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Topic # 113494 18-Jan-2013 15:43
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Hello folk,

I've been in IT for a while now, and I've finally been archived some cisco certifications. I am looking to start career, As newbie in country I would like recommendation companies names for my first door of IT career. 

Has anyone got any good recommendations for IT networking companies (either in Auckland or anywhere in NZ)?

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  Reply # 746930 18-Jan-2013 15:44
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Could try Dimension Data?




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  Reply # 746934 18-Jan-2013 15:50
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thx for reply

Yeah, have tried but most of all companies wants experienced employee, looking for door where I can start my first step. any other recommendation ?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 746937 18-Jan-2013 15:55
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Your best bet is to submit your CV to some recruitment agencies and see what they can do for you.

Alternatively check the careers pages of Gen-i, Datacom, Fujitsu, Unisys, etc

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  Reply # 746980 18-Jan-2013 17:02
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Telecom are advertising a few associate jobs at the moment.

http://www.seek.co.nz/Job/associate-network-designer-auckland/in/auckland-auckland-central/23712996

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Reply # 748457 21-Jan-2013 20:40
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freitasm: Have you checked Geekzone Jobs yet?


Thanks guys,

@freitasm thx for the link.

All your answers are somehow helping, As per the current market situation recruitment agencies are limited for the correct career path. As business purpose agencies require to maintain them fame in the market, for that they're not preferred newbies or entry level guy.. That's what I have felt in NZ. If someone knows & suggest some company's name would be better to apply directly to them. 

Any suggestion much appreciated.

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  Reply # 748498 21-Jan-2013 21:55
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gehenna: check the careers pages of Gen-i, Datacom, Fujitsu, Unisys, etc


As above....

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  Reply # 748499 21-Jan-2013 21:57
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Check out the Vodafone NZ careers site,



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  Reply # 750237 24-Jan-2013 14:49
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Thanks guys for your valuable answers.. hope will get employee tag soon :D

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  Reply # 753293 30-Jan-2013 14:46
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you mentioned that you have been in IT for awhile now, so what other skills do you have or what did you do previously? Perhaps try something that is not purely network focus?

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