The Management Council is seeking motivated individuals to help Ohio’s schools, districts, and families access internet connectivity from remote learning.
The Ohio Department of Education has launched the RemotEDx initiative to support and optimize remote K12 education. The Management Council of the Ohio Education Computer Network is seeking motivated individuals to help schools, districts, and families across Ohio resolve issues related to procuring, installing, and operationalizing home-school connectivity in support of remote learning, with a special emphasis on serving the adaptive and assistive needs of exceptional children. Successful candidates can be located anywhere in the state of Ohio and will work (often remotely) with Ohio’s Information Technology Centers (ITCs), schools, families, and technology vendors to assure student access to K12 remote learning wherever it is implemented in Ohio. The ideal candidate will have both a strong understanding of the education space (particularly remote teaching and learning) and a strong grasp of connectivity options.
The positions are funded by a grant that is projected to be funded through the 2020/2021 school year. These positions include an excellent benefits package along with a salary commensurate with education, experience, responsibilities assigned and the successful candidate’s potential for excellence. Read more about becoming a RemotEDxConnectivity Champion on the Careers page.