Never a dull moment I can assure you!
On 11 September 2012 21:20, Adam Egan <adam.egan(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Being an IT technician at your school sounds MUCH more interesting
was at my school :(
They had 3 crap servers and the network ran security software called
'Ranger' which slowed things down to a halt.
I think the job mainly consisted of putting paper in the printers and
resetting passwords, the guy always looked very bored anyway.
I did once convince the netadmin to install php and mysql so I could write
him a web-based fault reporting system though :P that's about as
open-source as it got!
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On 6 September 2012 07:05, Chris Snow <cr.snow(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello luggers.
> We want to hire an ICT technician at my place of work (a high school
> in Staffs Moorlands) after the long-standing incumbent left on a
> promotion elsewhere.
> There is a Linux and open-source element (web site is Ubuntu LTS
> server) and we user several open apps running on WIn 7.
> It's predominately a network support, Windows support and systems dev
> role and supporting some in-house VB and ASP.
> There are vanilla windows networks based on 7 and Server 2003,8 and
> one network with RM CC4 management tools sitting on top of Windows.
> Some interesting technologies to work with:VMware (almost all servers
> are virtual), Citrix XenApp (7 servers), SAN, managed wireless
> network. 6 remote sites in the domain
> Pay scale is not fantastic £18.5k ish to start, but it's a good
> environment to work in, an understanding employer and a rewarding job.
> Opportunity to get involved with the school life, foreign trips, days
> out etc. Great boss too, (OK its me).
> Get in touch if interested.
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