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[ProgSoc] part-time work IBM Global Services
IBM Global Services Australia
a joint venture with Lend Lease and
Join the most dynamic, growing and diverse technical helpdesk in the
Southern Hemisphere: IBM Global Services Australia.
IBM Global Services is the world's largest IT Service provider. Our
fastest growing business segment has an unsurpassed breadth of
capabilities. We have more than 116,000 professionals, helping companies
of all sizes solve real problems and create new business opportunities.
IBM GSA Customer Care Management Centre is the single point of contact for
all helpdesk activity within IBM GSA. It is the gateway for all customer
In this new role you will be working in a team of technical telephone
support experts, supporting major desktop operating systems and
applications, including the Internet. Products supported include Windows
í95, Microsoft suite, Lotus Notes etc, a working knowledge of LAN
infrastructure and protocol configuration would be useful.
If you're currently studying an IT related degree and have a strong
customer service ethic, this is an ideal opportunity to work part time with
one of the world's leading organisations.
Successful applicants will spend two to three weeks training during
February and then start working approximately 8 hours (or more) per week at
our West Pennant Hills site.
If youíre an undergraduate in 1999 and would like to give your career a
head start by joining one of the worldís leading IT companies then;
E-mail your resume to: HYPERLINK mailto:CCMCOPM@nospam.au1.ibm.com
mail to IBM GSA
Attention: Ms G. Lance, FG32,
55 Coonara Avenue,
West Pennant Hills 2125.
Be quick. Closing date for applications is Mon 14th Dec, 1998.
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