Salary: Scale 3 Pt 5 £22,800
Start date: ASAP
Contract type: Full time
Contract term: Permanent, subject to enhanced DBS
School 21 is a pioneering 4-18 school in Stratford, East London that has a
growing reputation for innovation and excellence. We are building a great team
of people who are innovative, practical and determined to deliver for our
We are looking to recruit an IT Technician to join the IT department of a 21st century school which is passionate about integrating technology into education and doing something great with it.
To provide first and second line support to students and staff for hardware, software, audio visual, photocopiers and online services.
To assist with the setting up, maintenance and repair of hardware, audio visual equipment and networking devices.
To install and configure software applications.
To assist with the upkeep of the school IT inventory.
To help produce and maintain IT reports, checklists and other documentation as necessary.
To help maintain appropriate stock levels of peripherals and consumables and to raise purchase orders as necessary.
To maintain satisfactory standards of safety and security in relation to computer rooms and equipment.
To setup and organise repairs and service call outs for various computing, audio visual or photocopying equipment.
To be aware of and abide by the School's health and safety procedures and policies.
To undertake any other relevant duties as may reasonably be requested by the Network Manager and Senior Leadership team.
A willingness to learn and develop in the role.
This job will be right for you if:
You have a can-do spirit and are up for a new challenge.
You have good attention to detail and enjoy seeing things through.
You are comfortable multi-tasking.
School 21 has built strong foundations in a short period of time, confirmed by
our recent Ofsted which was outstanding in all categories. There was strong
recognition for the ethos and approach of the school:
"Pupils across the school make exceptional progress."
“Staff morale is exceptionally high. Teachers at the early stages of their career
value the ‘fantastic’ professional development and opportunities to learn from
each other. Those with more experience said that they have become much
better teachers since joining the school.”
"Pupils have excellent attitudes to learning, impeccable manners and show
respect for everyone.”
Through project-based learning "pupils achieve remarkable standards of work
and demonstrated knowledge and skills at levels beyond those expected for
their age group."
“Pupils talk and discuss with a maturity and confidence that is remarkable for
School 21 is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding
Apply by: 9:00 16th August 2019 Likely interview date: Monday 19th August 2019