Is There A Future For Network Managers Post BSF?
(note to the person who likes to forward my postings to the head ;)... this is in my own time AND NOT a posting representing the school)
Ok, so everything could be all right for some ICT technicians once they get taken over by the MSP chosen by their LEA: there will always be a need for toner and mouse changers ;)
However, what about us Network Managers? No MSP is going to pay >£24000 for us to do the same, so does anyone in an already BSF'd area have any experiences of this?
Will we end up being forced to quit, forced to travel to alternative areas or what?
Obviously the earlier phases didn't have the MSP forced upon them, but for those that did, what was the outcome... are there any of us left in the aftermath and did it give you any career/job benefits?
Although I may always seem to be totally anti-BSF if there is a light at the end of the tunnel then I'm all for embracing it. I just don't want to see all my hard work thrown away and my career with it.
Have you been bogged down with "paperwork" or have your new bosses been flexible?
We are very much in the dark here and it's sometimes quite scary (families to keep and bills to pay!!!!)