IT Service Support Engineer

George Watson’s College is looking to appoint an IT Service Support Engineer. You will be part of a talented, supportive and collaborative team, providing 1st and 2nd line IT support to approximately 500 GWC Staff and 2500 Pupils. As the IT Service Support Engineer, you will deliver prompt and professional service by taking responsibility for each reported issue and escalating when necessary.

The IT Service Support team is responsible for all end user hardware and software across a large campus of 26 buildings which includes lots of offices, classrooms, event spaces and workrooms, so the day to day work is varied and interesting. It’s a busy environment with a focus on supporting and enhancing learning and teaching as well as core operations. This role uniquely offers lots of opportunities to directly influence and drive change through individual and team projects.

George Watson’s College prides itself on supporting and developing their teams. As such, you will be expected to participate in training and personal development relevant to the role.

Hours of work will be 38.75 hours per week.  The annual leave entitlement is seven weeks per year.  The salary for this position will be in the Grade 3 range which currently stands at £26,010 - £30,804 (based on 36.25 hours per week). This equates to £27,803 - £32,928.

The position is full-time on a permanent basis

Other benefits include:

  • Automatic enrolment in the contributory support staff defined contribution pension scheme 
  • Reduced school fees at George Watson’s College for children of staff
  • Membership of the Galleon Club (the School’s Fitness Club)

APPLICATION PROCESS

To apply, please send a letter of application of not more than 800 words giving us more information about you, your skills and experience and why you are suited to this role and why you would like the role, addressed to Miss Karen McPhillips, Head of IT Services. The letter, completed application form, diversity monitoring form and an up to date CV should be sent to and must reach Mrs Jane Robinson, Head of Human Resources by email (vacancies@gwc.org.uk) no later than noon on Friday 21st January 2022

Closing date: Noon on Friday 21st January 2022

Interviews are planned to take place on Thursday 27th January 2022 and these are likely to take the form of video calls using Google Meet.

Job Description (PDF)

Application Form (DOCX)

Diversity Monitoring Form (DOCX)