Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Intern/Co-op
Posted:
5/15/2019
Job Category:
Information Services
Summer Technology Intern
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Winnetka Public Schools | Winnetka, IL
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Job Description

The Winnetka Public Schools is seeking a Summer Technology Intern for a limited 30-50 day assignment to provide support for the technology needs of the District.

JOB TITLE: Summer Technology Intern

LOCATION: Technology Office located at The Skokie School

CHARACTERISTICS: 30-45 Day Technology Assistant during the Summer

REPORTS TO: Director of Technology

DESCRIPTION

The Summer Technology Intern will prepare software, hardware, and network infrastructure for the upcoming school year.

Job Summary:

Duties include:

* Clean, prepare, and deploy desktops, laptops, iPads and Chromebooks
* Move computers and computer related equipment
* Inventory hardware, software, and network equipment
* Escalating problems to the correct channel
* Other duties as assigned by Technology Department

Qualifications:

* Experience working with technology in schools preferred
* Be fit and able to lift up to 50 lbs from the floor to table height
* Be detail-oriented in repetitive tasks
* Be able to work with minimal supervision for several hours at a time
* Have a basic understanding of computer operating systems, the internet, email, and electronic devices
* Be an effective communicator through phone, email, and in person

Working Conditions:

Beginning after July 1, 2019

End Date - determined by need and circumstance

Typically 6.5 hours perday (8:30 am to 3:30 pm)

Rate of Pay - $15.00/hour

Interested applicants should complete an online application including a letter of interest, resume, and references through the following link: http://www2.winnetka36.org/employment

About Winnetka Public Schools

The Winnetka Alliance for Early Childhood began in 1989 as a community organization to promote the healthy growth and development of children, from birth to age eight. It currently has 35 member organizations, including all of the public, private, and parochial elementary schools; all the preschools and day care centers; and many other organizations that provide services to young children in Winnetka, Northfield, and Kenilworth, Illinois. The Alliance also currently has six Associate Members, which are schools that lie outside our geographical area, but who want to maintain close ties with the Alliance. Our 50-member board of directors consists of local parents, grandparents and early childhood professionals. Our 30-member advisory board includes educators, mental health professionals, an attorney, a pediatrician, and other experts. Annual funding for the Alliance comes from individual and corporate donors, annual fund campaign that includes the option for Teacher Tributes, sponsorship of our newsletter, Early Childhood, and of TV Tune Out Week, and other sources. We area not-for-profit, federal tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization. The organization fulfills its mission with many different programs and services, including: Publishing a 16-page newsletter, published twice a year, with the latest information and advice about young children from both local and national experts. Serving as a referral service for people seeking information about early childhood services in the area. Sponsoring networking events to bring together Winnetka, Northfield, and Kenilworth's early childhood professionals who touch our children's lives daily. Sponsoring an annual community-wide TV Tune Out to help families gain a better understanding of the role TVand other screens play in their lives and how to explore other options. Offering courses for parents and grandparents on topics ranging from handling discipline to effective co-parenting and coping with sibling rivalry. Hosting an annual Preschool Fair. Recognizing and honoring outstanding early childhood educators with Teacher Tributes. Acting as an advocate for young children by bringing together schools and organizations to work together for common interests and goals, by providing educational forums, and by working with local policymaking bodies. June 2008