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VOIP Telephony Specialist (1)

Infinity Computers is looking for a young and competent individual to take on the above mentioned role. The VOIP Telephony ...

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Infinity Computers is looking for a young and competent individual to take on the above mentioned role. The IT Support ...

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The Programmer (Web Developer) will be responsible for designing, coding, and Modifying websites, from layout to function and according to ...

Resource engineer – Telecom (1)

This role mainly involves site surveys, installations in accordance with the Scope of Work provided, proper material dismantling and packaging ...

Unix Engineer (Solaris) (1)

Assist in the administration, maintenance, support and upgrades of UNIX operating systems.Responsibilities: Assist in the implementation of approved policies ...

Storage & Backup Engineer (1)

Assist with the design and maintenance of CUSTOMER’s data storage systems organization-wide. Responsibilities: Provide input in the development ...

Oracle Database Engineer (1)

Assist in the design, planning, implementation and optimization of all enterprise databases. Responsibilities: Assist in the definition of database architecture ...

Network & Security Engineer (1)

Ensure the provision of optimal user support on all IT network infrastructure within CUSTOMER Network. Assist in implementing defined work ...

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