A Guided Career Path
In delivering first-class IT to the districts we serve, VARtek typically fills the following on-site technical and management positions, with opportunity for advancement.
and Senior Engineer
(Level I & II)
(Level I & II)
Create a Win-Win-Win situation
Offer career advancement opportunities
for your IT staff
At VARtek, we understand the value of relationships. We understand that you also want to ensure that people are treated fairly when strategic and financial decisions are made. When you choose to utilize VARtek to manage IT for your district, you can potentially create exciting career opportunities for existing IT staff members. As VARtek performs the School District IT Analysis, we will assess your current IT support and administrative staff for their technical, training, project management, and soft skills. We welcome the opportunity for qualified existing IT team members to join our organization, and we can offer them the following:
- Career advancement opportunities with an established company in K-12 managed IT systems
- Training in crucial technical areas, project management, VARtek methodologies, and industry best practices
- Professional training and certification in the following areas:
- K-12 industry best practices
- Project management skills
- Network, wireless, and IT administration
- Servers and workstations
Do you currently have the right IT staff in place for your school district?
When schools lose
The efficiency of your administration and the education of your students depend on your IT program. You must have an IT staff with the capacity and the comprehensive skill sets to serve the variety of challenges your school district faces every day. Too often, school districts suffer from an IT staff that is overextended, underqualified, not properly trained, focused only on fixing problems, or not properly managed.
The unfortunate result is a sub-par technology program that negatively affects student learning and the efficiency of school administration.
When IT staff lose
Likewise, many schools do not have the resources or management in place to support a first-class technical team. Technical team members often have limited room for advancement and attaining new certifications, and the track to promotions and wage increases is often a dead end. Despite everyone's best effort, we see similar situations unfolding at many K–12 schools, and it creates a less-than-ideal situation for all involved.