Colonial Heights Public Schools

512 Boulevard, Colonial Heights, VA 23834   |  Phone: 804-524-3400
City of Colonial Heights, Virginia

Technology Supplemental Duties

The following supplemental duties and roles were established by the Office of Technology and Learning in 2017-2018.

Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
Role is assumed by the Director of Technology and Learning.  Provides strategic oversight and expert-level guidance regarding all security and data privacy items in the division. 

 

IT Project Coordinator 
Role is assumed by the Director of Technology and Learning.  Fifty percent of all our current IT work is project-based. Provides strategic project planning functions and communication among stakeholders.  Ensures the accurate use of project methodologies such as the Agile framework. 

 

Information Security Officer (ISO) 
As a deputy to the CISO, the ISO will be a subject matter expert and responsible for implementation of the division's technology security plan, auditing, penetration testing, security infrastructure design, disaster recovery, business continuity planning, policy and procedure drafting, security awareness training, security cameras, panic button systems, and reporting.  The duty will ensure a security first framework is woven into every aspect of technology in the division. The duty will be the first responder for technology security incidents and reporting.  The duty will be responsible for technology security in all new technology projects and act as a resource for other departments concerning security. The duty will be required to report/present the state of technology security to the Board twice per year.  Attaining security certifications such as Security+, CISM, CISA, CISSP or equivalent will be required. Five hours per week estimated / 12 months / 260 hrs.

 

Student Data Privacy Officer (DPO) 
As a deputy to the CISO, the DPO will be a subject matter expert responsible for student data privacy, adhering to laws and standards regarding FERPA, COPPA, CIPA, and HIPAA across the division.  Tasks include parent/community communication, policy and procedure drafting, staff training, transparency, vendor management and vetting, auditing, and best practice implementation for student data.  The duty will be required to report/present the state of Student Data Privacy to the Board twice per year. Attainment of certifications for SDP will be required. Five hours per week estimated / 12 months / 260hrs.