Pay: LBR5 pt 22 - £21,588 pro rata
Required: Immediate start
Hours: 35 per week, 44.2 weeks per year 8.00 a.m. – 4 p.m. (one hour for lunch)
We would like to appoint a self-motivated, hard working person with excellent ICT skills, technical knowledge and experience of working in school settings to provide support to our staff and pupils.
You will be involved in developing and monitoring the ICT network and be responsible for maintaining ICT equipment and resources. You will provide support to teachers in the classroom as required and be willing to provide training to staff and pupils.
You will need good communication skills, as well as good literacy and numeracy skills, an ability to relate well to children and adults and be able to work under pressure. Evidence of this will be expected. Experience of working in a school environment is essential for this post.
If you have a good knowledge of ICT and are able to prioritise, plan and organise your workload, you could be the person to join us at this friendly and focused school.
To apply for this post, please download the attached application form, job description and person specification.
The closing date for receiving completed applications is Monday 9th December 2013 at 12pm. Interviews will take place on Friday 13th December 2013.
Redbridge is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Such posts will require a DBS disclosure check and references will be taken up prior to interview.
Embracing diversity and promoting equalities for all.
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This is an exciting, thriving, innovative, large, culturally diverse community school within the London Borough of Redbridge in Essex. As a brand new school we opened with 4 classes in September 2007, and have expanded at a fast rate to 27 classes (5 in year 1) and a large nursery. When fully occupied by September 2014, we will have 29 classes across the school with pupils between the ages of 3-11 years. Currently there are waiting lists in most year groups, as the school's reputation within the local area goes from strength to strength. The fun, energetic and hard working staff team takes pride in its work, which is shared by our well behaved pupils, active parents and committed governors. The majority of our pupils will move to Valentines High School when they leave us in Year 6.
We share this amazing site with a superb Children’s Centre, and also have access to the newly opened Jack Carter Centre, with its fantastic sports provision.
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