IT Solutions Technician Apprenticeship INSPIRE ATA LIMITED
You will be responsible for a breadth of supporting tasks, relating to hardware, software, and most importantly assisting and supporting your colleagues with their many IT queries. You may not always have the answer to every question, but in this role, you will be fully supported to find out the answers, and truly learn from your experiences.
Closing date: 29 Jul 2022
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).
Total hours per week: 33.00
Possible start date
05 Sep 2022
24 Feb 2022
Level 3 (A level)
Support IT guru providing day to day assistance across the group, especially responding to “Help Desk” requests and issues from members of the wider team and Foster Parents. Also supporting with social media and website updates.
Duties will include:
- Respond in a timely way to Help Desk requests from staff and Foster Parents; working through requests and training and where possible supporting in training/ one to one IT sessions
- Work with recruitment team across the group on Social Media advertising ensuring these are up to date, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Blogs etc.
- Assist design, placing and monitoring all general advertisements for the organisation with the recruitment team
- Prepare all material (and equipment) needed for events and exhibitions when requested
- Assist in maintaining and updating the company’s website in line with group/sector related news and celebrations.
- Work as directed to support the day to day IT needs of the group.
- Support the bespoke data management system “Charms”
- Coordinate social events and group celebrations including any youth participation events if and when required as it relates to technology
- To attend meetings as required including team meetings, supervision etc.
Aims and Objectives of Xcel 2000 and Diverse Care (The Hazel Project):
- To provide a full fostering service for children and young people of all ages with the aim of rehabilitation (where appropriate), short or long term care or preparation for independence
- An initial induction period including introduction to the company’s procedures and policies, meeting the organisation’s staff and foster carers visiting work settings as well as an appreciation of the company’s overall aims and objectives. The induction will also include specific reference to the company’s vision including the recruitment strategy and Business Plan. Further development needs will be considered as part of the Staff Appraisal Scheme and the post holder’s personal development plan
- It is the nature of The Hazel Project that tasks and responsibilities are in many circumstances unpredictable and varied. All employees are therefore expected to work in a flexible way when the occasion arises and undertake tasks that are not specifically covered in their job description
Requirements and prospects
- Knowledge of the basic principles of the Children Act 1989 with regard to child protection.
- Google suite or other cloud based applications.
- Knowledge of the general administrative requirements of a fostering organisation.
- Google suite or other cloud based applications
- Working in an office environment.
- Supervising staff.
- Dealing with personal and confidential information.
Key Skills/ Abilities:
- Good written and oral communication.
- Good computer skills.
- An ability to prioritise work.
- Supervisory skills.
- An ability to liaise with social workers, foster parents and other professionals.
- Work with children and their parents
- Good humour and an ability to relate to people in general and particularly to children and young people including those from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
- A strong team player and willingness to take on work that might be outside the specific job description when required.
- GCSE (or equivalent) Grade A*-C/9-4 in both English and maths
- Educated to ‘A’ level standard, above or equivalent
- Possibility of long term employment on completion of apprenticeship
Things to consider
- Please google the location prior to applying
- Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship
- The Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage guide (ANMW): https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rate
- You will be employed by Inspire ATA, and be placed at Diverse Care Ltd for the duration of your apprenticeship.
About the employer
Inspire ATA Ltd. is a not-for-profit social enterprise set up to make a difference. We specialise in working with a wide range of clients (nationwide) that want to take on excellent Apprentices. We recruit and employ all of our Apprentices and then arrange amazing placements with our partners and clients whilst providing ongoing support. We also arrange and quality assure the training through our partner apprenticeship training providers.
Our vision is “to inspire ambition and widen horizons” and this is something that is totally embedded in all that we do. Our ATA creates apprenticeship jobs and opportunities that otherwise wouldn’t exist for people, allowing them to raise their aspirations. A lot of our work is with schools, so we love the fact that our Apprentices go on to inspire children of all ages. We inspire to inspire!
We want to have a positive impact on society with the work we do, and we encourage individuals to be good citizens that contribute to the wider community. Our focus for 2021 is all around the development and wellbeing of our Apprentices – you will often see us use the hashtag #LearnerFirst.
We operate nationally but we are based in Hammersmith & Fulham in London and are the 2021-22 winner of Best Apprenticeship Employer in Central & Greater London.
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IT Solution Technician (Hardware/Software) Level 3 Apprenticeship Standard, including modules to understand the implement the following:
- Apply a range of technical IT skills, including: accessing remote systems; file manipulation; file editing, changing system or application settings; system administration; setting up and upgrading components (infrastructure or software);
- Operate in line with organisational polices, standards, legislation, security requirements, professional ethics, privacy and confidentiality; and understand escalation policies.
- Create and maintain documentation in accordance with best practice, organisational guidance and legislation.
- Identify appropriate technical solutions using both logical and creative thinking.
- Diagnose and understand client requirements and problems using sound analytical and problem solving skills
- Understand why testing is necessary, the need for both functional and non-functional testing, the different types of testing available, including unit testing, integration testing, user acceptance testing and performance testing.
- Communicate effectively in a variety of situations including formal and informally both within their team and externally.
- Operate securely across all their areas of responsibility, in line with organisational guidance and legislation
- Understand the main trends in emerging technologies – including the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, and automation - and the potential implications for digital activities.
- Functional Skills in maths/English if required
IT solutions technician
Level 3 (A level)
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