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IT Support Services and Network Manager
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IT Support Services and Network Manager

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Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College

Leeds, West Yorkshire

£31,365 to £37,199 per annum
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
As soon as possible
Apply by:
5 February 2018

Job overview

An excellent opportunity has arisen at this highly successful Catholic Sixth Form College located in the Universities area of Leeds. The College is rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, is established in the top 15% of all sixth form colleges for value added and is heavily oversubscribed.

Applications are invited from enthusiastic, committed, and well-qualified candidates to join as soon as possible in the following post:

IT Support Services and Network Manager

SFCA scale point 39 to 46, £31,365 to £37,199 per annum

The Governors seek to appoint a suitably qualified person to manage and lead our IT Support Services and IT Network. You will be based within the IT Department, managing a small team and supporting cross-college IT services, ensuring the smooth-running of the IT Network for all users.

Appointments will be made on the Sixth Form Colleges’ Association pay spine.

For further details, please download our application pack below.

Closing date: Noon on Monday, 5th February, 2018.

It is intended that interviews will take place week ending 9th February 2018.

The College is committed to Safeguarding and promotes the welfare of young people and expects all staff, students and volunteers to share this commitment. All appointments are subject to satisfactory references and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

In promoting equal opportunities we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Attached documents

About Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College

Our Mission and Ethos

Our mission inspired by the Christian tradition is to be a community based on faith, hope and love; developing each individual intellectually, emotionally and spiritually to achieve their full potential.

To achieve this we will:

· Provide a welcoming, supportive community where everyone is valued.

· Provide a high quality, meaningful education which encourages the development of the whole person, inspired by the Notre Dame tradition.

· Promote a caring environment, rooted in the virtues of service, kindness, gratitude and respect.

· Work together for the benefit of each person as well as the wider community.

· Recognise, celebrate and treasure, without exception, the unique gifts and dignity of each person, ensuring equality and fairness for all, as found in the teaching and example of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

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Applications closed