Churchill College are a modern and forward thinking college in a central Cambridge location, who are committed to development.
To further increase the skills and resources of the team, the College is creating a new role of Assistant Computer Officer Apprentice.
In this role you will work alongside the existing Assistant Computer Officers in a first line support capacity, whist also being able to take part in more complex works and projects when available. Whilst prior knowledge in the industry is desirable, we are also very open to all candidates who show a strong interest in the IT industry.
£21,406 per annum.
- The Assistant Computer Officer Apprentice will be responsible for providing first-line IT support and assistance, by telephone, MS Teams, emails and in person for Students, Staff and Fellows of the College.
It also includes the extra responsibilities of routine system administration, including but not limited to:
- Deployment of workstations
- Management of data backups
- Management of public computer rooms, and the provisioning of user training documentation.
The role is sometimes required to deal with highly sensitive and/or confidential data in the execution of these duties, so being able to approach these with professionalism and maintain absolute confidentiality is key.
Desirable skills & Personal qualities:
- Ability to work to deadlines and prioritise workloads independently
- Ability to follow defined procedures
- Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team
- Remains calm under pressure
- Able to maintain confidentiality
- Willingness to work flexibly
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Attention to detail and accurate record keeping
- Willingness to learn and take on new challenges
- 3 GCSE's (or equivalent) at grades 4+ (A-C) in any subject
- GCSE Maths and English (or equivalents) at grades 3+ (D or above)
- Prospective apprentices must not hold an existing qualification at the same or higher level as this apprenticeship is in a similar subject
You may also have a combination of qualifications and experience which demonstrate the minimum foundation needed for the programme. In this instance you could still be considered for the programme.
If you hold international equivalents of the above qualifications, at the time of your application you must be able to provide an official document that states how your international qualifications compare to the UK qualifications.
For more information, please visit the UK ENIC website.
- The College provides a generous pension scheme with maximum employer contributions of 14%
- A healthcare cash-plan, which includes cover for dental and optical treatment and access to wellbeing services
- 33.5 days of annual leave (including public holidays per annum)
- A meal on duty
- Free parking
- Social and sporting facilities, including free use of the College gym
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