ICT Technician – Apprentice

Vacancy Details

  • Girls Day School Trust

  • Northwood

IT Infrastructure Technician

To help deliver the School’s aims and objectives by ensuring the provision of efficient and effective ICT facilities and development and support services to promote the School’s teaching and learning, innovation and high performing organisation objectives.

To deliver a responsive, effective and customer focused ICT development and support service within school.

To be responsible for all aspects of the technical operation of any school productions, and provide technical expertise to all users, including school, visiting companies and external hires.

  • To provide first line support to students and staff for hardware, software, audio visual, photocopiers and online services.
  • To assist students and staff with technical issues with devices and provide solutions.
  • To submit and track warranty and insurance claims and liaise with external companies.
  • To setup and organise repairs and service callouts for various computing, audio visual or photocopying equipment.
  • 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 be aware of and abide by the Schools’ health and safety procedures and policies.
General requirements

All school staff are expected to:

  1. Work towards and support the school vision and the current school objectives outlined in the School Development Plan.
  2. Willingness to contribute to the school’s programme of extracurricular activities, if required.
  3. Support and contribute to the school’s responsibility for safeguarding students.
  4. Work within the school’s health and safety policy to ensure a safe working environment for staff, students and visitors
  5. Work within the GDST’s Diversity Policy to promote equality of opportunity for all students and staff, both current and prospective.
  6. Maintain high professional standards of attendance, punctuality, appearance, conduct and positive, courteous relations with students, parents and colleagues.
  7. Engage actively in the performance review process.
  8. Adhere to policies as set out in the GDST Council Regulations, ORACLE and GDST circulars.
  9. Undertake other reasonable duties related to the job purpose required from time to time.
  10. Be a positive role model to staff and pupils.
  11. Adhere to the School’s dress-code.

Northwood College for Girls, Maxwell Road, Northwood, HA6 2YE