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St John’s Catholic Comprehensive School

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ICT Technician

Kent Range 3- 5 (depending on experience)

Required for January 2020

St John’s is a successful co-ed Catholic school with over 1150 pupils including c.250 in the Sixth Form. We have a very strong Catholic ethos and pride ourselves in being a warm and welcoming community. Our 2019 Progress 8 score of +0.40 is the fourth consecutive year of the school achieving a positive score on this key performance measure and a wonderful reflection of the talented and dedicated students and staff we have in the school.  GCSE results exceed all targets with 60% of students achieving a grade 4+ in both English and Maths in 2019.

We are looking to recruit a highly motivated, ICT Technician who is looking to join our extremely successful Technical team. The successful candidate will work between the primary and secondary school sites. You will work alongside the Technical Support line manager and other experienced Technicians to deliver an efficient support service across the two schools. Ideally the successful candidate would already have experience of providing high quality technical support.

It is envisaged that the successful applicant would be highly motivated, work well as part of a team, in addition to being extremely organised and thorough in their work. If you would like any further information or would like to arrange a tour of the school, please do not hesitate to get in contact with our Operations Manager, Mrs Lynn O’Neill, via the email address below.

Closing date: Midday Friday 10th January 2020

Interviews to take place week beginning Monday 13th January 2020.

Applications to Mrs O’Neill:




37 hours per week

8.00am – 4pm Monday - Thursday

8.30am – 3.30pm Friday

Term Time Only + 5 staff development days/Twilights

Salary will be Kent Range 3, Actual Salary per annum £14,700 (FTE £17,365)

An opportunity has arisen within our Support Staff structure for the right candidate to join our Learning Support Team. .

We are looking for a caring, understanding and pro-active candidate to support our visually impaired students so that they may achieve their academic potential. Emphasis is placed on the appropriate personalised strategies and interventions for each student, which will enable them to successfully manage their social, emotional and academic development.

The successful candidate will need to integrate within our friendly team as well as needing excellent communication skills to develop a good relationship with students and staff.

Experience of working in a similar role in an educational setting is essential. Successful applicants will be expected to undertake a DBS check.

If you are interested in this role, please contact Rebecca Giles at the e-mail address:

Closing date: Monday 4th November 2019

Interviews TBC