Norlington School and 6th Form is a 11-16 boy’s school with a mixed 6th form school. Over the past 5 years the school has transformed itself into one of the highest performing schools in the country and has been recognised by the Minister for State Schools on three separate occasions for student achievement.
Norlington was judged to be a 'good school' by Ofsted;
- 'Students make excellent progress'
- 'Students behave well in lessons and around the school. They enjoy coming to '
'..Leaders have a relentless drive for continuous improvement'
The Network Support Team wishes to appoint an experienced ICT Technician to join the school, the primary role will be to provide technical assistance to maintain ICT infrastructure, hardware and software in order to support the delivery of the curriculum and facilitate a dependable service from all ICT based school systems. The school has had a significant investment of infrastructure and equipment within the past year and runs a superfast 500Mbps fibre optic broadband connection
Applicants should have relevant experience, a thorough knowledge of ICT Equipment good problem solving skills and good communication skills. Further training will be provided to help the successful individual develop.
Norlington School and 6th Form is committed to safeguarding and protecting the welfare of children and young people. The successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure.
Click here for the Application form:
or visit the school’s website at: http://www.norlington.net/our-school/vacancies/
Completed application forms should be emailed to email@example.com.
Closing date: Monday 27th September 2021 at midday
Interviews scheduled for: Week-commencing 4th October 2021
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