For Job details: The Warwick School
To apply: http://www.warwick.surrey.sch.uk/Vac...ion%20Form.doc
SP4 £15,007 to £17,794 36 hours per week / 52 weeks per year
Holiday - 24 days increasing to 28 days after 5 years continuous service
• Minimum 2 years experience working within a medium to large network in a business or educational environment.
• Upgrading and maintaining of computers and associated hardware.
• Loading, upgrading and maintaining computer software.
• Management of a web site.
• Use of Microsoft Office products.
For more details this will be on our website vacancies area shortly ...
The Warwick School
Is that the going rate for a Senior Techie in UK?
Its towards the lower end
And without starting any sort of pay war off and with good humour - I wouldn't fancy a job as a Junior Tech there
Forum rules; don't talk about pay in a job thread... it can get lost in the spam! blah blah
Agree with Si though... poor junior tech
whats the reasoning behind the saying you wouldn't want to work there?
Mind you looking at the job spec and person spec, they want a network manager not a senior ICT assistant!
If they paid £6000 more per year it would be worth my while applying, but on that pay advertised I would be paying well over half the monthly wage just to get there!
Last edited by featured_spectre; 9th November 2011 at 05:34 PM.
I've worked at The Warwick for just under 7 years, I'm now moving on to bigger and better and they've had a shuffle around of jobs.
I have to say that working at The Warwick is a great experience and I would reccomend applying to anyone. The staff are very friendly and sociable and it is a great place to work. Deciding to leave was a very hard decision to make.
I admit the money isn't great but in this climate surely it's worth applying to gain experience alone?
I've spoken with the ICT Manager about the post and he says that it's more an experienced ICT Assistant (2 years experience) that he is looking for which explains the payscale.
If you have any questions about the school etc please feel free to pm me and I'll do my best to assist.
JoeBloggs (15th November 2011)
Last edited by SimpleSi; 21st November 2011 at 03:39 PM.
what did you write si? pm me
Holiday entitlements: the basics : Directgov - EmploymentThe basics of holiday rights
There is a minimum right to paid holiday, but your employer may offer more than this. The main things you should know about holiday rights are that:
you are entitled to a minimum of 5.6 weeks paid annual leave - 28 days for someone working five days a week (capped at a statutory maximum of 28 days for all working patterns)
part-time workers are entitled to the same level of holiday pro rata (so 5.6 times your usual working week, eg 22.4 days for someone working four days a week)
you start building up holiday as soon as you start work
your employer can control when you take your holiday
you get paid your normal pay for your holiday
when you finish a job, you get paid for any holiday you have not taken
bank and public holidays can be included in your minimum entitlement
you continue to be entitled to your holiday leave throughout your ordinary and additional maternity leave and paternity and adoption leave
You do not have a statutory right to paid leave on bank and public holidays. If your employer gives paid leave on a bank or public holiday, this can count towards your minimum holiday entitlement. There are eight permanent bank and public holidays in England and Wales (nine in Scotland and ten in Northern Ireland).
CyberNerd (21st November 2011)
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