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Desktop Support Engineer
• Troubleshooting and problem resolution;
• To provide first point-of-contact for any problem reported by client;
• Provide end user support;
• Troubleshoot and resolve hardware and office application problem;
• Assist and support IT-related project implementation;
• Provide technical and helpdesk support when required;
• Perform installations/ configurations/ upgrades/ troubleshooting on various Windows OS;
• Provide end-user support with regards to hardware/ software/ IT peripherals related issues;
• Basic network support; e.g: intranet/ Internet connectivity issues, Emails troubleshooting, user login errors, print failures, etc;
• Knowledge of setting up/ troubleshooting of servers is an advantage;
• Assist in IT project implementations.
• Min Diploma in IT, Computer Studies, Computer Engineering or others relevant.
• Min 2 year relevant working experience in the IT industry.
• Possess relevant IT experience in desktop computers, notebooks, printers and IT peripherals.
• Possess relevant IT experience in desktop Operating Systems (e.g. Windows NT/2K/2003/XP), standard application software (e.g. MS Office 2K/2003/XP, Lotus Notes, IE/Netscape, Anti-virus, etc), Palm Desktop/Auto Sync and VPN etc.
• Possess knowledge of setting up and troubleshooting network related issues.
• Working experience in supporting Macintosh system is an advantage.
• Able to work independently.
• Able to start work immediately will be an added advantage.
• Candidates with more years of experience will be considered for senior positions.
• Fresh graduates with RELEVANT experience (Industrial Training or vacation jobs) are welcomed to apply.
Interested applicants are invited to write in or email your detailed resume in MS words format with photo (scanned), stating working experience, qualifications, current salary, expected salary, availability and contact number to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Is the problem really just companies not wanting to deal with the uncertainty of MOM giving an IPA? There are not that many people with PhDs in my field and there certainly won't be many in SG on any given day. If companies need someone with my qualifications, statistically they'd have to hire from outside.
I don't mean to be rude, I'm just trying to understand things.
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I don’t really understand why you’d want to apply for PEP. If you’re officially still employed for a few months, why don’t you just use that time to find a new job instead? In the eyes of ICA, it’d look like a normal job change and it wont hurt your chances with your PR application either (unless it pays lower than what you were making in your current job and/or is of a lower position)
If you try to renew your REP without a job, it won’t be instantaneous and ICA may call to ask why you are not working etc before probably giving you an REP for 1 year to allow you to find a job.
Or you could do exactly what SMS said, which is to wait till you find a job and then renew your REP (but make sure not to leave Singapore during that time)