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Educational IT Jobs Thread, Assistant Network Manager - 23,097 - 24,528 per annum inclusive in United Kingdom (UK) Specific Forums; If anyone is interested..... [ I'm not - 'cos the money is crap ] http://jobs.hillingdon.gov.uk/search...sp?job_id=3132 More info: http://www.ruisliphigh.com/cms/image...nager%20JD.pdf http://www.ruisliphigh.com/cms/image...%20manager.pdf...
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    Assistant Network Manager - 23,097 - 24,528 per annum inclusive


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    Actually, the money's pretty good for a Asst. post.

    JD link is actually http://www.ruisliphigh.com/cms/image...0ManagerJD.pdf

    PerSpec:
    http://www.ruisliphigh.com/cms/image...nager%20PS.pdf

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    I think the money is pretty good aswell.. compared to some Assis post's i have seen around.

    Way out my leauge and too far away anyways..

    James

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    PS looks like pretty standard fare......they should get a lot of applications, and the salary is quite reasonable.

    I just wish employers would stop 'preferring' an MCSE. Maybe i'm bitter 'cos i haven't got the certs....but in my experience the MCSE isn't a reliable judge of the ability of a candidate.

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    When I was on the government's Ambition IT programme (you had to be unemployed) around 5/6 years ago, there were a couple of lads who had MCSE's, but were unemployed because they had little or no practical experience of working with computers or people. They had simply done the exams from the book.
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    MCSE + Experience, very good
    Experience, good
    MCSE, no experience, start at the bottom and work your way up.

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    Actually, the money's pretty good for a Asst. post.
    You have to remember this is West London where house prices and the cost of living is rather silly - [ tell me were isn't !! ] I am not an Asst manager but I'm on a lot more than that. Still it's a good oppertunity for someone who wants to lose their technical knowledge and become a manager... ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    Still it's a good oppertunity for someone who wants to lose their technical knowledge and become a manager... ;-)
    love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by torledo View Post
    PS looks like pretty standard fare......they should get a lot of applications, and the salary is quite reasonable.

    I just wish employers would stop 'preferring' an MCSE. Maybe i'm bitter 'cos i haven't got the certs....but in my experience the MCSE isn't a reliable judge of the ability of a candidate.
    That's true, I once had to remind a colleague at my last place who was an MCSE how to get the command window up.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_guy View Post
    That's true, I once had to remind a colleague at my last place who was an MCSE how to get the command window up.....
    Could be worse, you may have had to remind him on how to get 'it' up...

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    Lmao.. trust u to come out with somthing like that

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    Im assit Network Manager on 5k less with 400 more pupils then that school and alot more kit.

    I'm happy with that though as im also training to become network manager. In good time hehe... i'll work my way up for it so

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    lets put the record straight

    I am the network manager at Ruislip High and was not aware that the advertisement for my assistant was going to have "preferred MCSE" in the profile. I will deal with that issue.

    I do not have a preference for any qualification but would be happy to support my assistant in gaining qualifications if that person wished to do so.

    Any other questions, I would be glad to answer them.

    I wonder who posted this job here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghickman View Post
    I am the network manager at Ruislip High and was not aware that the advertisement for my assistant was going to have "preferred MCSE" in the profile. I will deal with that issue.

    I do not have a preference for any qualification but would be happy to support my assistant in gaining qualifications if that person wished to do so.

    Any other questions, I would be glad to answer them.

    I wonder who posted this job here.
    I did, I saw it on the borough web site.

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