I.T Services Technician Trainee
Required as soon as possible
36hrs per week/42 weeks a year
Salary Range: £15,896 to £16,746
Dependent on qualifications and experience
Are you looking for a career in IT? Are you looking to learn on the job and develop new skills? Are you looking for an exciting and challenging role supporting and gaining experience with an extensive range of IT devices?
At The Winston Churchill School we are looking to employ an I.T. Services Technician Trainee with an interest and aptitude for computers, who will be required to maintain and support with all the IT systems and equipment at the school, including PC’s, Apple MACs, software applications, Radio Station, Recording studio and our new planetarium. This is a great role with exposure to a wide variety of different IT that you wouldn’t access elsewhere.
The key responsibilities of the role are:
- IT Equipment- Maintenance and assistance
- Desktop & Application support
- Server & Network support
- Music Technician assistance
- Support Radio Woking Studios
- Responsible for Configuration & Installation
- Responsible for Continuity, Maintenance & Security
- Management of Requests
- To be involved in the strategy & planning for the IT team and IT offering at the school.
How to apply
If you are interested in applying, please complete the application form (see above) and submit this to email@example.com
Closing date: noon, Monday 22nd July 2019
Interviews will be taking place as soon as we receive suitable applicants on a rolling basis.
Our technicians/trainees need to have a passion for IT and computers. The post holder needs to be able to work effectively in a team or on their own and possess good initiative and problem-solving skills. Being organised and able to communicate effectively is essential, as is an ability to plan and prioritise your work. Due to the nature of the environment, this role is crucial to the day to day running of the school and the post holder will have shared responsibility in the success of the IT systems.
The IT team at The Winston Churchill School are incredibly knowledgeable and will be able to provide training and assistance to the new post holder in this role.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS check will be required prior to commencement.