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Careers at Lincoln

Help Desk Technician

Lincoln School is looking for a part-time (15-20 hours/week) Help Desk technician to provide fast and useful technical assistance for educators and staff. Duties can change depending on circumstances and current school needs, however the technician’s primary responsibility will be answering questions, responding to work tickets, and offering advice to solve them. A Help Desk technician should have good working technical knowledge and be able to communicate effectively to understand a user’s problem and explain its solution. Patience and excellent cooperation skills are a must, and experience working with students, staff, and faculty of all ages and experience levels is preferred.

Skills

  • Installs software and hardware systems, including new equipment, anti-virus programs, office applications, etc.
  • Repairs and maintains servers, personal computers, and other technology equipment
  • Works with team members to troubleshoot both complex and routine computer issues
  • Contributes to the overall operations of the School by writing memos about best practices for computer use
  • Ask questions to determine the nature of a problem, walk constituents through the problem-solving process, and perform one-on-one computer coaching when necessary
  • Stays abreast of technology trends and makes recommendations that will help the School keep up with current standards in education
  • Adapts quickly to changing circumstances and acts quickly in crisis situations, ensuring the School can run as efficiently as possible
  • Train users on new software and write training documentation
  • Maintain daily performance of computer systems
  • Respond to email messages and work tickets from faculty and staff seeking help
  • Install, modify, and repair computer hardware and software
  • Run diagnostic programs to resolve problems
  • Install computer peripherals for users
  • Follow up with customers to ensure an issue has been resolved and be open to receiving feedback
  • Run reports to determine recurring malfunctions and offer sustainable solutions

Requirements

  • Experience working with technology in an educational environment
  • Strong understanding of Microsoft and Apple operating systems, Microsoft Office, G Suite Products
  • Able to read, understand, and write technical manuals
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize projects effectively

Applicants may send cover letter and resume to careers@lincolnschool.org with the subject line “Help Desk Technician”

After-School/Extended Day Teacher

Lincoln School is currently seeking applications for an After School teacher for the 2017–2018 school year. Hours are M–F from 2:45–6:00 pm and also full day vacation camps on 9/21, 10/27, 11/9, 11/22, 12/18-12/22, 1/2, 3/12-3/16 and 4/13

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Co-lead a group of children ages 2–grade 5 as part of the After School team
  • Prepare and lead children in activities both structured and informal throughout the afternoon time
  • Provide homework support as needed
  • Assist with enrollment for enrichment classes and drop-in students
  • Communicate with families about children and programs happening at the school
  • Collaborate and plan with other members of After–School team

EXPERIENCE AND BACKGROUND:

  • Experience working with children, preferably in an after school setting
  • Experience with or strong interest in participating in community service or civic engagement activities
  • Friendly and patient with excellent communication skills
  • Communicates respectfully and effectively with diverse groups of young people and adults of various cultural backgrounds
  • Reliable and punctual
  • A team player who is eager to participate in a process of ongoing learning and inspires children to do the same
  • Skilled at leading activities in program areas such as art, drama, dance, music, literacy, technology, or others
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred

Please email resume and references to Brenna Anderson at banderson@lincolnschool.org.

After-School Music Lesson Instructors

Lincoln School is seeking instructors for flute, clarinet, saxophone, piano, voice and guitar for the after-school music lesson program for this school year. The Lincoln after school program provides extracurricular music education for students in Kindergarten through grade 12. Instructors offer private lessons for 30 or 60 minute lessons.

The ideal candidates will have a bachelor's degree or above in music performance on his/her instrument. We seek individuals with exceptional musicianship who are eager to provide instructional support for students of all ages.

Please email resume and references to Brenna Anderson at banderson@lincolnschool.org.

Lower School Substitute Teachers

Lower School (Nursery through Grade 5) is looking for Substitute Teachers. If interested, please forward your resume and references to cdonnelly@lincolnschool.org.

Lincoln School does not discriminate in admission or access to, or participation in its programs and activities on the basis of disability, race, color, religion, creed, sexual orientation, ancestry, citizenship, or national or ethnic origin. Nor does Lincoln School discriminate in employment on the basis of any of these categories. Any questions in this regard should be directed to the head of school.


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