The Director of Technology & Digital Learning for the Wilmington Public Schools reports to the Superintendent of Schools and is a member of the district’s Senior Leadership Team. The Director serves in the role to plan, lead and implement operational programs and services that support the technological operations of the district including within the areas of instructional and administrative technologies.


  • Review, develop and implement the district’ s technology plan and report annually to the MA DESE
  • Supervise the department’s personnel and share joint supervisory responsibilities with building principals/directors over integration specialists
  • Coordinate and provide professional development for administrators, teachers, and staff related to technology integration in educational programs and services
  • Plan and oversee the department’s budgetary planning in order to support the district’s technology plan including the purchase and acquisition of services, hardware and software
  • Manage and oversee the district’s network and infrastructure
  • Supervise and manage the district’s email system, student information systems, website, phone/voicemail, camera and door security systems and the data reporting to the MA DESE and the federal government
  • Work closely with the Senior Leadership Team as well as the district’s instructional leaders to plan, develop and implement appropriate professional development for staff
  • Reestablish and chair the district Technology Committee
  • Collaborate with Student Support Services to implement assistive technology for Special Education students
  • Ensure District compliance with federal and state technology mandates and initiatives as well as state and federal laws
  • Maintain and inventory of software purchases and licenses
  • Monitor network related security issues
  • Lead and implement 1:1 district initiatives
  • Seek grant opportunities to assist in acquiring, maintaining and improving technology district-wide
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Superintendent of Schools


  • Knowledge of contemporary educational and technology integration trends including 1:1 computing environments
  • Highly organized with a strong ability to set priorities and implement plans
  • Excellent writing, presentation and communication skills
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Three – five years of experience managing technological infrastructure systems in a large organization including Windows, Google and phone system management
  • Supervisory experience with strong organization, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education certification as an Instructional Technology Specialist and/or Supervisory licensure preferred

Review of applications will begin on April 1 with an expected start date of July 1. This is a 12-month position.

Please send CV and Resume to:

Ms. Andrea Stern-Armstrong