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Topic # 79117 13-Mar-2011 01:18
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Hi everyone.. I am currectly looking for a Job or Clients in Auckland.
If anyone needs a IT Person with Good Linux/Windows Server skills Please Contact me.

I can work right away also..  NZ Resedent etc.


I am Willing to do what ever it takes to make the Company I work for BETTER
And I am Loyal and Honest, I Love to help people and have good people skills
I work well alone or in a Team, And I have Great problem solving skills

I've been running Linux for over 15 year and Windows Server since the NT 4.0 Days.


Check my Blog for contact infomation

Phillip Hardy.
        

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  Reply # 449345 17-Mar-2011 20:01
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Good luck mate, its tough out there, btw you have some typos in your signature, might want to correct those, potential employers pick up on that kind of stuff.




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