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As our IT Infrastructure and Estates Project Officer, you will be an integral part of our dynamic team, contributing to the implementation of the Trust's Asset Management System, ensuring the efficiency of IT systems and estates maintenance across our schools. This fixed term role provides a unique opportunity for an individual with recent qualifications in IT to gain practical experience and make a meaningful impact within our educational community.
While initially fixed-term for 3 months, there is potential for extension and future project involvement within the Trust based on performance. Permanent employment possibilities may arise as the Trust's central services function continues to develop. Both full-time and part-time applications will be considered, please note within your application if you wish to be considered on a part-time basis.
How to Apply:
Carefully review the enclosed job description to understand the responsibilities and qualifications required for this role.
If you are a proactive and enthusiastic individual looking to start a career in IT or estates infrastructure project work, we encourage you to submit your application.
Information about the School
Canonium Learning Trust is a charitable educational trust made up of a family of five primary schools in Essex.
It is our purpose to provide every child with the best possible education whilst nurturing their potential and enthusiasm for learning so children leave our schools equipped to tackle future challenges and make positive contributions to society.
Our purpose is underpinned by three principles that explain how our schools work together in partnership.
Our commitment to Opportunity ensures that we work smartly, making the most of every opportunity to provide our pupils with an outstanding, inclusive, and well-rounded educational experience. Collaboration and continuous professional development are key to achieving this goal.
We prioritise Challenge, striking the right balance between autonomy and consistency. Our focus on teaching and learning, combined with a culture of learning among our staff, allows us to continually improve and provide feedback to ensure our pupils' progress.
Integrity is at the heart of our approach. We set high standards for ourselves and our staff, role modelling fairness, respect, and effective communication. We have the courage to do the right thing, resist excuses, and treat others with fairness and respect. We take responsibility and accountability for all our actions.