Information Technology Assistant

Job Level
Entry-level position
Job Category
  • Technology
Job Status
Areas of Responsibility
  • Information Technology

The school requires an Information Technology Assistant who will demonstrate the following skills and qualities:

a diploma in Information Technology that includes networking establishment and maintenance, viz: Multipoint Server Systems, Windows Server and Exchange Server software, programs and device configuration, wireless systems, basic VMWare knowledge, etc.
personal drive and energy, initiative, an ability to work without close supervision,
a willingness to work with other people in finding solutions to information technology challenges, and
a full understanding of the need for professionalism in all aspects of the position.
The primary responsibilities of the Information Technology Assistant will be to work closely with the teaching and administrative staff in their use of computers and related hardware and software, thereby ensuring that they are supported in all the practical components of their work. The appointee will report directly to the Director of Technical Services in respect of day-to-day duties and responsibilities.

The school will only consider applications from candidates with the minimum qualification of a National Senior Certificate and a Diploma in Information Technology.

In addition to a competitive remuneration package and the usual fringe benefits, the school offers a pleasant working environment. The date of assumption of duties will be subject to negotiation but it is expected that this will be on or before 1 August 2016.

A letter of application, together with a detailed curriculum vitae and two recent testimonials, should be e-mailed (or delivered) to the Headmaster before 8 July 2016. Emailed applications should include the words INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ASSISTANT in the subject line.

Please note – incomplete applications will not be considered. Short-listed applicants will be contacted to arrange an interview.


The submission of an application in no way guarantees that an applicant will be interviewed.
The school reserves the right not to make an appointment.
The school reserves the right to re-advertise this vacancy should it be in the school’s interests to do so.