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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 32542 20-Apr-2009 04:41
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Hi Everyone, Christopher here

Arriving in Auckland on the 9 May 2009 to settle with my Kiwi wife.

Currently employed as a Solutions Architect / IT Project Manager with a large multinational. Will be unemployed when I hit NZ so if anyone knows of positions send me a message.

I love playing with anything technical or any new gizmo and love cycling, running or water sports.


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Reply # 208054 20-Apr-2009 06:19
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Hi Chris,

Welcoming you to NZ and to geekzone. There are plenty of work in Auckland, Christchurch a bit quiet :)

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  Reply # 208056 20-Apr-2009 06:50
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Welcome, grab me some duty free on your way in mate.


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Reply # 208076 20-Apr-2009 09:25
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Hi, welcome to Geekzone!

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  Reply # 208108 20-Apr-2009 12:06
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Welcome to Geekzone! Hope you find a great job.

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