ICT Technicians recruitment agency listing
Salaries for ICT Technicians vary from c£17.5k at entry level and up to £26.6k with experience. There are full and part time job opportunities available and typical duties may involve: Setting up computer servers and network, ensuring safe use of the Internet, purchasing hardware and software, training teachers and students, liaising with suppliers.
Usually to be successful in this role, you'll need a working or expert knowledge of:
Operating systems including Windows XP and 7
Desktop deployment technologies (Ghost or Windows Desktop Deployment, etc)
Network protocols: TCP/IP, DNS and DHCP.
Applications: Office (2003, 2007 and 2010)
Ability to co-ordinate the work of a small team and a flexible approach to duties and working hours
Freeware that is popular in education including Moodle, Linux and other Open Source
To secure a job as an ICT Technician contact a specialist Education Recruitment Agency who will have all the necessary contacts and advice. You will probably need experience initially in a different industry sector and once you are in position you could progress your career by gaining a Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) qualification to give you greater flexibility when applying for jobs in the future.