ICT Technician

Grade: Grade E/F (£22, 777 – £27,852 per annum) 

Hours: 37 hours per week, Whole Time 

Contract: Permanent 

Location: St Leonard’s Catholic School, North End, Durham DH1 4NG 

Bishop Wilkinson Catholic Education Trust is a family of secondary, middle, primary and first schools in Durham, Gateshead, Northumberland and Sunderland. Bishop Wilkinson is the largest catholic education trust in the North East of England. 

The successful candidate will have: 

  • A relevant ICT qualification or equivalent work experience 
  • Some experience or knowledge of working in a technical support role, including hardware/software/operations and systems including network and server experience 
  • A good understanding of networks and experience with Windows Server, Active Directory, DHCP and DNS 
  • An understanding and working knowledge of all ICT hardware, and PC applications/operating systems such as but not limited to Windows 10 and Office 365 

It is envisaged that you will be based within the Trust Schools within County Durham area, however you may be required to travel to schools within the Trust and must be able to meet the travel requirements of the post (car milage allowance is payable). 

To complete an application form please download the application pack below and return your completed application form to recruitment@bwcet.com prior to the closing date.

Closing date: Sunday 8th January 2023 

Interview date: TBC 

The Bishop Wilkinson Catholic Education Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and is subject to an enhanced DBS check. 

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