PT. Fujitsu Indonesia is a Multi National Company providing various world class IT solutions and services currently is seeking the position as follow:
* Proficiency in English both oral and written is advantageous
* Has knowledge in
o OS for XP, Server 2003 & Linux server (Squid)
o Active Directory
o DHCP, DNS
* Understand the system & network support and configuration (LAN, WAN, Mail Server, Client server, TCP/IP, Wireless) - (CISCO experiences will be advantage)
* Ability for HW/SW installation and trouble shooting
* Hold S1 graduated in Information Technology
* Male or Female, age between 25 to 32 years
Please send your application letter along with recent photograph, not later than 2 (two) weeks to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 17-2-09
Those who do not meet the above requirement are encouraged not to apply.
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