Vacancy IT Engineer

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The Education Alliance

Key Details

Based at: The Snaith School

Location: Snaith, East Yorkshire, DN14 9LB

To start: ASAP

Salary: £30,169 per annum

Hours: 37 hours per week

Application deadline: 9:00 am on 26th May 2022 ⏱ ENDS SOON

Supporting Documents

IT Engineer -JD

IT Engineer PS


Application Form - Associate


The Education Alliance

About The Education Alliance

The Education Alliance Multi-Academy Trust was established in 2015 so that South Hunsley School and Sixth Form College could support the setting up of Hunsley Primary School, the East Riding’s first and only Free School. In February 2016, Malet Lambert School, an 11-16 school in Hull, joined the trust and the following year, Driffield School and Sixth Form joined as a sponsored academy. The Snaith School, an 11-16 school joined us in April 2019 and the latest school to join the trust was North Cave CE Primary School in November 2019. In addition to the six schools, South Hunsley School is also The lead in Wolds Associate Research School. The trust also operates Yorkshire Wolds Teacher Training, the only SCITT based in East Yorkshire, which is training a new generation of primary and secondary teachers in East Riding and Hull.

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The Snaith School

About The Snaith School

The Snaith School has around 900 students and joined The Education Alliance family in 2019. It has a strong reputation for academic excellence and a clear focus on pastoral care.

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The Education Alliance are seeking to appoint an IT Engineer to work as part of the trust central team to support the IT infrastructure, Including LAN, WAN, WiFi, Server, Storage and IT assets, supporting all schools within the trust. The role will be based at The Snaith School in Goole, however you will be required to travel to other sites where required. The role is 37 hours per week, all year round. Your actual salary is SCP25, £30,169 per annum and you will be entitled to 25 days annual leave + bank holidays.

You will be the local IT support team’s escalation link for resolving 2nd/3rd line issues effectively, to allow the on-site teams to efficiently manage 1st/2nd line queries. The role is solutions and problem-solving oriented, working closely with the local IT support team, the central IT team, and the IT Director to provide an outstanding IT Support service. Previous senior IT support experience is essential, for the day-to-day running of the School’s IT and infrastructure including systems, software as well as maintaining networks across the trust.

If you are interested in working alternative hours to what is advertised, please get in touch and we are happy to explore this further with you.


Your knowledge, skills and experience:

What can we offer you?

Why choose us?

The Education Alliance consists of two primary schools and four secondary schools. Two of our schools, South Hunsley & Driffield School also have sixth form colleges. Teachers and associate staff benefit from sharing best practice from a wide range of expertise across each school. Staff benefit from joint training and a collaborative approach, leading to a richer experience for both staff and students.

The trust is dedicated to developing, growing and retaining talented leaders and staff across the trust and invests heavily in staff development. As the trust has developed, a wealth of opportunities for staff have arisen, enabling us to develop exciting career paths for those who work within the trust beyond those in a traditional, stand-alone academy or school.

The Education Alliance is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service is required prior to appointment.


How To Apply

To apply, please complete an application form which can be found in the Supporting Documents section.

Completed applications should be returned to and should be received no later than 09:00am on Tuesday 7th June 2022.