Because even though you’d get full training to become a junior support technician, you’d also work very, very hard.
Why? Because we’re Cherry Orange, a busy growing IT support business. And we don’t have time for standing around, drinking tea and scratching our backsides.
Instead, we’re at it all day, every day. We work at schools and offices throughout Ashby De La Zouch, Burton upon Trent, Loughborough, Tamworth, Sutton Coldfield, Atherstone, Nuneaton and Swadlincote and some of our contracts cover the whole of the UK.
What do we do? We install network cabling, projectors, large interactive screens, servers, desktops and are masters of IT support.
That means working on site, fixing, lifting, diagnosing and lots of phone calls. See, we said it would be hard work.
And the work we do is only part of what makes us special. Our staff have to look the part. Communicate professionally. And of course, pass a full disclosure and barring check.
We suppose there are some benefits. We assume you have no experience (which is OK). In the unlikely event you did want this job (and actually got it), you’d work closely with a senior staff, so we could make sure you got excellent training.
And after an initial trial, there’s a strong chance you could be awarded a permanent position.
Plus we might buy you a Mars bar now and again. Might.
You’re still here?
OK. Well look, maybe we should talk then. First we need to know a little bit about you.
Don’t bother sending a CV. They’re really boring. Instead just drop us an email and tell us a little bit about you.
Tell us why we should invite you in to meet our boss.