Mining Job Vacancy
PT Global Asia Pacific
We are growing mine company is looking for professional and highly motivated candidates for the following position:
* Having experienced in Java Programmer, Linux, Windows Server, Oracle, MS – SQL, Networking.
* Experienced in a customer / technical support helpdesk
* Have excellent problem solving and troubleshooting abilities
* Team work spirit, honest, responsible, and able to work underpreassure
* Candidate must posses at least a bachelor’s degree or professional degree in Information Technology/ computer science
* Technically competent in Basic Networking, TCP/IP, Managing and trouble shooting PC and Server, windows 2003, email, and backup
* Minimum of 3 years experience in IT position preferable in mining industry
* A level of technical knowledge in the following area : Firewall server, PC Desktop/ notebook troubleshooting, Windows operating systems, common internet application and services, familiar with antivirus and internet security.
For interested applicants, please submit resume with contact detail and attached a photo to:
Closing Date: 25-3-09
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
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