Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys we strive to equip our students for a full and constructive place in society, to help them to be adaptive, to exercise critical judgement and to be prepared for the rapidly changing requirements of the twenty-first century.
- Acting as first-line support for students and staff who may be experiencing technical problems.
- Ensure that school IT systems are in full working order, clean and ready to use for administration and curriculum purposes.
- Work with teachers, non-teaching and learning support staff and pupils to develop their
- IT skills.
- Develop and maintain an appropriate level of expertise in the IT systems commonly used in the school in order to install and configure standard workstations, peripherals and software.
- Maintain an accurate database of school IT hardware and software including storing documentation and licences.
- Assist with display and school events, some of which may occur in the evening.
- Carry out basic administration within the department.
- Other tasks as required to support the school’s IT Systems Manager and the school’s IT infrastructure.
- Please note that these duties will develop over time as the requirement of the school varies.
Experience of problem solving technical issues
Experience with OS configuration
Experience with Windows network environments
Experience with Networking
Excellent communication and listening skills
Independently research and implement IT solutions
Good time management and organisational skills
Ability to think creatively and solve basic problems
Ability to explain technical problems in a way that those without technical knowledge can understand
Ability to relate to students in a pleasant and sympathetic manner and to recognise potential safeguarding issues
At least 5 GSCE’s, including English and Maths at GCSE grade C (grade: 9-4) or above.
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