Job Description

About Gulliver Preparatory School

Established in 1926 by Arthur Gulliver in Coconut Grove, Gulliver was likened to the prestigious academies of the northeast and initially attracted families who wintered in Florida. In late 1953, Marian Krutulis purchased the school. A pioneer in education, Mrs. Krutulis envisioned Gulliver as grand home where both students and teachers would feel part of a caring, inspiring family of learners. Over the course of 25 years, she relocated the school to Coral Gables, built an upper school for high school students in Pinecrest and achieved ‘Blue Ribbon School of Excellence’ designation by the US Department of Education. In 2000 Gulliver became a non-profit. Today, Gulliver Preparatory School serves approximately 2,200 students in Grades PreK3 – 12 on four campuses. Despite its significant growth over the last 60 years, Gulliver still upholds Marian Krutulis’ vision to maintain the physical and social-emotional health of its students and trains them to become people of integrity in everything they say and do.


Job Summary

The Curriculum and EdTech Implementation Coordinator CETI supports the analysis and coordinates the implementation of curriculum across the PreK-12 divisions. The main focus of this role is to help build teacher capacity at point of instruction, and their understanding of instructional practices as related to data informed instruction and overall PreK-12 curriculum. The CETI collaborates with faculty to develop appropriate and innovative use of technology as an instructional tool to enhance student learning and engagement.  The ETI supports colleagues in the successful integration of students’ use of technology within the curriculum while fostering digital citizenship, skills development and a sense of community. The coordinator will work with both the Director of ETIS and Administration and the Director of Curriculum, Assessment and Support Services.

Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:   

  • Help coordinate the implementation of new curriculum.
  • Help coordinate all curriculum related initiatives as requested by the Director of Curriculum, Assessment and Support Services including the process of course creation and program changes.
  • Assist in the design of curriculum implementation plans and initiatives PreK-12.
  • Assist with curriculum mapping as required by the CASS Director.
  • Assist with the maintenance of Atlas, organize curriculum related meetings, schedule consultants, and support the work of the CASS around curriculum mapping.
  • Support with instructional and technical strategies provided to faculty around the seamless use of technology in the classroom focusing on the needs of upper school.
  • Assists the DETIS and CTO with strategic planning regarding the implementation of educational technology focusing on grades 9-12.
  • Collaborate with other ETIS team members to ensure the  design of projects integrate technology into the curriculum.
  • Works closely with teachers and students to design and implement PK-12 research policy using Guided Inquiry Design process across multiple projects and content areas.
  • Works closely with teachers and students to deliver a developmentally appropriate Digital Citizenship program in all grades.
  • Actively seeks opportunities to collaborate with teachers and students to embed information literacy, digital literacy, media literacy, and global literacy skills within curricular units, projects, competitions, performances, etc.
  • Ability to design training plans and deliver effective training to a wide variety of constituents. 
  • Regularly host sessions and provide opportunities for incorporating technology into the instructional practice to enhance student learning and engagement focusing on the needs of upper school.
  • Works with other ETIS team members to connect faculty to school-wide (across campuses) and external technology resources and professional development. 
  • Create and lead pilot programs with other educational technology integrators for testing new instructional software and hardware focusing on the needs of upper school.
  • Research and inform the Gulliver academic community about current trends in educational technologies and their application in the classroom.
  • Helps identify needs by attending biweekly grade level/department planning meetings to guide the learning process toward student achievement.
  • Participate in regular scheduled meetings with the upper school department heads.
  • Proven ability to build effective relationships with constituents and stakeholders and translate their requirements into solutions in keeping with best practices and improved efficiencies through technology integration.
  • Create learning resources for faculty, staff and students. 
  • Carry out special projects as assigned by administrators i.e.: reports, creation of administration of online surveys, creations of portal web pages.
  • Additional duties as assigned.


Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field. 


Desired Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology or related field.
  • Teaching degree or teaching experience. 


Pre-Employment Requirements

Criminal Background Check, Level II Fingerprint Screening(s), and Drug screen. 


Gulliver is deeply committed to the principles of equity and diversity and seeks to create an inclusive community for all faculty and staff. Gulliver is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and a Drug Free Workplace.