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After a year in schools, I have decided it is not for me and am leaving on 7th ...
9th January 2008, 09:13 AM #1
- Rep Power
Network Manager Post Available
After a year in schools, I have decided it is not for me and am leaving on 7th March. Therefore my post is available, if you are interested or know somebody who might be reply to this post and I will contact you via IM or email.
Location Richmond, Surrey
Salary £26k (negotiable for right person)
10th January 2008, 03:24 PM #2
- Rep Power
Sorry, mistake in salary.
It is £27,758 £29,285
10th January 2008, 05:57 PM #3
Hi - what network are you running? Vanilla?
10th January 2008, 10:35 PM #4
- Rep Power
no RM CC or anything, plain W2003 AD with a few addons
Job Profile - Network Manager
Responsible for the proper functioning of the school's IT and communications systems as well as undertaking general tasks which will promote the use of ICT across the curriculum.
Person Spec: The school requires an experienced Network Manager to maintain and improve the ICT and telecommunications network infrastructure and peripherals. They will have experience in network configuration and management, Windows 2003 Server and Active Directory management, management of schools MIS systems (preferably SIMS), computer and peripherals maintenance and repair and support of users with varying levels of ability.
Responsible to: Bursar
Responsible for: Assistant IT Technician, IT Technician University Placement
Responsible for the continuous availability, maintenance and running of installed information systems i.e.
Internet and email
Passwords, Antivirus and other security systems
Network and server infrastructure
Computers and peripherals for staff and student use
Purchasing new hardware and software in liaison with line manager
Printing and server systems
Identifying, planning, costing and implementation of all upgrades to infrastructure and peripherals
Monitoring of student ICT usage using Securus
Undertake any other reasonable relevant task as requested by line manager
Management and maintenance of MIS systems (SIMS)
Management of internet filtering system, Fronter MLE and LGFL VLE
Ensure all software is up to date
Ensure that software upgrades are actioned
Install and test new software using GPOs MSIs and Symantec Ghost Auto Install
Ensure users have access to appropriate software
Advise users on software matters including research into specialist software.
Check new equipment on arrival and install as appropriate
Liaise with the Bursar in maintaining the inventory of equipment and Portable Appliance Testing
Maintain computers and peripheral equipment
Liaising with suppliers regarding all relevant purchases and repairs as appropriate
Liaise with Bursar and other relevant staff about clearing faults reported by users
Prioritise the resolution of problems and determine whether external support is required, including recording requests, following up calls and implementing a maintenance schedule
Responsible for the line management, development and training of Assistant Technician
Supporting and training all staff and students in the use of relevant technology around the school
Support staff and students in the use of ICT resources, for example, through direct interaction and by producing simple help sheets
Personal and professional development
Attend relevant courses and actively seek to broaden knowledge and skills relevant to responsibilities and to increase personal understanding of how ICT is used in specific contexts.
Advise ICT Curricular staff and Senior Management Team of emerging technologies and the implementation of ICT policies and procedures.
11th January 2008, 02:16 PM #5
How many students and clients machines/servers
11th January 2008, 08:40 PM #6
- Rep Power
approx 50 Staff
3 main servers
approx 200 PCs/laptops
Will post exact details next week.
11th January 2008, 10:58 PM #7
Sounds like a great job. Wish it was in Warwickshire.
14th January 2008, 01:25 PM #8
I was feeling the exact same way... just don't want to move to Surrey!
BTW, where are you in Warwickshire? I'm in the far south west
14th January 2008, 03:47 PM #9
- Rep Power
Why, whats wrong with Surrey? :-)
Originally Posted by AlexB
Best place in the country according to polls I have seen!
(and yes, the house prices reflect this....)
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