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ok would you take this job

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by crashuk, 11 Jul 2006.

  1. crashuk

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    You will be responsible for the installation, configuration and maintenance of PCs, servers and communication hardware and software. You will be willing to work in a changing environment and adapt according to our clients needs.

    You must be familiar with Microsoft Server and Client Operating Systems, MS Office, the Internet, TCP/IP and other applications. The right candidate will have excellent customer service skills and a professional appearance, with at least two years experience in system administration (to XP/Server 2003 level).

    If you think you've got what it takes to join our team of experts, please send your CV NOW!

    Salary in the region of £15k, plus benefits.
    i cant believe people even put this type of post up btw its in london. 2 years you should be on 30 K
     
  2. Zip

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    Ive found just about all IT jobs require 2-3 years expericance before you can get them.
    How the hell do you get experiance if people only want people with 2 the 3 years of it in the first place :mad:
     
  3. crashuk

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    the point is this guy wants 2 years with server, the job is in london and 15K what a joker. with 2 years server you could earn at least 25-30k.
     
  4. McDaniel

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    Im really struggling to find a job at the moment, really not sure what i want to do - just got a 2:1 in Computer Science, but dont wanna go a programming route.
     
  5. Wryel

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    I was just about to say that's what I'm after, except I'm on more than that in Nottingham! Add another 10k and I'll apply.
     
  6. Garrett

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    Applying for it won't do any harm.

    You never know till you apply.

    When I'm looking for a job I just apply for anything I'm vaguely interested in, as the job description often doesn't match the actual role anyway.
     
  7. Zip

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    Im the same as you.
    At least uve got some grades/qualifications you can use tough
     
  8. Oakesy2001uk

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    I earn more than that on 2nd line support on a helpdesk in cheshire!
    But you need experience to do these jobs, might be one to get you some experience (if you dont have any, dont know your situation).
    certainly aint going to get someone with 2 years server experience in london for 15k
     
  9. hybrid

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    Sounds like a basic job in a school tbh.

    ICT Technician by any chance?
     
  10. crashuk

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    work within the m25 so i guess its working at different sites.
     
  11. crashuk

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    i have an interview later this week for a 28k job its perm never had a perm job before lol always worked contract.
     
  12. McDaniel

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    doing what?
     
  13. Phate

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    err...you can the OP email me the link to that job please? im desperately looking for a new job and i'll take 15k a year please :D which is double wt i earn now
     
  14. _PD_

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    I wouldn't take it!

    15K really is less than what you should be getting.
     
  15. crashuk

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    IT support
     
  16. Zip

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    How quick do IT jobs become repetitive and boring? :confused:
     
  17. crashuk

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    what you earn 7.5k for a full time job (40 h week)
     
  18. McDaniel

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    Bit more specific. What area of IT, or most things - to whom? businesses, random public members? etc..
     
  19. crashuk

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    They do very 5 months and yoru bored
     
  20. crashuk

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    its a finance house in the city, so server, desktop routers. the only reason iam even thinking about a perm job is iam getting a flat next month which will be in my name.