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9th December 2009, 04:41 PM #1
ICT Administration Manager - Solihull
To work with the Curriculum Leader for ICT and the School’s Leadership Team to deliver and plan a safe, secure and effective ICT resource for use by all key stakeholders through the school’s network, Learning Platform and Website.
The role is split into 3 key areas:
• The installation and maintenance of the school’s ICT resource
• The support and management of the school’s ICT service
• The development of the school’s ICT service including the sustainable development of ICT Across the Curriculum
for more info, see: www.lodeheathschool.co.uk and go to "Job Vacancies".
9th December 2009, 04:48 PM #2
Just had a quick look at the advert and noticed the following:
The successful candidate will hold a relevant Degree or equivalent qualification
such as MCSE or SISCO CCNA.
9th December 2009, 04:56 PM #3
9th December 2009, 05:05 PM #4
Good spot guys, you've passed the 1st test
Admin error - rectified soon.
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AM_LHS (10th December 2009)
9th December 2009, 05:10 PM #5
Fans of Deep Space 9?
Originally Posted by richard_s
9th December 2009, 05:18 PM #6
Spelling mistake on the person spec aswell, MCSC ??? new one to me
9th December 2009, 05:35 PM #7
Be interesting to see if they can spell Linucks correctly
9th December 2009, 05:54 PM #8
I'm assuming your work at this School?
Originally Posted by RichLHS
Out of curiosity what is your position there?
9th December 2009, 07:28 PM #9
I'm not sure if I agree the job title matches the job, but it looks a very good job for the right person. Good luck to those applying on here.
9th December 2009, 07:52 PM #10
You agree i did think the same, plus the cert's they are asking for are not really that relevant to the job itself i dont think anyhow...
Originally Posted by Sylv3r
I do think it is a great post though.. good luck to those whom apply.. i might do for interview expierience tbh
9th December 2009, 07:54 PM #11
9th December 2009, 09:30 PM #12
Yes, it looks a bit of a mishmash - part admin part technical part visionary part we-don't know-what-we-want-but-it-sounds-good....
10th December 2009, 09:58 AM #13
Ah, my old secondary school. It's quite a nice place, and when I popped in just over a year ago the systems looked fairly up to date. If you look at the JD it appears to be a Network Manager role with slightly more focus on man managing than a lot of roles have, it also appears to suggest that there will be responsibity for IT in all classrooms/subject areas (so actual responsibility for all IT, not having departments buy their own bits of kit then coming to you with the problems that occur due to not having checked with you). Nice pay as well (may drop the advert to my boss). Live in Nottingham now, so no real point in me applying.
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AM_LHS (10th December 2009)
10th December 2009, 10:22 AM #14
All so what's the status with BSF at this school ?
10th December 2009, 11:41 AM #15
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Thank you Williot for your nice words about the school.
This is currently my job. I am leaving due to getting a promotion as Director of Information and Learning Technologies, a Senior Management role at a College.
Firstly I must comment on Richard_S post “Just had a look and they can't spell Cisco. Makes me wonder what the rest of the school is like if they cannot simple word correctly”
Fair enough there is a spelling mistake and thank you for pointing that out. Well it is a typo error as I would call it. Mistakes do happen as I am sure you are aware as with your comment that you have grammar mistake “cannot simple word correctly” (cannot spell a simple word correctly)
If you are wondering what the school is like then please feel free to read our OFSTED report and you will realise that Lode Heath was graded Outstanding. It is a High Performing Specialists school and has sports and science specialism’s.
Tech_guy, “Yes, it looks a bit of a mishmash - part admin part technical part visionary part we-don't know-what-we-want-but-it-sounds-good....”
I do not agree that the job role is mishmash. The school know exactly what they want as I have been doing this role for over 5 years now. A similar job role is also in place at another school in Solihull. Yes there are different elements in the job specs, it requires someone who is technical who can lead the technical team, hence the need for a relevant qualification. But at the same time the persons needs to lead on the development of the strategies in putting technology to successful use in the curriculum. It is a whole school role and therefore the salary reflects this.
This role ensures that school continues to build and further move ahead with the use of technology to develop and support teaching and learning. It is an interesting and different role to that of your normal network manager.
There is currently no plan for BSF at the school and I do not think there will be BSF at this school for a fair while.
It is a great school to work in. Good luck for anyone applying.
If you require any further information please contact the school as I am unable to answer any direct questions as these are my views and not those officially of the school
Last edited by AM_LHS; 10th December 2009 at 11:46 AM.
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