- Job role
- Education support
- Computing, ICT
- Working pattern
- Will consider full time, part time, term time
The current hours for this role are 36 per week over 52 weeks per year, however, consideration can be given to those requesting a more flexible approach. Please ensure this is outlined within your letter of application.
- Contract type
- £27,991 - £30,510 FTE
Thamesmead School is looking to appoint a highly motivated and dynamic individual capable of ensuring our students and staff receive an effective and consistent level of IT support across the school.
The role of Assistant System Manager is an important one. The successful candidate will assist the System Manager in the maintenance of the School’s IT networks and systems to ensure that they are effective in supporting teaching, learning and administration. You would provide day to day technical support for all users in order to ensure they can make optimum use of the school’s IT networks and systems, associated hardware and software. The role would be of great value to someone keen to enhance their skills and experience within an IT setting.
The role is currently 36 hours over 52 weeks, however, consideration can be given for those looking for part time/term time opportunities. Please ensure you outline your requirements within your application.
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
- School size
- 1023 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
About Thamesmead School
The school is situated to the West of London with good rail and road access. Our location means our staff enjoy living in areas such as West and South West London, Surrey and Berkshire making fantastic choices for city, suburban or rural living available.
Thamesmead is a vibrant and successful school. In 2019 our students gained strong GCSE results. 85% of students gained a 4 grade or higher in English and Maths and 58% of students achieved a grade 5 or higher in English and Maths. 83% achieved 5 GCSEs or more graded at 4 or above.
"Pupils behave well, are co-operative and respectful towards their teachers and each other. Strong leadership aims to ensure that the school provides the best possible standards of teaching and learning."- Ofsted.