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Microsoft Windows (Wintel) Server Engineer (1)

14/04/2018 12:08:20
Assist in the administration, maintenance, support and upgrades of Windows operating systems The Windows Server-Messaging department implements and maintains the ...

Tools Engineer (1)

14/04/2018 12:09:07
Assist in developing and maintaining tool infrastructureHands-on responsibility over the monitoring & control system of infrastructure and applications. Hands-on responsibility ...

Service Manager (1)

14/04/2018 12:39:02
Assist in ensuring continuity of best practice service level management processes, executed by IT service delivery staff, required by CUSTOMER. ...

Service Desk Agent (1)

14/04/2018 11:43:59
Assist in ensuring the receipt, appropriate    escalation and resolution of IT related hardware, software and network issues& ...

Incident Manager (1)

14/04/2018 11:17:54
Assist in ensuring continuity of best practice in incident management process, executed by IT service delivery staff, required by CUSTOMER. ...

Capacity & Availability Manager (1)

14/04/2018 11:29:45
Assist in ensuring continuity of best practice in capacity & availability management process, executed by IT service delivery staff, required ...

RESOURCE ENGINEERS-TELECOM (1)

07/02/2018 18:41:26
Job SummaryThis role mainly involves site surveys, installations in accordance with the Scope of Work provided, proper material dismantling and ...

VOIP Telephony Specialist (1)

26/10/2017 16:37:21
Infinity Computers is looking for a young and competent individual to take on the above mentioned role. The VOIP Telephony ...

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