Educational IT Jobs Thread, Network Manager Looking For More. in United Kingdom (UK) Specific Forums; Hello!
Firstly a little about myself.
I am 24 years old, i have been in the educational ict support business ...
1st June 2009, 02:55 PM #1
Network Manager Looking For More.
Firstly a little about myself.
I am 24 years old, i have been in the educational ict support business for the last 3 years. I started out as a trainee ict technician and was soon promoted to a full technician (6 months). From there i spent a further 8 months advancing my knowledge with an aim to become a network manager. Since then i have been working for 7 Primary Schools and 1 high school offering ICT support and managing all the primary schools needs myself.
I am a well educated hands on and client facing IT Technician with over 3 years experience within the educational sector. Experiences include price gathering, procuring, implementation, configuration, training, technical support, repairs, warranty issues, server maintenance/monitoring, Server installation/configuration and server repair.
I am looking for a new challenge and i am willing to take on anything that is thrown at me, i am a very outgoing gentlemen and am very good with people, i can work well alone or in a team and can provide superb references and a CV on request.
Preferably i would like to work in a high school as a NM however i am willing to take a look at anything that people are willing to offer, if you think i can meet youre requirements then please get in touch.
If you would like to apporach me then please PM me with your email and i will forward on the required bits.
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1st June 2009, 03:26 PM #2
I have to wonder if people have any luck with these? as I thought the main idea of this forum section was to share job opportunities and offer advice...
Not a pm me if you have/see anything going type thing.
1st June 2009, 03:29 PM #3
As much as i love your question to spur a debate on the reason for this forum, i didnt wish people to pm me with whatever they saw i actually wanted any companies/people interested in hiring a strong client facing NM/ICT Tech could contact me, but hey, thanks for jacking my thread =-)
1st June 2009, 03:46 PM #4
Are you willing to move? Do you mind driving around the county?
1st June 2009, 03:48 PM #5
I take it you've already posted your CV on various job sites around, and had a look at your local opportunities?
Originally Posted by Bluetooth
You're much more likely to get a job if you apply for it, or have a (good) agency do so on your behalf than if you just put your CV up on a forum.
1st June 2009, 03:52 PM #6
I would have thought this forum to be a great addition for marketing yourself especially as you are in direct communication with possible employers
1st June 2009, 04:02 PM #7
The key word there being addition. Any avenue is good, but I wouldn't think a forum post should be the only method being used.
Originally Posted by CPLTD
1st June 2009, 08:06 PM #8
- Rep Power
Ahem, if I may be so bold, I am willing to step into the shoes of a (good) agency
Originally Posted by jamesb
2nd June 2009, 08:57 AM #9
i would certainly say that this little venture has certainly gained me some interest. As per your questions.
Yes i COULD move but it would depend on how far but i would love the chance to drive around the country, i enjoy driving, when the roads are clear =-)
Yes i am cultivating many oppertunities from different sites (As mr Spock would say =-))
SpecialAgent, "You have mail".
Thanks again all, if any more details are required or you want a more private conversation, please feel free to PM me.
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