Senior ICT Technician
Senior ICT Support Technician, Partnership Learning
Salary: £33,911 per annum
Location: George Mitchell School, Farmer Rd, Leyton E10 5DN
Contract type: Full Time 35 hours per week, 52 weeks per annum
Contract term: Permanent
Partnership Learning, a growing Multi-Academy Trust, is seeking Senior ICT Support Technician to join our well established and successful ICT Support Team.
Why work with Partnership Learning?
Partnership Learning is an expanding MAT with excellent career prospects. Our ICT support provision currently services around 18 schools. As part of this growing ICT support structure the successful candidate will work within George Mitchell School and will have regular contact with a wider team of technicians and Service Delivery Managers, ensuring that you are well supported and developed throughout your career with us.
We are looking for applicants with successful experience of ICT hardware and software support, preferably in an education or Local Authority context, who have the capability to manage the day-to-day support for our all through school George Mitchell.
Salary will be paid on the Partnership Learning Scale. Partnership Learning’s Terms and Conditions for central team posts closely follow those for equivalent-level Local Government posts.
A full job description is available online. Applicants should apply online only at www.partnershiplearning.com . Please note CV’s will not be accepted.
Closing date: 1 March 2024 - Noon
Interview date: To be confirmed
Partnership Learning is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks including enhanced DBS checks. All shortlisted candidates will require social media checks ahead of interview.
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