Educational IT Jobs Thread, ICT Manager Vacancy - £40 - 45k in United Kingdom (UK) Specific Forums; Hi there,
we have a vacancy for an ICT Manager on a 15 month contract for Pimlico Academy in Central ...
19th June 2008, 04:16 PM #1
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ICT Manager Vacancy - £40 - 45k
we have a vacancy for an ICT Manager on a 15 month contract for Pimlico Academy in Central London. Salary £40-45k pa dependent on experience etc. + the usual pension and holidays.
Supervising a team of two, you will be responsible for all aspects of ICT in preparation for a switch to a managed service, scheduled for September 09. At that time staff will TUPE transfer to the new provider - you can choose to either transfer with them or move on to new pastures.
The duties of the job are wide and varied, requiring a range of skills including strong technical abilities, strategic thinking, people and resource management, customer service skills, creative thinking and budget management. The successful candidate will be expected to get their hands dirty and to demonstrate a willingness to do what it takes. This breadth of duties and the sense of ownership that go with them make for a rewarding post.
The timescales are tight - we will interview on Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th. Starting date is as soon as possible after that, but with flexibility for the right candidate.
For full details and an application pack contact Elaine Evans on 020 7828 0881
Last edited by kenrobb; 19th June 2008 at 05:28 PM.
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19th June 2008, 04:18 PM #2
Very nice, shame about the TUPEing though would put me off personally. The position is a 15 month contract so it does not sound like transfer under TUPE is guaranteed for management, only the technicians?
Last edited by somabc; 19th June 2008 at 04:37 PM.
19th June 2008, 05:27 PM #3
I find it confusing - you obviously take IT seriously as you're willing to pay a very reasonable salary - with that, you can easily get a very good IT Manager to lead the school's IT - so why outsource it to a managed service?
The job sounded like a perfect move until I read that!
19th June 2008, 05:27 PM #4
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They can be transferred if they wish, or not - the choice is theirs, we just have to word the contract appropriatly.
Local Authority is insisting on Managed Service as part of BSF. Personally I would rather not have it - lack of control, lack of ownership etc.
19th June 2008, 05:28 PM #5
Thanks for clearing that up.
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