Working at Oxford High School is stimulating, extremely varied and tremendous fun. We are a dynamic and creative school with exceptional academic results. Our students are spirited, enthusiastic and passionate about learning. Our staff are people who feel equally passionate – about the subjects they teach, the extracurricular clubs they lead and the professional pride they take in their roles. Working at Oxford High gives you plenty of opportunities to get involved in school life beyond the curriculum and because we believe that adults should be learners too, we are committed to investing in your personal development through training and learning initiatives and via the GDST network. Our current job vacancies are listed below.
Full time, all year round
Salary: GDST Grade 3 £17,328 – £20,900 p/a
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced IT Technician to play a key role in the IT support team at our leading independent day school in the heart of Oxford.
Our network is based on Windows 10 PCs with MS Server 2012 servers with MS Office 2016 Professional, O365, GAFE and subject related software. Oxford High School has 500 Windows PCs, 300 iPads, 200 Chromebooks and other mobile devices. As a school we are keen to invest in the technologies that make the most difference in the classroom and are not tied to any particular solution.
As the IT Technician, you will maintain the School’s IT systems and assist with installing new and upgraded IT systems to ensure their integrity. The role will also involve providing technical advice to colleagues, working to ensure IT issues are resolved and developing procedures to ensure the smooth running of IT systems.
To be successful in this role, you will have a strong technical understanding of IT systems, including Microsoft operating systems, and proven experience of delivering customer focused IT services.
IT is central to the whole process of teaching and learning at the School. If you have the in depth knowledge of IT technologies and attention to detail, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Applications should be returned electronically to the Headmaster, Dr Philip Hills at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the DBS.