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7th September 2012, 11:36 PM #1
ICT Technician - New Malden/Kingston upon Thames
We are looking for a new technician to work in a busy IT support department. The school is a secondary girls school and has a mixed sixth form. The school has a really nice atmosphere with friendly staff and students.
Technology wise, we have nearly finished upgrading to windows 7. We are running most of our servers virtually with vmware vsphere. We also have a ruckus wifi system in place. For system imaging and software deployment we are using Altiris Deployment solution. We also have about 50-60 interactive whiteboards (mostly promethean) and projectors, several Lapsafe laptop trolleys, many HP printers, visualisers and other typical kit found in schools. Experience with any of these would be a bonus.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me and I'll do my best to help.
36 hours per week
Grade D £17,808 - £20,205 depending on experience
Closing Date: 12noon 20th September 2012
Coombe Girls' School is a Leading Edge Language Specialist School. There are approximately 600-700 computers across the network including desktops, wireless laptops and servers.
Applicants should have a skill level at least equivalent to CompTIA A+ and be familiar with Windows xp/7, MS Server 2003/2008, and Mac OSX. Experience of supporting Microsoft SQL databases and SharePoint platforms would also be desirable, in particular SIMS.net and SIMS Learning Gateway.
The appointed person will report to the Network Manager and will be part of a team with two other technicians.
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