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#115881 10-Apr-2013 16:03
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Hi,

I'm a network engineer from China. I have 3 years

experience in this field and I have got a CCIE in

Routing & Switching. I'm looking for a volunteer

opportunity as a start in NZ. I'm flexible, willing

to learn, have plenty of time available, etc.

Could any GZers give me some help or advice?

Looking for feedback.

Thanks!
Kevin

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  #797237 10-Apr-2013 16:31
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What city/suburb are you hoping to volunteer in?



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  #797261 10-Apr-2013 17:22
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Thank you for your response!
Currently, Auckland will suit me fine.

 
 
 
 


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  #797292 10-Apr-2013 18:00
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With that experience and qualification why do you not just get a job?




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  #797296 10-Apr-2013 18:10
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Zeon: With that experience and qualification why do you not just get a job?


Excellent question Zeon.

We're based in Tauranga and seeking some extra network help so PM me and we can discuss further.

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  #797299 10-Apr-2013 18:18
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Zeon: With that experience and qualification why do you not just get a job?


No work permit?




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  #797303 10-Apr-2013 18:28
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Zeon: With that experience and qualification why do you not just get a job?


I tried to get one and sent my cv to these agencies, but there is no response. I figure maybe cauz I have no NZ work experience.

My friend suggests that it is difficult to get a job without a reference by a senior manager and doing some volunteer job is a good start.



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  #797304 10-Apr-2013 18:30
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DarthKermit:
Zeon: With that experience and qualification why do you not just get a job?


No work permit?


nope
open work visa

 
 
 
 


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  #797380 10-Apr-2013 20:17
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Good luck to you sir! :)

It is a tough market out there even for those with good qualifications. I tried hard and got something. Persistence is key.





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