Junior ICT Technician
King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls
- Job type:
- Full Time, Permanent
- Start date:
- 8th January 2018
- Apply by:
- 29 November 2017
Junior ICT Technician
Required for 8th January 2018
Grade 2, point 14, £16,781 (Term time only)
Monday – Thursday 8:00am – 16:00pm and Friday 8.00am – 3.00pm inc. 30min lunch break.
Responsible to the ICT Networks and Systems Manager.
We are seeking to recruit a full time, permanent Junior ICT Technician from 8thJanuary 2018. The successful candidate will be joining an outstanding girls’ grammar school which is one of the King Edward VI Grammar schools in Birmingham within the King Edward VI Academy Trust.
The School has been graded ‘Outstanding’ five times by Ofsted and is noted for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
This is an excellent opportunity for an innovative and creative ICT technician to join the school to work with the ICT Networks and Systems Manager and the Senior ICT Technician.
Please download the job description and person specification from our website. Applications can be made by sending a completed application form, application letter including the names and addresses of two referees, to the Headmistress, Mrs A Whittall. The letter should outline your experience to date and what you would offer to the development of ICT within a school context.
About King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls
- King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls
- Rose Hill Road, Birmingham
- West Midlands
- B21 9AR
- United Kingdom
King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls is a secondary grammar school in Birmingham, operating under the Schools of King Edward VI in Birmingham organisation. Since 2011, King Edward VI Handsworth School has held academy status. There are 1274 pupils aged 11-18 on the school roll, 380 of whom are in the sixth form.
The school was founded in 1911 by the merger of three pre-existing schools. Designed by architect PB Chatwin, King Edward VI Handsworth School then cost the very high figure of £50,000 to build.
Extensive renovations have been undertaken on the grammar school’s historic buildings, while new facilities include a library, science building, state-of-the-art sports hall along with a new dining room and Gym facility. A neighbouring church has been transformed into its music centre. The long-running school magazine is known as The Beacon.
Mrs Amy Whittall
Values and vision
The motto of King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls is "Love of learning, pride in diversity, excellence for all", which is demonstrated through the positive, inclusive atmosphere. The school takes a forward-thinking approach to education, implementing Guy Claxton’s Building Learning Power strategies to great effect.
King Edward VI Handsworth School provides its students with a well-rounded education that prepares them for academic success and independent thought. Almost 100% of sixth-form students go on to university, with many studying at Oxbridge and Russell Group institutions.
The secondary school is a specialist performing arts college, and since 2010 has had a further specialism in science.
“Almost all students make expected progress in both English and mathematics and a very high proportion make more than expected progress in these subjects compared to national figures. There is no significant difference between the rates of progress of students from different ethnic backgrounds.”
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