Department of Computer Science Facilities Support Technician Full Time Grade 5: Salary £23,121 – £27,578 p.a. Duration: Permanent
Posted: 16th May 2012
Department of Computer Science
Facilities Support Technician
Grade 5: Salary £23,121 – £27,578 p.a.
The Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford has a vacancy for a Facilities Support Technician who will report to the Department Building and Facilities Manager.
The role of the Facilities Support Technician is to assist the Building and Facilities Manager in ensuring that the building and facilities of the Wolfson, E-Science Building and 39a St Giles are maintained to a high standard and will involve liaising with both internal stakeholders and external suppliers. The role will also involve supervising three members of the facilities team.
The successful applicant should have knowledge of building design and building techniques; some experience of installing network cabling and experience of carrying out risk assessments. You should also have excellent communication skills, the ability to work well as part of a team and an interest in developing experience of supervising staff, as there is an opportunity to lead and support colleagues. Training will be available to successful candidate should this be required.
The post, which is a full-time, permanent appointment, has a salary on the University Support Staff Grade 5 scale, currently £23,121 – £27,578 p.a. The post is pensionable and has a holiday entitlement of 38 days annual leave (inclusive of public holidays and University closed periods).
Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. For further details including job description and selection criteria see documents below and to apply please click on the link below:
The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 30th May 2012.
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