computer laboratory technician - Santa Maria

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SANTA MARIA BONITA-SCHOOL DISTRICT
HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
708 S. MILLER STREET
SANTA MARIA, CA 93454
(805) 361-8127
COMPUTER LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
and/or
COLPUTER LABORATORY TECHNICIAN I
The Santa Maria-Bonita School District is currently accepting applications. Applicants may fill out one
application to apply for both positions. Application forms are available at the Santa Maria-Bonita School
District Human Resources Office, 708 S. Miller Street, Santa Maria, CA 93454 – (805) 361-8127 and at
www.smbsd.org.
TO APPLY: Submit an application form together with:
 Verification of your level of education which provides evidence of high school graduation or the equivalent.
Note: If you possess an associates degree or higher, please submit either a copy of the degree, or
transcripts showing units earned. The evidence of degree is not mandatory, but will allow you to skip some
portions of the district proficiency test.
 Typing Certificate showing 30 wpm net corrected speed. The certificate must be issued within the past six
months, must indicate it was a five minute test, and number of errors must be shown.
 Resume (optional)
 Letters of recommendation (optional)
SALARY:
$16.12 per hour to start
WORK YEAR: 180 work days per year (August through June)
$13.71 per hour (for substitutes)
HOURS:
3.5 hours per day
POSITION: Assist students and teachers in the use of computers, software and printers; maintain computer laboratory;
keep equipment clean and in good working order; assist teachers in the selection of software programs to
meet the curriculum needs. A copy of the job description is attached for your review of duties and
responsibilities together with the required abilities and qualifications.
BENEFITS:
Paid sick leave, holidays, and vacation.
PRIOR TO HIRE:
Prior to start in a position, the District will obtain verification of freedom from tuberculosis and
fingerprint the individual for processing by State and Federal agencies
SELECTION PROCESS
The applications are reviewed to determine those candidates who meet position qualifications. Those candidates who
meet position qualifications will be invited to test. Those qualified applicants who have a test score of 70% or above are
placed on an eligibility list for interview. Applicants are invited to interview as vacancies occur.
Applicants should be aware that the Santa Maria-Bonita School District has an agency shop and that should you be
employed you will be required to join the California School Employees Association, which is the bargaining unit for
classified employees. Thank you for your interest in employment with the Santa Maria-Bonita School District. You may
contact the Human Resources Department at 928-1783 x8127 for further information.
TITLE IX – EQUAL EDUCATION / EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
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Santa Maria-Bonita School District
COMPUTER LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
BASIC FUNCTION
Under the direction of a principal, assist students and teachers in the use of computers, software and printers; maintain computer
laboratory; keep equipment clean and in good working order; assist teachers in the selection of software programs to meet the
curriculum needs.
REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES
Assist students and teachers to become proficient in the use of computers, software and printersE; consult with teachers regarding the
curriculum and assist in the selection of software to meet needs of the programE; design and prepare operating instructions, reference
materials and desk side aids for studentsE; demonstrate programs to students and help them to understand the concept of the
programE; requisition materialsE; organize laboratory supplies and inventory equipmentE; maintain equipmentE; test and perform
minimal repair of terminals and printersE; troubleshoot hardware and software problemsE; schedule laboratory time for teachers and
studentsE; adjust schedules as neededE; establish workable laboratory procedures, set up menus and keep currentE; install new
programs and upgrades on hard drivesE; make back-up copies when requiredE; maintain routine records of student use of laboratory
and inventory of equipment and softwareE; provide reports as requestedE; operate a variety of office equipment including computer
terminal, printers and copy machineE; preview available software, offering recommendations to principal/staff; provide informal training
for new personnel; perform related duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of:
Methods and procedures of operating and storing computers and peripheral equipment;
Technical aspects of field of specialty;
Recordkeeping techniques;
Basic subjects taught in District schools including arithmetic, reading, writing, grammar and spelling;
Safe practices in classroom activities;
Classroom procedures and appropriate student conduct;
Basic instructional methods and techniques;
Principles, practices and procedures followed in a computer laboratory;
Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
Ability to:
Monitor the activities of the computer laboratory;
Operate and demonstrate computers and peripheral equipment properly and efficiently;
Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others;
Maintain records and prepare reports;
Prioritize and schedule work;
Learn department and program objectives and goals;
Maintain current knowledge of program rules, regulations, requirements and restrictions;
Understand and work within scope of authority;
Work independently with little direction;
Operate, service and make minor repairs on equipment;
Understand and follow oral and written directions;
Type 30 words per minute.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Any combination equivalent to: Graduation from High School supplemented by training in the use of computers and software
applications; must pass District proficiency examination; one year experience working with students in small or large group settings.
WORKING CONDITIONS
Environment:
Computer laboratory and classroom environment.
Physical Abilities:
Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard;
Sitting or standing for extended periods of time;
Bending at the waist;
Kneeling or crouching;
Hearing and speaking to exchange information;
Seeing to monitor student activities;
Moderate lifting.
Approved:
02/25/98
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