Senior IT Technician

Required from January 2024

37 hours per week, 40 weeks per year

Grade G, £25,211 – £26,648 pro-rata (Actual Salary) plus excellent Local Government Pension Scheme

We are seeking an experienced IT technician to support St Boniface’s College and Notre Dame.

The successful candidate will be responsible for helping to maintain and support the continuously growing School’s network and IT infrastructure.  The role will encompass network support; software support; Wireless networks; Security and system backups.  The Senior Technician will be the first port of call for IT service requests so will need to have a ‘can do’ attitude, be flexible with a positive and enthusiastic outlook, have the ability to meet deadlines, be adaptable and customer service-focused with boundless energy.

An ability to multi-task, use excellent problem-solving skills and show a self-motivated approach is vital.

Our network team works to support 2 school sites located a few miles apart and there will be a requirement to work at both sites. We are Google schools so experience of this would be advantageous, as would experience of school based programs such as SIMS. Notre Dame and St Boniface’s College are Roman Catholic, single sex schools (girls at Notre Dame and boys at St Boniface) for 11-18 year olds. 

If you feel you have the qualities we are looking for, please visit and use the ‘Quick Apply’ button to create an application form.  More details are available on our vacancies page online at .  Please note that CVs are not accepted.

The school reserves the right to close the vacancy early if sufficient applications are received to proceed to interview. Applicants are encouraged to submit applications swiftly to avoid disappointment.

Closing Date:                                Midnight, Sunday 3rd December 2023

Provisional date for interviews:    December 2023


The school operates a Safeguarding Children Recruitment Policy and is committed to promoting the welfare of young people.  Any successful applicants will be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS disclosure. 

The Job Evaluation Collective Agreement for Support staff has been signed by Plymouth City Council and all vacancies are advertised under the new grading scheme.

Please note that all appointments, for Teaching and Support staff are offered subject to references; it is normal for references to be followed up prior to interview for all candidates invited to interview. Please indicate clearly on your letter of application if you would prefer references not to be contacted unless you are offered the post.

To save the trees we prefer applications to be sent by email to however, if you wish to send a paper copy please send it to Mrs Kate White, Headteacher, at: Notre Dame Plymouth, Looseleigh Lane Derriford Plymouth Devon PL6 5HN

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