- Job role
- Working pattern
- Part time
- Contract type
- Actual Salary: £16,545 – £17,795 (dependent on experience)
IT Support Engineer – Digital Learning focus
35 hours per week (term time only)
Part time working pattern would be considered
Salary: Scale 5, Points 8 - 11
Actual Salary: £16,545 – £17,795 (dependent on experience)
We are seeking to appoint an IT Support Engineer to undertake front line support for all
hardware and software related to teaching and learning and to work with our IT Manager in
delivery of the technology strategy.
The core purpose of this role involves being responsible for:
• Liaising with teaching staff as first line support to resolve any technology issues raised, ensuring that all issues are logged on the IT helpdesk and appropriate actions taken,
with minimal disruption to teaching and learning.
• Working closely with our IT Manager on the development, implementation and
support of our digital learning strategy.
• Acting as secondary first line support for non-teaching and learning hardware and
• Ensuring all installed software is correctly licensed and installed in line with the
School’s policy on change management and appropriate child protection and online
• Managing and maintaining user accounts across domains and online platforms, in line
with the School's data and security policy.
• Responsibility for maintaining/updating the School’s IT assets and any associated
equipment. Ensuring that the Asset Inventory is kept up to date at all times.
• Providing AV support to departments including projectors, Smart TVs, visualisers and
support with Assemblies.
• Supporting Creative departments with productions, utilising specialist IT and AV
requirements alongside our Performing Arts technician.
• Maintaining comprehensive documentation for all areas of their responsibility.
This job would suit someone who has good communication skills, is organised, has appropriate IT skills and an interest in Education Technology to support our School community and high achieving students. Previous experience in an educational setting is not
necessary but a proven track record covering the required tasks would be expected.
For application information please visit: www.cchs.co.uk/vacancies/
Completed applications to be emailed to: Miss Helen McGrath firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: Frdiay 15th October 2021
Interview date: Week commencing 18th October 2021
The Governing Body is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share in this commitment. The post is subject to an enhanced DBS Clearance.
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- School type
- Academy, ages 11 to 18
- Education phase
- School size
- 1049 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 18
About Chelmsford County High School for Girls
Located in Chelmsford, Essex, Chelmsford County High School for Girls is a selective grammar school for girls aged 11-18. Founded in 1906, it currently has around 900 students.
In early 2011, Chelmsford County High School for Girls converted to academy status. It has seen extensive expansion and development over the years, and recently established a new languages centre.
Chelmsford County High School for Girls has a wide catchment area and high standards for entry. The school does not produce an in-house entrance exam for prospective Year 7 students, instead using the CEM test also in use by a number of other grammar schools. CCHS accepts new entrants to its Sixth Form, with the admissions criteria here being based on GCSE results.
The secondary school has a strong reputation for academic excellence. It maintains this by providing its students with not only a high-quality core curriculum, but also a wide range of extra-curricular activities.
“The school makes excellent use of triple specialist status to improve facilities and curricular opportunities and to forge links with the local community. The school’s partnership with others is highly develop, particularly its links with business, industry and higher education. The school is a founder member of the Consortium for School Improvement, a local group that pioneered the ‘leading from the middle’ programme, which ensures that leadership is strong at all levels.”