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 June 2017 Baus Optical IT Latest Job Vacancies in Kenya (15K)

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 June 2017 Baus Optical IT Career  Vacancies in Kenya (15K)

 

IT Job at Baus Optical

Baus Optical Company Limited is a key player in the optics industry in Kenya. To support her growth strategies, the company is inviting applications from qualified candidates in Information Technology who will be consulting with the company on a part-time basis of two (3) days in a week.

Duties for the IT Job

  • Maintenance of all computers in the head office and in the branches
  • Installation and maintenance of cameras in the head office and in the branches.
  • Setting up and maintenance of LAN and WAN network at the head office and it’s braches.
  • Repair and maintenance of copiers and printers
  • General client / user support
  • Online support / ICT Service

IT Job Qualifications

  • Degree in Computer Science
  • At least 2 years experience Information and Technology industry
  • Willingness to be part of our corporate values and culture
  • Outgoing personality, responsible and confident
  • Self driven and result oriented individual exhibiting discipline and integrity
  • A quick learner, adaptable and able to work well under pressure
  • Good communication and inter-personal skills
  • Excellent presentation and negotiation skills.

How to Apply
Interested candidates who meet the above criteria should apply via E-MAIL to: hr@bausoptical.co.ke

The HR Manager,
P.O Box 54948-00200
Nairobi

to reach us not later than 17th June 2017. Salary Kshs.15,000/=.

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