Weston Public Schools
$90,000 – $100,000 a year
The Network Manager is qualified with special preparation, certifications, and experience to manage a large and mission-critical network and the backend systems that comprise the information and communications system of the Weston Public schools and the Town of Weston. Under the Director of Technology, the Network Manager will oversee the technical operations of the network, backend systems, Internet services, content filtering and shaping, firewall, security, disaster recovery and testing, maintain an offline testing platform, and manage the day to day technical operations of the level 1 and level 2 school technology staff.
A high level of knowledge with general networking technologies including switching/routing protocols, DNS, DHCP, Cisco switches, VoIP Technologies and Cisco Unified Communications platforms, Cisco Wireless Networking, Network Monitoring, Palo Alto and Sonicwall firewalls is a job expectation. Knowledge of Windows Servers, HP 3PAR and Left-Hand Storage Area Networks, VMware, Citrix, Macintosh computers, Various SmartPhones, iPads, and other current technologies is a plus.
Responsibilities and Duties
The Network Manager is evaluated by the Director of Technology on an annual basis.
Qualifications and Skills
Minimum qualifications: Bachelor of Science in a relevant information and communications technology or computer field, or, significant and proven experience with Network Management in the k12 educational environment. Experience in providing training and with technical personnel management a plus.
This position is eligible for health and other benefits as outlined by the Town of Weston.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $90,000.00 to $100,000.00 /year
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