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Location:
Wakefield, Yorkshire and the Humber
Job type:
Contract
Date Posted:
12 September 2018
reference number:
CJ228168

ICT Technician
Pontefract
Full-time

Do you have a passion for IT? Are you an enthusiastic and motivated ICT Technician with exceptional interpersonal skills? If so, this job is for you.

This job starts in September for a term. The successful applicant will work alongside the ICT team providing a comprehensive and responsive technical support service to one of secondary school settings. You will provide an efficient and customer focused IT support service and will have an interest and knowledge in IT, developed either professionally or personally.

Your duties and responsibilities:
*Being responsible for maintaining local ICT infrastructure and supporting all aspects of teaching and learning, operational requirements and administrative support in the school
*Supporting the development of technology for teaching, learning, communication and administrative functions
*Assisting the ICT Infrastructure Team to provide ICT support to assigned sites across the school.
*To monitor and respond to all queries
*To ensure classroom IT is maintained and ready to be used. This includes projector maintenance/configuration, interactive whiteboard connectivity and audio.
*To manage and assist as necessary in the setup of audio visual equipment, as needed in assemblies, school performances, etc.
*Maintenance of staff devices, ensuring both software and hardware are working so lessons can be delivered.
*Maintenance of student devices. This will require termly checks on the iPad/laptop trolleys and ICT suites to ensure they fully function for students to use.

Requirements:
*Knowledge of current Microsoft Windows and Apple client operating systems.
*Basic understanding of computer network fundamentals and computer components.
*Experience and knowledge with Microsoft Office.
*Ability to communicate effectively with all stakeholders.
*Good analytical and problem solving skills.
*Proactive and keen learner, with a willingness to undertake further training and professional development.
*Ability to prioritise workload and operate without direct supervision.
*Ability to manage maintenance and repair procedures.

Successful candidates will be required to have a valid DBS. For more information on this role, please contact Maria on 0113 2462500.