ICT Campus Partner Full-time (40 hours) on 40 weeks

Founded in 1924, the Foundation of the International School of Geneva, commonly known as Ecolint educates 4500 students aged from 3-18 representing over 130 nationalities. Each of our eight schools is dedicated to the development of seven life-worthy, future-ready global competences: we develop lifelong learning, self-agency, the ability to interact with the world, with others and with resources so as to develop transdisciplinary, multiliterate thinking. Through this, we drive our mission, which is to educate students to be global citizens with the courage and capacity to create a just and joyful tomorrow together. Ecolint is built on strong humanitarian values and prides itself on its long history of pedagogical innovation, including the creation of the Model United Nations system and the International Baccalaureate. We have around 1250 employees representing more than 60 nationalities, united as one core of dynamic professionals, committed to our mission. The Campus La Châtaigneraie is set amidst the picturesque rolling farms and villages of Founex, overlooking Lake Geneva not far from the city. With a mix of historic and new buildings, the campus is split into a Primary and Secondary school. The international team of educators is devoted to supporting a diverse population of students.
LocationLa Châtaigneraie
Application closing date25/06/2021
Starting Date31/08/2021
ContractFull-time – 40 Hour(s)

To complete our team, we are looking for a:

ICT Campus Partner Full-time (40 hours) on 40 weeks
Full-time – 40  Hour(s)


  • The role of ICT campus partner is meant to provide campuses with an onsite decision-making presence for support with school and campus ICT operations and educational technology initiatives. Unlike other central administration functions ICT has a significant pedagogical component to its services and support. For this reason, the person assuming the position should be first and foremost an educator possessing considerable experience both in the classroom as well as with the integration of ICT technology in lessons and, more broadly, application across the school curriculum.
  • Lead educational technology integration:
  • Inspire and lead the development, communication, and implementation of a shared vision for the comprehensive use of technology in support of a digital-age education.
  • Promote the effective vertical articulation of educational technologies in support of the curriculum.
  • Collaborate with school leadership to create world class student-centered learning environments.
  • Act as a tireless advocate for STEM. Support enthusiastic teaching staff in the development, management and assessment of projects and initiatives.
  • Research, model and share best practices for successfully teaching with technology.
  • Ensure that schools meet the ICT technology requirements of the adopted programmes (PYP, MYP, DP, CP) and take an active role in documenting evidence in line with accrediting service requirements.
  • Demonstrate best practices in the classroom by assuming a teaching role for several periods weekly.
  • Drive staff ICT professional development:
  • Create and lead a staff professional development program so that it is aligned with both the ICT requirements stipulated in the employee core requirements as well as the ongoing objectives articulated for and by schools and departments.
  • Identify and organise training opportunities that align with strategic ambitions and make them available to staff.
  • Administer a database to collect data and allow for the real-time monitoring of compliance with program requirements.
  • Develop tools, metrics and methodologies to measure program impact.
  • Manage educational technology initiatives and innovation:
  • Support and guide projects that demonstrate and confirm Ecolint’s position as a leader in educational technology innovation such as the development of online course provision.
  • Recognize technological opportunities in education and play a leading role in their successful and meaningful introduction.
  • Establish partnerships with organizations and experts with whom the school can continue to benchmark and incorporate best practices.
  • Oversee campus ICT service and support delivery:
  • Assume line management of the ICT helpdesk technicians.
  • Collaborate closely with both school leadership and Foundation ICT to assess ongoing ICT needs/issues and recommend fit-for-purpose solutions.
  • Ensure ICT services (helpdesk, system, network, application, etc.)  are providing value according to existing service level agreements (SLA) concluded with Foundation ICT.
  • Foster compliance with ICT policies and procedures to assist with efficient service and support provision.

Candidate requirements

  • Extensive training and experience in K-12 education.
  • Demonstrated experience in the use of ICT technology to enhance student learning.
  • Keen understanding of how to create and implement successful staff professional development programs.
  • Excellent leadership skills with the desire and ability to take ownership of project outcomes
  • Very good organizational and project management skills.
  • Sense of initiative and ability to collaborate closely with primary and secondary school teaching staff.
  • Open-mindedness, flexibility with capacity to work in a multidisciplinary team.
  • Effective interpersonal and oral communication skills.
  • Strong attention to detail with the ability to keep accurate records and statistics.
  • English or French mother tongue, with a good command of the other language.

Candidates are requested to apply online attaching their CV, three references (one of which must be from their current or most recent employer, who can be contacted should the candidate be selected for an interview), and a covering letter. The application must be addressed to Mark Grace, International School of Geneva, La Châtaigneraie Campus by 25th June 2021 mentioning the reference number 200 174.

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The International School of Geneva values and encourages diversity among its staff. As such, we welcome applications from candidates with a wide range of backgrounds and experience. The School is seriously committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

All successful candidates will be subject to rigorous conduct and child protection checks appropriate to their position, including prior checks with their previous employers and the authorities.