Website Woodmansterne School
IT Technician sought for all phases of all-through school in Streatham
Salary: NJC Scale 5 – points 12 to 15 (£26544 – £28005 per annum) – pro rata for part-year working
Position details: Full-time; 39 weeks per year (during school times)
To start: April 2021, or as soon as possible
For further details or to arrange a school visit: Please contact Vicki Mitchell (Head’s PA) by telephone on 020 8764 1825 or by email
To apply: All applications must use the forms supplied below and be submitted using the ‘Apply for Job’ button below – please do not submit CVs, as these cannot be accepted
Applications close: 9am, Monday 8th February 2021
Interviews: week ending Friday 12th February 2021
We are looking for a motivated IT Technician who will play an integral part in ensuring all members of our school community can work effectively using our current and future IT systems.
We are looking for an energetic, reliable, flexible person who is able to work on their own initiative to join our team of hard working and committed staff.
You will be fundamental in contributing to this vibrant local community within the Local Authority’s first all-through school for children and young people aged 3 to 19 in South London.
Woodmansterne has a diverse and vibrant community and as a school we benefit from a rich variety of cultures and traditions. As a growing school, we are looking to extend our team further and employ exceptional staff who share our values and determination to ensure that Woodmansterne pupils receive a first-class education.
We are looking for an IT Technician who can:
- support the ICT Infrastructure Manager as directed to provide quality IT services and to assist in the efficient operation of the school;
- maintain and install classroom and office computers, interactive whiteboards and ICT resources/software;
- provide a friendly service to pupils, parents and staff, with a positive, flexible and can-do attitude;
- become familiar with the software and cloud platforms used within the school and provide user support to staff and pupils;
- communicate effectively in a variety of situations – verbal and written;
- work constructively as part of a team and commit to the school’s ethos, aims and school environment with a positive, flexible can-do attitude;
- work under pressure in a constantly changing and demanding environment, prioritising conflicting work demands
Our strong and experienced leadership team are committed to providing an exceptional and enriching education for all our young people.
Woodmansterne School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers or external agencies to share this commitment – successful candidates will be asked to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check; further information can be found at www.gov.uk
Woodmansterne School is an equal opportunities employer and particularly encourages applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, as these groups are underrepresented throughout education nationally.