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Wanted Laptop Service Engineers in Hyderabad

Posted By: laptop store

Date: Sun, 4 Sep 2022

Remuneration: Best Offer

Mobile: +7299956838

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Wanted Laptop Service Engineers in Hyderabad

Wanted a Laptop service technician for a reputed HP dealership company in Hyderabad

Candidates with minimum one year experience will be preferred. Very good salary will be offered. Contact 91-7299956838

Job Types: Full-time, Regular / Permanent

Salary: ₹15,000.00 - ₹30,000.00 per month

Schedule:Day shift
Supplemental pay types:Yearly bonus
Education:Bachelor's (Preferred)

Contact HR: 7299956838

Hyderabad Address:


Shop No 1& 2, KK krest,
No 1-26/2 Gachibowli-Kondapur Road,
Gachibowli-Miyapur Road,
Gachibowli, Hyderabad
Phone: 73311 33305


Basement, Pillar No :1432,Surekha Chambers,
Ameerpet Road, Opp to Vijaya Textiles/
Near SBI ATM Hyderabad,
Telangana 500016
Phone: 07331133301, 7331133301


No 210B, 2nd Floor,
Vijaya Sai Tower, Viveknagar,
Kukatpally Opp to BJP Office,
Opp to croma Showroom,
Phone: 917997272463

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