Comox Valley School District 71

Preferred Qualifications, Training and Experience

  1. Grade 12 education supplemented by:
    • Industry certified education applicable to this position includes CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+ and Microsoft certifications or comparable experience in the installation, maintenance, and repair of computers in a network environment. Two years post-secondary education. Combinations of applicable education (and experience and training based on this education) may include diploma and/or bachelors work at accredited post-secondary institutions with a specialty focus on Computer
  2. Minimum of three years current experience in the installation, maintenance and repair of personal computers in a network
  3. Knowledge of current operating and networking system, network security, networking technologies and protocols, and software installation and maintenance.
  4. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft datacenter and Server products including Active Directory, System Centre, Windows Server, and Local Area Network infrastructure.
  5. Demonstrated experience or qualifications working in a Microsoft Windows based server environments with a high degree of automation and
  6. Valid Class 5 C. driver’s license and license appropriate to the type of equipment/vehicle being operated and a personal vehicle for use on the job.
  7. Meets the physical requirements of the
  8. Ability to work independently and as a member of a
  9. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Job Characteristics and Requirements

  1. Duties are performed under the supervision of the Manager of Information Technology or
  2. Normally receives general instructions only, which requires the exercise of sound judgement as to the method of performing the
  3. Configures and designs network infrastructure and backup
  4. Monitors daily backups and resolves any issues. This also includes Disaster Recovery
  5. Assist with research, prioritization, organization and development of plans, and makes recommendations to support the overall District Technology plans and
  6. Services, repairs and performs routine maintenance on a variety of district computer, network and audio- visual
  7. Researches, designs, configures, manages and troubleshoots wide area and local area networks including management of user accounts and District network
  8. Package software for distribution and automate installation of all software and operating
  9. Assists with the development and implementation of system security protocols and
  10. Proactively monitors critical software and hardware components. Schedule and perform ongoing preventative maintenance including effective patching cycles of systems and OS software
  11. Automation and streamlining of infrastructure
  12. Maintains an inventory of district computer and network
  13. Produces and provides training resources, technical documentation and support for technicians and end users.
  14. Provides leadership to the district’s team of Computer Technicians.
  15. Works effectively, both as a member of the technology team and independently, to install, maintain and repair a variety of computer equipment including, but not limited to, servers and network infrastructure used in district
  16. Maintains currency in industry standard computer and networking applications and enterprise communications tools and demonstrates flexibility and willingness to learn about new and emerging technologies and
  17. Follows proper work procedures, observes all regulations pertinent to the work, maintains a good working relationship with other employees, and cooperates in maintaining a healthy learning and working environment.
  18. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Supervisor.

Please apply on Make a Future at by October 29th, 2021.

To apply for this job please visit

IT Network & Communication Technician