Warning - This Vacancy is now Closed!
Start Date:Apr 2011
Interviews:4 March 2011
Application Close Date:25/02/2011 at 00:00
IT Network Manager required as soon as possible to join our happy and successful team.
37 hours per week, Mon-Fri, 42 weeks per year
KS7, point 20: £18,263 p.a. (pro rata for a full time salary of £20,262)
The role is to ensure the day to day running of computer networks and associated technologies to achieve a high level of availability and reliability to staff and students. Experience working in an education environment is desirable and the applicant should be in sympathy with the ethos of a church school.
Further details and an application form are available for download at http://www.st-johns-school.org.uk/index.php?inc=567
Please email applications to email@example.com
This school and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young persons. Any offer of employment is subject to satisfactory references, health clearance, probationary period,enhanced CRB check and the Immigration, Asylum and nationality Act 2006.
St John''s Primary School is a Voluntary Controlled Church of England School situated on the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells. Christian values are at the heart of all we do and our Christian ethos is very strong. We have strong links with our parent Church of St John''s and enjoy the excellent relationship we have with them.
Everything we do here at St John’s is for your child’s benefit. We believe that every child is an individual, and so we try to develop individual talents and personalities, as well as stressing the importance of self-discipline and independence. Our children are encouraged to fully participate in all school life has to offer them.
Mrs S King
Cunningham Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN4 9EW
Telephone: 01892 678980
Fax: 01892 678989
School Type: Primary
Website: Visit our website, http://st-johns-school.org.uk/index.php
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