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Would you like to work for us?

Working for Link2ICT presents an opportunity to work for a flourishing, dedicated and well respected ICT company that provides a broad and expanding range of services, solutions and expertise to the education community across the West Midlands.

Link2ICT can provide you with a tailored career path and a supportive environment to help you meet both your career and personal aspirations, while delivering for our business and we offer a wide range of job and career choices in education ICT services.

We help our people to keep growing their capabilities and develop their careers with training and development opportunities. In the ever evolving world of education and technology, we continue to review, adapt and improve our people and our services to enable us to provide effective solutions to our customers.

What we look for

We value proactive people with ideas, energy and commitment. We have created a working environment where everyone can give their best and welcome applications from everyone – regardless of age, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic background, faith or disability. 





We'd like to hear from you:

Are you interested in being a Safeguarding Analyst for Link2ICT?

As part of the digital safeguarding service, Link2ICT provides software into schools that flags potentially inappropriate user activity on a range of devices. Our Safeguarding Analysts review and analyse the information captured by the software in order to identify and escalate any potential areas of concern.


Link2ICT Safeguarding Analysts provide advice, guidance and support relating to the software used and promote the development and importance of digital safeguarding practices within schools.


If you are a competent IT user with an understanding of how young people use technology and social media and can demonstrate a methodical approach to your work and show attention to detail, we'd like to hear from you. An understanding and/or experience of safeguarding issues within an educational environment, working with confidential information and the requirements of the Data Protection Act would be advantageous.


For further information, please contact Andy Pyper on 07766 924257 or email andy.pyper@servicebirmingham.co.uk.