School ICT Officer







Anonymous User



  • Installing and configuring computer systems.
  • Diagnosing hardware and software faults and solving technical and applications problems.
  • Acting as the first point of technical contact for school staff.
  • Responding to jobs to resolve end user computing, data network, classroom audio visual, and IT systems issues in accordance with Service Level Agreements.
  • Participating in the deployment of various ICT projects, driven by each school’s strategic plan.
  • Contributing in the assessment of the school network and the production of reports/recommendations.
  • Audit and maintain the schools’ entire network, end user devices, systems and record work in an electronic format.
  • Obtaining quotations on hardware, assets and software as required through SCS Sydney approved suppliers.
  • ICT asset management (both hardware and software) – including the planning and implementation of asset decommissioning in the fifth year and replacement where possible.


  • Post-secondary and/or relevant industry certification, eg. MSCA, CCNA, Aruba.
  • Strong demonstrated experience as IT Systems Integration Technician or Microsoft Server Administration.
  • Strong Knowledge of Windows server applications, Back-up systems, Redundancy systems installation and maintenance.
  • Understanding of ITIL v3/4 Foundation framework.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft and MAC Operating Systems, Network Administration, Logging, Connectivity / Network Security / Auditing / Scoping / Asset Management/ Document Writing / High-level technical reporting / Virtual LAN set-up and management / Wireless Networking / Hardware troubleshooting
  • Proficiency across all aspects of OSI layers.
  • Flexibility, initiative and responsiveness in managing workflow with an ability to prioritise competing tasks.
  • Current driver’s licence and access to car.




Sydney Catholic Schools is the system of 150 Catholic primary and secondary schools operating across the Archdiocese of Sydney providing more than 70,000 students with a high-quality, low fee Catholic education. We consider our local parishes to be the cornerstone of our local communities, which is why each parish has access to proud and affordable local Catholic schools which lay the foundation on which to build an even stronger future for our faith. Our dedicated and hard-working educators deliver a strong faith-based education, catering for students with all interests and abilities through programs such as the Newman Selective Gifted Education Program and CaSPA for the performing arts, and our vocational education offerings. It is also our commitment to make sure that every student feels welcome at school and has the support to thrive academically and socially.