IT Support Officer
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- Job Listing Date
- 14 Feb 2020
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Information & Communication Technology, Help Desk & IT Support
Kildare College is a Kildare Ministries Catholic Girls College in the Brigidine tradition, educating girls from Year 7 to Year 12. Founded by the Brigidine Sisters in 1966, Kildare College is situated at Holden Hill in the north-eastern suburbs of Adelaide. The college has a current enrolment of 618 students.
The IT Support Officer will be responsible for maintaining technology, devices, peripherals, operating systems, software and applications. They provide technical support to staff and students including training staff in the use of software and hardware. The IT Support Officer is expected to demonstrate problem solving skills, an aptitude for technical and logical thinking skills, as well as the ability to adhere to prioritise to meet deadlines while ensuring attention to detail. This is a service delivery role that is required to meet the needs of all members of the college community.
Qualifications and training:
- Possess post-secondary qualification in IT (desirable)
- First Aid for Schools and Centres
- Screening clearance and a WWC clearance to work in Catholic Education SA.
- Approved Reporting Abuse and Neglect Training.
Your application is to meet the following guidelines:
- A covering letter (maximum 1 page)
- Personal Statement responding to the Key Responsibilities and Duties listed in the Position Information Document (maximum 4 pages)
- A curriculum vitae that includes the name and contact details of 3 current referees
- A completed CESA Declaration Form
The PID and the CESA Declaration Form are available for download from the Kildare College website:
Applications must be submitted in PDF format and be addressed to the Principal via the email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Timeline for Applications
- Applications close 9.00am on Thursday, 27 February 2020
The successful applicant is required to gain a Department of Human Services (DHS) Working with Children Check (WWCC) prior to be employed which is to be renewed every five years before expiry. A current DHS child related employment screening will be recognised as a WWCC until it expires. The incumbent will be required to undertake Responding to Abuse and Neglect (RAN) full day/online training course every three years. For all other special conditions, please refer to the Position Information Document.
- Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check?