The Technology Support position works to ensure that St. Peter’s Episcopal School teachers, students, administration, and staff are provided timely, accurate, and appropriate support in mission-critical information and technology. This includes support related to computer systems and other communication systems, software, and hardware.
Provide timely critical support in urgent situations that might arise.
Assist users in finding solutions to a variety of changing needs.
Provide in-classroom support to teachers, as well as group training sessions.
Provide one-on-one end-user training.
Troubleshoot and solve problems related to desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and A/V equipment (projector/sound systems, Apple TV, Promethean, etc)
Provide support to faculty, students, administration, parents, and staff via phone, email, or in person.
Experience with Pixio and Document cameras and knowledge of set up for live streaming of classrooms, if needed for distance learning or assigned by head of school.
High School Diploma and one to three years of directly related work experience. Experience and training in a network environment and knowledge of network protocol preferred.
General knowledge of Mac OS X, Google Workspace, and Windows PC devices for troubleshooting.
General knowledge of A/V equipment for troubleshooting.
Basic understanding of JAMF/BARK/Apple Remote Desktop.
Must be a creative problem solver.
Must be team-oriented.
Committed to regular professional development to maintain skills.
St. Peter's is a community where every educator is distinctively innovative, and every student is a scientist, an artist, an historian, a mathematician, an author, and a scholar. Recognizing that the spontaneity and expanse of a child’s unbridled curiosity is a personal pursuit for knowledge, we validate our student’s fascinations. We embrace their inquiries, guide their explorations, and celebrate their discoveries. At St. Peter’s, we are cultivating bold, passionate learners because we are preserving the authenticity of their sense of wonder.
In 2014, St. Peter’s boldly redefined its preschool program by implementing a Spanish language immersion program. Broadly referred to as foreign language immersion, this distinctive approach allows young children to acquire fluency in a second language in the same way they learned English. Families may choose for their child to learn in the English track or the Spanish track.
Foreign language immersion is an educational methodology that involves teaching traditional, conventional academic subjects such as math, science, social studies, and language arts, in a non-native language. This system uses the rich palette and nuanced expression...s of language to embellish and extend the dimension of the learning environment and to ensure students attain fluency in a second language. At St. Peter’s, Spanish is the conduit through which Preschool through third grade students are academically advancing.
Research surrounding foreign language immersion is vast and substantiated. Students, who are fluent in a second language, are also more cognitively astute, mentally flexible, and culturally aware.
St. Peter’s offers a Spanish immersion option to preschool through third grade students. Teachers instruct and interact with students speaking only Spanish in the classroom.
Students who acquire fluency in a second language at an early age:
Are more capable of acquiring other languages;
Become more intellectually flexible and cognitively astute;
Develop a heightened understanding, respect, and concern for other cultures and globally issues;
Experience long-term academic success, typically scoring higher on all standardized tests;
Develop a capacity at a younger age to comprehend complex, abstract concept;
Demonstrate high confidence and self-esteem;
Pursue more difficult educational programs.