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Topic # 127263 4-Aug-2013 17:56
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I have been out of work for awhile (about 3 months) and am always looking for work. Anyway, my interest is computers, mainly on the hardware side of things, and would like to get back into that.  I have worked in schools etc before, back then it was Novell and Windows NT. My tasks consisted of building new PC's, troubleshooting, MUSAC installations and updates, software installs, and other IT related things. 

Anyway, now I want to put myself out there to see if anyone in Dunedin, would be interested in taking me on for a few hours a week in a voluntary position, so A) I don't get bored being at home and B) so I can learn and update my skills. 

If interested, feel free to PM me 



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  Reply # 872469 6-Aug-2013 07:58
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A pity your not in CHCH, I might be looking for someone in a month or so. Good luck with the job hunting.

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  Reply # 872800 6-Aug-2013 18:39
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I have been out of work for a lot longer - 11 months.
My interest is computers, hardware repair which is pretty dead now was one of my skills.....and support, although my skills are pretty narrow which is half the problem.

I have worked on a number of helpdesks, most recently hosting support. Actual coding knowledge is zero. Anything higher than Tier 1 - no...
If interested, PM me too......


Sorry to hijack the first post.....



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