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Job Summary

Job Type
ICT Support
Contract Type
Full Time
Contract Term
Start Date
February 2013
Band 4
Closing Date

ICT/Network Manager

Manningtree High School


We are looking to appoint an experienced ICT/ Network Manager with the technical expertise to provide high quality and timely ICT support services throughout the school.
The successful candidate will:
Have a strategic vision for the future use of ICT in school
Be able to troubleshoot ICT problems throughout the range of devices and networking systems
Have a knowledge of technical aspects of ICT including network management and internet technology
Have experience of providing ICT support to users with a range of abilities and understanding
Be enthusiastic about working in a school environment with student learning at the heart of all priorities
Band 4 ú22,221 p.a. 52 weeks a year 37 hours per week.

Closing date 14th January 2013

Manningtree High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Applicants for positions at our school must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Criminal Records Bureau.

Contact Carol Sinclair as soon as possible to receive an application pack or come and visit.


How to Apply


Contact Carol Sinclair for more information.
01206 399624

Visits to the school are welcomed.

Closing Date for Applications: 14-Jan-2013

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Employer Information

Employer Type
Secondary schools
Deborah Hollister
Age Range
Colchester Road
CO11 2BW
01206 392852
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Employer Details

Manningtree High School

11-16 Secondary School

Manningtree High School is a special place with a welcoming atmosphere and a friendly feel. We believe that children achieve their best when they are happy, safe and well known by their teachers and the other adults who work at the school. 850 students from 11-16 means that Manningtree High School is smaller than most other secondary schools, we are very well placed to know the students and how to help them achieve their best.

We recently gained Academy Status and are part of the North East Essex Education Partnership with six other local schools.

Studentsámake good progress at Manningtree. Our success in external examinations is something we are very proud of.

In January 2010 we were especially praised for our outstanding care, guidance and support by Ofsted who also said "students are particularly successful at GCSE".

One of our most recent external recognitions has been for our international work. We have links with schools in China, The Gambia and Namibia with further work planned.