About St Michael's Collegiate
St Michael's Collegiate is an outstanding K to 12 Anglican day and boarding school for girls. For over 125 years, young women have been part of an exceptional learning community celebrated for its rich blend of academic excellence, sporting endeavours, creative arts and co-curricular activities. Set in the picturesque city of Hobart, Collegiate provides a world class education in a unique corner of the globe known for itsAbout the role
As part of a dynamic and goal orientated team, the IT Service Support Officer will be responsible for the shared first point of contact (Helpdesk) for all of the School's user's ICT needs. The position places great emphasis on attaining client satisfaction through the provision of reliable resolutions to ensure minimal disruptions to the classroom learning experience and work arena.
The successful person will have had a minimum 12 months previous experience in a desktop/laptop support role, be self-motivated, display initiative, have great communication skills and be supportive of the School's Christian ethos.
This opportunity would appeal to recent graduate and or those looking to learn and expand their skill set.
If you are passionate about IT and helping people to achieve their goals, have a bubbly personality and an ability to relate to people from all walks of life, then we want you!Conditions of Employment
St Michael’s Collegiate School is an organisation committed to Child Protection and to the implementation of Childsafe policies and practices
The successful applicant will be subject to a Working With Vulnerable Persons Check and Criminal History Records Check where applicable. Our organisation undertakes several screening processes to ensure the appropriate protection of children in its care. This includes reference checks, qualification checks and professional registration checks
It is conditional of employment that the successful applicant:
All enquires related to this position should be directed to Tim Innes-Brown, Director of ICT on (03) 6211 4***.
All applications must include:
Applications close 5:00 pm on Monday 20 January 2020.