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Ultimate Geek


Topic # 113596 21-Jan-2013 20:51
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Having worked as a Senior IT Support Engineer in a computer support/repair company for the past ten years I have acquired many technical skills through countless computer repairs and a personable approach to customer support. In 2006 I studied and and acquired a National Diploma in Computing Level 5.
 Being an honest/reliable and hard-worker I take every job as personal as if the outcome will affect me and love the feel of overcoming a challenge. Having an analytic mind and being a fast learner I have quickly been able to sort any problem that comes my way.

 Both personally and professionally I now feel that it is time to move onto my next step in my chosen path of Information Technology with interests in service desk and server administration..

Its time for me to make the big step and move to central Wellington and be around like-minded individuals!  

 Anyone looking for an Entry Level Systems Admin or IT Helpdesk/Support personal to join their company team? Ideally i'd like to move to a large company/enterprise where I can progress up down or around.

My Linkedin profile is: http://nz.linkedin.com/in/ljmurray/

Cheers for your time and support!




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 749048 22-Jan-2013 18:57
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Hope you find what you are after, all I can say is what others may say, Trademe Jobs & Seek.Maybe think about get MS certs (MCITP ?) to help your CV and build a VM MS lab to learn maybe.



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  Reply # 749108 22-Jan-2013 20:11
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Cheers, Zilvia. Defiantly something I have already been doing. But have applied for a few jobs. Fingers crossed.




"The Atlantis base, brings greetings from the pegasus galaxy, you may cut power to the gate!."- Dr Weir (Rising) New Zealand · Luke.Geek.NZ


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