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Hiring Full Time Systems Support Engineer

Posted By: cachaca

Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2008

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Key responsibility and Accountabilities:
# Windows General IT Support
# Support and maintain Windows Server 2000 and 2003, file and application servers and regular check on veritas backup log status.
# Support and maintain Windows network environment.
# Set-up new workstation (desktop/laptop), add network printers, familiar with migration of MS Outlook and user files from old to new workstation.
# Familiar with general hardware replacement i.e harddisk, ram etc.
# Perform related duties as required.





Requirements:
# Application is strictly opened to Singaporean / PR and Malaysians only.
# Diploma in related field (Not a selection Criteria)
# At least 1 to 2 years of working experience in related field is required.
# Ability to work independently and under stress.
# Ability to function as a lead worker over technical staffs.
# High level of verbal and written communication skills.


Please email CV with photograph (please include expected and last drawn salary) to [email protected]



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