Summer Job Opportunity – Technology Coordinator

About the role

In this role you will manage the interactive resources in your centre. You will ensure teachers are trained and supported in using technology in the classroom and ensure a high level of customer service and student satisfaction.

Your key tasks will consist of, but not be limited to:

  • Supporting teachers with the use of iPads and interactive resources.
  • Routine maintenance of iPads and technological equipment.
  • Facilitating the uploading of student projects to EF’s video competition website.
  • Assisting the Academic Manager when timetabling iPad or netbook lessons.
  • Assisting teachers when answering technology orientated questions.
  • Scanning of feedback questionnaires.
  • Ensuring IT facilities are set up and fully functioning in your Centre.
  • Dealing with problems and emergency situations should they arise.


  • Proficient with Apple products and general IT.
  • Highly responsible and organised.
  • Have the right to live and work in the country of employment.
  • Complete fluency in English.
  • Attend training prior to your contract commencing.

Technology Coordinator Job Description

Interested applicants should send their CV to or apply online at . Do not hesitate to call me on 99440909 for more information. Due to an imminent induction programme for all prospective summer employees it would be ideal to receive any applications by Thursday 24th April.

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