• Permanent Position

  • A3 (SCP 3 – 4) £20,812 – £21,189 per annum

  • Starting as soon as possible

  • 37 hours per week, all year round

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Trainee Digital Infrastructure Technician

A3 (SCP 3 – 4) £20,812 – £21,189 per annum

Starting as soon as possible

Permanent position

37 hours per week, all year round

Wetherby High School is a forward-thinking school in a semi-rural area of North Leeds. We are proud of our caring and inclusive reputation and have a strong team of professionals committed to developing and delivering a rich learning experience for all our students. Our school community is based upon an inclusive and restorative ethos that we believe best allows every student the opportunity to realise their full potential. This was acknowledged in our latest OFSTED report (2019) when our school was graded as Good with outstanding for Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare.

“Behaviour in and around the school is outstanding. Pupils are courteous, friendly and routinely regulate their own behaviour. Pupils have very high expectations of each other’s behaviour”. OFSTED 2019

The school is in an exciting phase of expansion with increasing numbers on roll and building work due to start on a new building for the school community.

We are now seeking a highly motivated Trainee Digital Infrastructure Technician. The successful candidate will join the Digital Infrastructure Team providing ICT technical support services to students and staff. The ideal candidate will have a keen interest in starting a career in ICT and a passion for working with digital technologies including desktop and laptop computers, tablets, smartphones and printers. We are looking for someone who uses their own initiative, proactively troubleshoots problems and provides a high standard of customer service to the rest of the school community.  The postholder will also be expected in time to become involved in our Coaching programme and House system, after school clubs, further and flexible learning and invigilation duties.

It is essential that the post holder shares our school ethos which is firmly rooted in a restorative approach and the following values: to ‘Know our children well’; to be ‘Partners in Learning’; to develop ‘Character for Achievement’; to ‘Enjoy and Aspire’. We firmly believe that in order to move forwards we need to be prepared and able to ‘do things differently and do different things’.

We significantly invest in the development and training of all colleagues who are equally happy to share their expertise, skills and knowledge across the organisation. If you are looking to be stretched and challenged within a positive and creative staff team and you have a genuine desire to make a positive difference to our children, please submit an application form, covering letter and CV to [email protected]

We promote diversity and want a workforce which reflects the population of Leeds.  This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All successful applications will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring check and satisfactory references. The school has a privacy statement for job applicants which is published on the website.