Careers at the DoT
Why Join SFUSD?
As a team member of the Department of Technology, you will directly impact the lives of students & families across San Francisco.
SFUSD has elaborate educational and technical challenges that require your world-class skills and innovative solutions.
Make a tangible and massive impact on the lives of more than 57,000 students and families who will use the services that you design and build.
Sure, you know Node.js or SQL, but have you ever created a dashboard to help principals identify students who may need instructional interventions?
Current Opportunities at DoT
1053 IS Business Analyst
The SFUSD Department of Technology seeks a talented Senior Business Analyst to lead our Data Conversion efforts as we transition from our legacy PeopleSoft on-premise EIS system to the SAP Cloud.
1070 Director of Product Design
Lead the design of digital tools and resources to help ensure our systems meet the teaching, learning, and operational needs of our schools and central offices. Expand our district-wide partnerships and lead the development of online content and end-user support to enhance system adoption. DoT is seeking a leader skilled in managing teams, managing relationships, and managing to results. Join us in serving SFUSD as the Director of Product Design! APPLY here!
1070 Director of Student Systems
SFUSD is looking for a visionary change agent to lead the transformation and consolidation of our student data systems overseeing all aspects of the operation, support, and maintenance of our district's enterprise student information system. DoT is seeking a leader skilled in managing teams, managing relationships, and managing to results. Join us in serving SFUSD as a Director of Student Systems! APPLY here!
0807 Teacher on Special Assignment
Under the supervision of a Department of Technology Program Administrator, Teachers on Special Assignment (ToSA) in the Department of Technology support digital learning integration for district-wide cross-functional priorities that include but are not limited to the Graduate Profile in Action, Middle Grades Redesign, Personalized Learning, and Project-Based Learning.
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