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5 days (37 hours) per week, all year round, including 1 day at Shipley College
Salary: National Minimum Wage 16-17 £4.62 per hour, 18-20 £6.56 per hour, 21-22 £8.36 per hour, 23 and over £8.91 per hour

Titus Salt School are looking to engage an enthusiastic apprentice IT Technician to join their successful on site ICT Support Team. The right person will contribute to the development of a strong, effective school with an emphasis on promoting a culture of educational excellence through the provision of timely and appropriate ICT support to all members of the school population.

The main objectives of the post are to provide 1st, 2nd Line ICT Support across the school organisation, assist with planning and development of strategic and technical programmes and be accountable for resolution of assigned ICT incidents, problems and changes within the school organisation and associates where appropriate.

You will be expected to utilise the IT Service Management Toolset to effectively manage user-based problems, incidents and changes, undertake duties in line with ITIL Framework where appropriate and contribute to the planning, development, design, organisation and monitoring of support systems / procedures / policies.  You will also be required to interface with all members of the school population to inform, assist, report and resolve ICT matters where appropriate.

If you would like further information or would like to apply, please download the application form below and email it to Shipley College: cv@shipley.ac.uk

Closing date:   9.00am on Monday 31 January 2022
Interviews:   w/c 7 February 2022
Required asap

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