Grade 9 - £22,218 to £24,576
Full-time permanent (8am to 4pm Monday to Thursday and 8am to 3.30pm on Friday, with a degree of flexibility especially in school holidays).
For immediate start
We require a versatile, self-motivated, enthusiastic and committed person to manage our IT networks. The successful candidate will be required to assist the leadership group in strategically developing the whole school IT based infrastructure, as well as carry out a small amount of teaching/instructing when required. If you have excellent knowledge, skills, drive, commitment and enthusiasm, then please apply.
For more information visit Humphrey Perkins High School - Home, appliations should ideally be made via www.teshirewire.com/job/16187
Closing date: Monday, 26th October 2009
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.
Cotes Road, Barrow-Upon-Soar, Loughborough, Leicestershire. LE12 8JU
Tel: 01509 412385 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
go for it chap
Interesting, thats dead near me... *ponders*
If you need any more info feel free to give me a shout - I'm the current network manager there at the moment, send a PM over if you fancy it
My old job! I certainly enjoyed working there. Would recommend it as a friendly school to work at. Pay is a little on the low side, but is fairly standard for that area (not that that is an excuse). Anyway, the pay for that job has already been discussed:
Discussion about NM job in Leics
Yes pay is about right for area(you see some 10's but very rare)
Also ponder this job as well..
Just to let you know that JD is wrong they have uploaded 'data managers' they hired last month.
Will find the Network Manager JD and upload tomorrow!
And I'm off back to university! I began as a technician on an Industrial Placement from university - took over from the last NM who left on a temporary basis but realise that I don't have enough time to do both, unfortunately!
Just to remind people that we are still looking for applicants... Check the 1st post if interested
I suspect you will get a few apps in over the next week. As it is halfterm this week for Leicestershire so people are probably waiting till this week when they are a bit more free to submit an application.
So who went for it in end??
I did. Although I did have to include a few paragraphs explaining that although I didn't meet one or two elements of the essential criteria, I was eager to learn etc. It's not really appropriate to insist that a particular qualification is essential.
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