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    Network Manager - South Yorkshire

    Non-Teaching / Job Vacancies / Winterhill School - Winterhill Rotherham

    37 hours per week, full time appointment. Band H £25,472 – £27,849.


    Just seen this - thought it may be of use to someone.

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    above average NM pay...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillskill View Post
    above average NM pay...
    Is it????

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    above average NM pay...
    Is it? They're asking for 'allot' of knowledge there and placing allot of responsibility on that person, I personally think that it's a bit on the low side. No doubt in the current climate they will get plenty of responses but that doesn't mean that it's not low.

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    NM pay should be 33k+

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    NM pay should be 33k+
    I agree you wouldn't see an ad asking for that amount of knowledge and experience inc managing other staff for less than £30k in the private sector (well you might but...). Single status and BSF however will endevor to change that but it still shouldn't be less that SO2 which is £27k ->
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    They're wanting a University degree or HND in field of computer science aswell
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    Uni degree and HND! - You dont need any of that too be an IT Manager in a company or school at all.

    I personally think pay for IT Staff in schools should be standardized like below:

    Junior IT Technician : 15k - 20k
    IT Technician : 20k - 25k
    Senior IT Technician : 25k - 30k
    IT\Network Manager : 30k - 40k

    At the moment people have to remember due to the recession there's going to be a lot of good IT workers out there who are desperate for jobs (who have lost there job) and I bet some schools are trying too attract some of them at a lower pay because these people NEED a job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IanT View Post
    At the moment people have to remember due to the recession there's going to be a lot of good IT workers out there who are desperate for jobs (who have lost there job) and I bet some schools are trying too attract some of them at a lower pay because these people NEED a job.
    Indeed, Single Status is a one way street and not the harbinger of equality as was promised, quelle surprise?

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    At the moment people have to remember due to the recession there's going to be a lot of good IT workers out there who are desperate for jobs (who have lost there job) and I bet some schools are trying too attract some of them at a lower pay because these people NEED a job.

    Yep same old. It's a false economy as when the sector picks up those people will leave again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie_monster View Post
    Yep same old. It's a faulse econemy as when the sector picks up those people will leave again.
    Very true

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanT View Post

    I personally think pay for IT Staff in schools should be standardized like below:

    Junior IT Technician : 15k - 20k
    IT Technician : 20k - 25k
    Senior IT Technician : 25k - 30k
    IT\Network Manager : 30k - 40k
    Be lovely that but its not going to happen!!

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    I know, I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanT View Post
    Uni degree and HND! - You dont need any of that too be an IT Manager in a company or school at all.

    I personally think pay for IT Staff in schools should be standardized like below:

    Junior IT Technician : 15k - 20k
    IT Technician : 20k - 25k
    Senior IT Technician : 25k - 30k
    IT\Network Manager : 30k - 40k

    At the moment people have to remember due to the recession there's going to be a lot of good IT workers out there who are desperate for jobs (who have lost there job) and I bet some schools are trying too attract some of them at a lower pay because these people NEED a job.
    Lol that wud be nice. Would actually keep me around in eduaction if scales were like that - same for other techs as well I imagine. A good idea also to keep around trained techs rather than them leaving for new places/industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanT View Post
    I personally think pay for IT Staff in schools should be standardized like below:

    Junior IT Technician : 15k - 20k
    IT Technician : 20k - 25k
    Senior IT Technician : 25k - 30k
    IT\Network Manager : 30k - 40k
    If only...

    I could get the heating in my car fixed on those wages!



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