ICT Network Engineer

  • Organisation: Harrow School
  • Location: North West London
  • Salary info Competitive
  • Tenure: Full-time
  • Closing Date: Tuesday 28 February 2023

The ICT Network Engineer provides efficient and customer-friendly ICT network engineering support services.

Full time, average of 40 hours per week

The role: The ICT Network Engineer provides efficient and customer-friendly ICT network engineering support services. You will monitor the School’s defined network services, publicly accessible network services, active directory service Microsoft 365 admin portal and school internet connectivity and resolve issues to ensure that they operate effectively at all times.

The skills: You will have experience managing network switches using a GUI or CLI. as well as experience with managing the switch hardware. This is a friendly site with a wide range of stakeholders such as teachers, colleagues, boys and suppliers, so you will build professional working relationships of mutual respect with your contacts and establish your reputation as a calm, reliable and knowledgeable IT specialist. You will enjoy being a supportive team member in a busy workplace as part of our vibrant community.

The environment: Harrow School is situated within a beautiful site in Harrow on the Hill, northwest London, and is one of the best-known schools in the world, with around 840 boys studying at Harrow. The ICT network covers the whole School site: every boy has a computer, every teacher and some of the support staff have networked computers in their School accommodation (over a two-square-mile radius), and many support staff have a networked computer in their area of work. The ICT department (a team of ten) is responsible for the development and maintenance of Harrow School’s computing, network, audio-visual and telephone facilities. There are over 1,500 PCs and mobile computers, spread over 60 buildings.

The benefits include:

· free lunch

· free parking

· automatic enrolment in the School’s pension scheme

· use of the School’s sports facilities such as the swimming pool, gym, and running track.

· subsidised membership of the tennis, golf, angling and social clubs.

For a detailed job description and application form visit www.harrowschool.org.uk/contact/work-at-harrow For any questions email the HR department at recruitment@harrowschool.org.uk.

Applications will be processed as they are received, and we may interview suitable candidates before the closing date; therefore early application is advised.

Equality, diversity and inclusion are values that are important to us at Harrow. We believe in diversity of thought and actively welcome everyone regardless of their background to bring their valuable and relevant skills to our community.

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All successful applicants must be willing to undergo enhanced child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with any past employer and the Disclosure and Barring Service, and it is an offence to apply for the role if the applicant is barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children. No member of staff will be able to start until these checks are complete and this process takes, on average, a month. Please plan accordingly.

www.harrowschool.org.uk

The ICT Network Engineer provides efficient and customer-friendly ICT network engineering support services.


Description

Full time, average of 40 hours per week

The role: The ICT Network Engineer provides efficient and customer-friendly ICT network engineering support services. You will monitor the School’s defined network services, publicly accessible network services, active directory service Microsoft 365 admin portal and school internet connectivity and resolve issues to ensure that they operate effectively at all times.

The skills: You will have experience managing network switches using a GUI or CLI. as well as experience with managing the switch hardware. This is a friendly site with a wide range of stakeholders such as teachers, colleagues, boys and suppliers, so you will build professional working relationships of mutual respect with your contacts and establish your reputation as a calm, reliable and knowledgeable IT specialist. You will enjoy being a supportive team member in a busy workplace as part of our vibrant community.

The environment: Harrow School is situated within a beautiful site in Harrow on the Hill, northwest London, and is one of the best-known schools in the world, with around 840 boys studying at Harrow. The ICT network covers the whole School site: every boy has a computer, every teacher and some of the support staff have networked computers in their School accommodation (over a two-square-mile radius), and many support staff have a networked computer in their area of work. The ICT department (a team of ten) is responsible for the development and maintenance of Harrow School’s computing, network, audio-visual and telephone facilities. There are over 1,500 PCs and mobile computers, spread over 60 buildings.

The benefits include:

· free lunch

· free parking

· automatic enrolment in the School’s pension scheme

· use of the School’s sports facilities such as the swimming pool, gym, and running track.

· subsidised membership of the tennis, golf, angling and social clubs.

For a detailed job description and application form visit www.harrowschool.org.uk/contact/work-at-harrow For any questions email the HR department at recruitment@harrowschool.org.uk.

Applications will be processed as they are received, and we may interview suitable candidates before the closing date; therefore early application is advised.

Equality, diversity and inclusion are values that are important to us at Harrow. We believe in diversity of thought and actively welcome everyone regardless of their background to bring their valuable and relevant skills to our community.

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All successful applicants must be willing to undergo enhanced child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with any past employer and the Disclosure and Barring Service, and it is an offence to apply for the role if the applicant is barred from engaging in regulated activity relevant to children. No member of staff will be able to start until these checks are complete and this process takes, on average, a month. Please plan accordingly.

www.harrowschool.org.uk


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