co-manages the District Technology Department in conjunction with the Network Technology Director.
  2. Oversees the upgrade, maintenance, and troubleshooting of Business Information System, Student Information System, ID Systems, and Food Service System.
  3. Verifies integrity of data and provides communication, documentation, support, and coordinates training to staff for local Student Information System, Business Information System, ID Systems, and Food Service System.
  4. Administers the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) Student Information System (SIS) and is responsible for the configuration and transmission of required information to the state.
  5. Reconciles standardized testing student demographic data.
  6. Configures and manages data interfaces to other district software packages to allow for efficient data flow.
  7. Coordinates with Instructional Programs and Media Specialists on technical and data issues with instructional software.
  8. Provides technical, data, and software support to Student Transportation Company.
  9. Coordinates with Career Center and Regional Office of Education Programs with student course assignments and grades.
  10. Aggregates student data for custom data reporting requirements and state reporting requirements including General State Aid Reimbursement, School Report Card reporting, and ISBE End of Year reporting.
  11. Develops and oversees the department budget.
  12. Drafts policies for Board approval relating to the operation of district-wide technology and software systems.
  13. Assists in the selection, training, and supervision of all technical support personnel.
  14. Provides technical direction and training for the Software Technology Specialist and the Support Specialist personnel and assists in the performance of their duties.
  15. Establishes and supervises a district support help-line including but not limited to technical training for users, troubleshooting, and systems maintenance.
  16. Insures the continuous flow of technology services through the efficient and effective scheduling of staff resources.
  17. Keeps current with developments in technology and recommends priority-based improvements in procedures and software.
  18. Develops short and long term plans for computer software installation and upgrades.
  19. Provides input for the district technology improvement plan.
  20. Works with the administration and staff to develop district-wide technology policies.
  21. Provides cross-training to Network Technology Director.
  22. Enforces technology standards and ensures compliance to license agreements.
  23. Provides for data back-up capabilities and security of information.
  24. Responsible for configuration of telephone system including voicemail.
  25. Responsible for maintenance of employee and student network account logins and e-mail.

 

Technology Support Position, Lombard Dist 44

posted Feb 25, 2013, 1:42 PM by Jeff Hunt

Lombard Elementary School District 44 is presently accepting applications for the 2012-13 school year for the following:
TECHNOLOGY TECHNICIAN
GLENN WESTLAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL/MANOR HILL SCHOOL
Opening date:
MARCH 7, 2013
Qualifications
Trade school or community college degree
Experience with Microsoft Windows OS, Mac OS, and other operating systems
Experience with VOIP telephone system
Experience in computer/network repair and support, including the maintenance
and repair of all electronic equipment including printers, computers, monitors, AV
equipment, networks and telecommunications.

Knowledge of Active and Open Directory; Basic networking; usernames and passwords
Please contact:
Therese Piper
Lombard Elementary School District 44
150 West Madison
Lombard, IL 60148
630-827-4418
To apply on line visit our home page at http://www.sd44.org

DISTRICT 44 CONSIDERS ALL APPLICANTS FOR ALL POSITIONS WITHOUT REGARD TO
RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, CREED, GENDER, NATIONAL ORIGIN, AGE, HANDICAP,
DISABILITY, MARITAL OR VETERAN STATUS, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, OR ANY OTHER
LEGALLY PROTECTED STATUS

Technology Support Specialist -- Elmhurst CUSD 205

posted Oct 14, 2012, 5:38 AM by Jeff Hunt

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A minimum of (3) years experience providing IT technology support, particularly with PC/laptop computers and peripherals, Windows 7, Audio/Visual, and/or telephony equipment.
  • At least (1) year of customer service, help desk, or call center experience using an incident tracking system. 
  • Experience deploying, managing, and supporting Apple Mac OS and iOS preferred.
  • Experience working in schools preferred.
  • A+, Microsoft MCDST or equivalent certifications preferred.

REPORTS TO:   Technology Support Supervisor

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

Provides end user support for PCs, laptops, peripherals, media equipment, and other related technology for educational and administrative use throughout all buildings in the district. Implement technology projects as directed by the Technology Support Supervisor. 

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide personalized service to end users by trouble-shooting and identifying source of users’ technology-related issues and providing a resolution. 
  • Utilize proprietary software, office productivity software, and knowledge management tools to retrieve information and resolve problems. 
  • Document issue resolutions completely and accurately in the district incident tracking system.
  • Communicate effectively with users and other support staff on problem status. 
  • Research and resolve technical problems to the extent possible before escalating to the Technology Support Supervisor. 
  • Track and monitor assigned problems to ensure timely resolutions. 
  • Assist in maintaining an inventory of district hardware, software, and related documentation. 
  • Assist in maintaining a district master list of approved equipment, desktop configurations, and installation procedures. 
  • Assist in operational support activities such as hardware life cycle, OS/application deployment, license compliance, image building, and security patches. 
  • Work with the Network Admin team on shared project implementations and issue resolution. 
  • Assist in documenting FAQ information to enable end users to become self-sufficient in solving common problems. 
  • Keep abreast of new developments related to hardware and software support. 
  • Complete required training to update necessary skills for job functions. 
  • Perform other duties as needed or directed.

SKILLS:

  • Knowledge and demonstrated technical skill covering, but not limited to networking, Microsoft Windows, PC applications, Mac OS/iOS (preferred), and hardware/software troubleshooting.
  • Disciplined policy enforcement combined with tact and professionalism in handling issues.
  • Ability to handle multiple concurrent issues while maintaining focus in an environment with frequent interruptions.
  • Responsiveness, follow-through and attention to detail.
  • Ability and desire to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Willingness to learn new technologies and expand knowledge domain.
  • Physically able to climb ladders and lift/transport heavy objects.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, both oral and written, with the ability to interact effectively with all levels of the organization.

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