General Chat Thread, New role for an ICT tech? I knew I was doing something wrong :$ in General; While carrying out my usual Monday morning search for a job, I came across this advert.
Supply Teaching Jobs, Teaching ...
25th November 2013, 09:36 AM #1
New role for an ICT tech? I knew I was doing something wrong :$
While carrying out my usual Monday morning search for a job, I came across this advert.
Supply Teaching Jobs, Teaching Jobs | Aspire People | School ICT Technician
Think somewhere there maybe an advert titled "Caretaker" with interesting requirements. :P
2 Thanks to Smee:
CAM (25th November 2013), FN-GM (25th November 2013)
25th November 2013, 10:24 AM #2
ROFL - cut and paste job gone wrong!
25th November 2013, 11:03 AM #3
Not a bad hourly rate for a caretaker, well according to ours
25th November 2013, 11:06 AM #4
To be able to be considered for the school administrator position...
25th November 2013, 11:11 AM #5
OR the most honest IT tech advert yet "you will be expected to clean the playground, fix broken PCs, file the schools' tax return, make the head's dinner..."
Originally Posted by tech_guy
25th November 2013, 11:19 AM #6
That is outrageous! That is clearly the employers responsibility. (And was the writer so clueless that they couldn't find the £ key?)
To be able to be considered for the school administrator position, applicants must either have a CRB that is dated within the last 12 months or be willing to pay for a new application at the cost of GBP52.00
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25th November 2013, 12:28 PM #7
Find it a little odd that they want the successful applicant to pay £52.00 for their own CRB check - maybe its aimed at an internal appointment
26th November 2013, 08:02 AM #8
Ive been here for over 8 years and both our caretakers have been here under a year and as such i know far more about the site than they do. I must help them out at least 3 times a week with something regarding the site. I spent yesterday helping fix the boilers and today i am re-configuring the timers on it as were trying to save money by not using as much gas. Some staff have issues in there room where power trips on an odd occasion and they have started to come find me rather than the caretakers.
26th November 2013, 12:34 PM #9
Its an Employment Agency, and as such they cannot apply for CRB on the behalf of the employer. Its standard practice, however, for the agency to pay the cost of the CRB back after 1 or 2 months successful placement. Same rules as supply teaching. I'd get used to it, as lots of schools are hiring this way now.
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