Technology and Programs Coordinator

Administrator / Full-Time

The Learning Project Elementary School, Boston, MA

Technology and Programs Coordinator

Start Date:  July 1, 2024

The Learning Project is a small elementary school centrally located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. We believe in nurturing students’ academic and personal growth, encouraging the joy and creativity within each child, and taking advantage of all that our city setting has to offer. 

For over fifty years, the core of the school’s Mission has remained: to enroll a diverse group of students, provide them with exciting and age-appropriate learning opportunities, to help children develop strength of character, and to build a sense of connection through yearly traditions, cross-age opportunities, and meaningful whole school activities. As a uniquely small school, The Learning Project’s community remains its biggest strength, and core to that community is its dedicated faculty and staff who are committed to the school’s mission, its families, to supporting one another, and to their own personal and professional development.

The Learning Project seeks a well-rounded educator and administrator to fill the role of Technology and Programs Coordinator. This position is ideal for anybody who enjoys ‘wearing many hats’ — balancing administrative work in school-wide programs and technology integration with work that involves interacting with students directly in the academic setting. A degree in technology is not required, but an aptitude for it and a desire to learn on the job is important.

As the school’s technology lead, the Coordinator supports the faculty in implementing technology initiatives, including current and expanded use of iPad apps, ensuring compliance with acceptable use policies, and identifying resources to support the curriculum. This includes consultation with faculty, training and assistance in the classroom, as well as basic level tech support for children and staff. The Coordinator teaches one technology class per week to each grade level using the school’s tech curriculum, which includes basic coding, Lego robotics, ethical use of technology, research skills, etc.  

The person in this Coordinator position also takes the lead on organizing educational programming, such as the school’s cross-grade buddy program, school-wide assemblies, field trips, and more. As a member of a small staff who all support operations of the school, the Coordinator supervises select lunch or recess times, helps to cover classes as needed, and assists in the After School program twice a week.

Experience with elementary age children is a must, along with strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail, excellent organization, and a commitment to the values and principles of this school, as described in our Mission Statement. 

The school offers competitive salary, in addition to a wide variety of benefits including, but not limited to:

  1. Generous 403(b) program
  2. Medical Benefits
  3. Dental Benefits
  4. MBTA Link Pass for commuting
  5. Annual wellness stipend
  6. Dedicated professional development funds for each employee
  7. Paid personal days, in addition to school holidays and vacations 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher, with Master’s preferred
  • Experience teaching at the elementary level
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Prior experience as a school counselor in an elementary school environment
  • Highly organized and detail oriented

To apply, please email the following to

  1. Application Cover Page
  2. Cover Letter
  3. Resume

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

The Learning Project is an equal opportunity employer, and, as such, employment decisions at the school are based on merit, qualifications, and skills. The School is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all employees and qualified applicants, without regard to age, military or veteran status, race (which shall include traits historically associated with race, including but not limited to, hair texture, type, length, coverings and protective hairstyles), color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, genetic information, sex, pregnancy or pregnancy-related conditions, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, physical or mental disability, or any other status protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. 

This commitment is evident in all aspects of The Learning Project’s employment practices and policies, including recruiting, hiring, job assignment, promotion, compensation, discipline, discharge, benefits, and training.

The Learning Project Elementary School

Boston, MA
All Gender