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# 140875 23-Feb-2014 12:38
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These jobs, probably in Auckland, were advertised in yesterday's Weekend Herald (22 February, 2014). It's a little bit confusing, but someone here might be interested in finding out more ...


[b]PB Technologies

Job Vacancy / Technician[/b]

3 Posititons: Smart Phone / Tablet / Notebook Technicians

Vacancy: 3 positions each, total 9 positions available

Duties:
- Diagnse fault
- Fault analysis
- chipset replacement and soldering
- Experience in maintenance
- Has knowledge of operating systems and related minor software
- Notebook screen replacement
- Experience in iOS, Microsoft, and Android systems
- Screen replacements
- Support other team members if necessary

Requirements:
- Degree or diploma in Comuting, IT, ICT (Level 7) qualification or equivalent
- Minimum 2 years experience in notebook services
- Good English communication skills for both speaking and writing
- Proactive and can do attitude
- Good manner for customer service
- Good to have experience in retail sales

Salary + Bonus apply for right candidates.

Email: ken.liu@pbtech.co.nz





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  # 992749 23-Feb-2014 12:57
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- Degree or diploma in Comuting, IT, ICT (Level 7) qualification or equivalent
- Good English communication skills for both speaking and writing


Lets hope they mean computing, not comuting. Not flash considering the requirement for good written English!

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  # 992764 23-Feb-2014 13:17
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Hey man they are looking for someone with good English, how is having good English a prerequisite for asking for that? :)

 
 
 
 




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Ultimate Geek
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  # 992778 23-Feb-2014 13:58
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RunningMan:
Lets hope they mean computing, not comuting. Not flash considering the requirement for good written English!


Sorry, that one was my own typo (and I can't Edit it) ... but I did fix a few other grammatical errors from the original advert, so someone with "good written English" is still needed at PB Tech. :-)

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