Information Systems Officer
£24,415 per annum (starting salary) plus benefits
TThe Education Workforce Council (EWC) is the statutory, self-regulating professional body for members of the education workforce in Wales.
Providing in-house IT technical support, the Information Systems Officer will undertake a range of activities including installation, operating system/application support upgrades, security patching, hardware maintenance and purchasing. The Information Systems Officer will also assist in the design and maintenance of the Council’s website and the development of back-end systems and applications. Training will be given to the successful candidate.
Experience of IT support is not a requirement but the successful candidate will have an understanding of computer software and hardware, strong skills in MS Office programs, and a keen interest in IT with a willingness to learn and develop their existing skillset.. In addition, the successful candidate will have excellent analytical skills with the ability to think creatively and communicate complex matters clearly to colleagues with varying levels of technical understanding. Welsh language skills are desirable but not essential to the post.
Employee benefits include access to the Civil Service Pension Scheme, flexi-time and 31 days annual leave (excluding 10 bank holidays and privilege days).
The closing date for applications is 30 September 2019.