RISC OS school seeks ICT technicianBy Chris Williams. Published: 10th May 2006, 16:55:49 | Permalink | Printable
Closing date next weekRISC OS powered Knightsfield School is looking for a new part-time ICT technician to join its staff. The school for deaf children, which recently won an IT award, are hoping to employ someone with Acorn and Apple mac experience. Located in Hertfordshire, Knightsfield use some 40 RiscPCs with a collection of Apple Macs to teach in classrooms.
Deputy head Sharon Pointeer said sign language was not a must for the job.
She added: "The hours will be Monday to Friday three hours per day, term time only plus two weeks. Times to be negotiated with the successful candidate. The school is located in Welwyn Garden City and caters for 50 secondary aged hearing impaired pupils."
The closing date for applications is May 16th; see the link below for details.
IT job going at Knightsfield School
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