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I came at the beginning of the month to the Isle of Man.

 

And been trying to find a Job. I can do nearly anything with computers except medium to heavy programming.

 

So it means I can do any office job, or anything related to my full experience and skills posted here.

 

I will send my CV to anyone interested in Hiring me. I have Italian Citizenship, but I need a Manx work permit.

 

I have already talked with some Job agencies, and waiting for a response but thought I might have some extra help around here.

 

I am True English/Spanish Bilingual.

 

I have been working more with Hardware/Software and Networking the latest years.

 

Thank you in advance.

 

 

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I have +16 Years Experience in the following:

 

-Installation and Troubleshooting of Personal Computer systems, Software and Peripherals.

-Strong Skills with Microsoft Windows, Office, PC Networking and PC Hardware.

-Antivirus, Malware and Windows Protection.

-PC Hardware Optimization for power Hungry systems involving 3D Gaming and/or 3D Modeling & Animation.

-Lan/Wan/TCPIP Experience for Home/Office/Gaming.

-Computer Graphic Design involving CorelDraw and Photoshop, plus other lesser software.

-3D Animation & Modeling, involving 3D Studio Max and Lightwave 3D.

-Strong talent to incorporate New technologies to achieve maximum efficiency with minimum cost.

-Ability to absorb new knowledge and Fast Learning of New Technologies with attention to detail and organization.

-Also have strong knowledge in many other types of software like Office, Works, Compression software, CD/DVD Burning Software, and many others.

-HTML/XML Knowledge.

-Excellent Spanish/English/Spanish Translator Skills

-Creative Designer.

-Eye for Detail in Graphic/Visual Arts.

-Hardware and Software Upgrading and Testing Skills.

-Book Editing with Adobe Indesign.

-Experience to Troubleshoot Windows computers in: Spanish/English/Portuguese/Italian/French/Danish

-A Flaire for Information Technologies.

-Administration

-Accounting knowledge.

-Experience dealing and managing large staffs.

-Customer Service

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Have I read that right? You have Italian citizenship and describe yourself as bilingual in English and Spanish, but not Italian? How did that happen???? All the best with your job search.. but if the work permit department comes under pressure to reduce the numbers of new permit issued...

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Have I read that right? You have Italian citizenship and describe yourself as bilingual in English and Spanish, but not Italian? How did that happen???? All the best with your job search.. but if the work permit department comes under pressure to reduce the numbers of new permit issued...

 

I am direct descendant from Italian familly, but born in a Spanish speaking country :), so I got the Italian citizenship automatically... Like everyone upto 2 generations down.... so anyone with an Italian parent or grandfather, get the Citizenship if they can prove the birth of the Italian relatives.

 

I understand Italian but don't speak it well as my Italian familly speak good spanish :)

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Good luck Salamandrix.

 

The one thing I recommend is to familiarise yourself with the Work Permit system. It's a barrier to businesses that makes it harder to employ adequately qualified people who haven't been born here. A prospective employer would have to get one for you, but if you know how it works it can help set your expectations: http://www.gov.im/dti/employmentrights/workpermits.xml

 

I'd recommend checking out a couple of the local recruitment agencies and the Job Centre. You can get an idea online at the following URL's but it's always best to go have a chat with the recruiters and build a relationship with them:

 

http://www.abilityplus.co.im/

http://www.miracles.co.im/

http://www.hamblin.co.im/

http://www.ambitions.co.im/

http://www.link.co.im/

http://www.gov.im/dti/jobcentre/

 

In the meantime, I'll keep an ear open and let you know if I hear anything

 

Owen

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Good luck Salamandrix.

 

The one thing I recommend is to familiarise yourself with the Work Permit system. It's a barrier to businesses that makes it harder to employ adequately qualified people who haven't been born here. A prospective employer would have to get one for you, but if you know how it works it can help set your expectations: http://www.gov.im/dti/employmentrights/workpermits.xml

 

I'd recommend checking out a couple of the local recruitment agencies and the Job Centre. You can get an idea online at the following URL's but it's always best to go have a chat with the recruiters and build a relationship with them:

 

http://www.abilityplus.co.im/

http://www.miracles.co.im/

http://www.hamblin.co.im/

http://www.ambitions.co.im/

http://www.link.co.im/

http://www.gov.im/dti/jobcentre/

 

In the meantime, I'll keep an ear open and let you know if I hear anything

 

Owen

 

 

Thanks for your help, and yes I have already talked with some of them, and waiting for any updates :)

 

Best regards

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Thanks for your help, and yes I have already talked with some of them, and waiting for any updates :)

 

Best regards

 

Buona fortuna. Spero che trovi un lavoro che ti piace.

 

(haven't used Italian in ages; I'm actually Maltese, most of the TV we used to get as a kid was Italian)

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But you haven't listed any qualifications in your lengthy CV, just experiences.

You write passable English, are Italian but don't speak Italian.

All a bit suspect, as is the way any employer might look at things. Best of luck.

 

 

I didn't post a CV, just a general idea of my skills....

 

My English skills are enough to Teach English, I have Proficiency level. But ur English reading skills...

 

If u read with more attention.... I wrote that I would send a full CV to serious people or companies interested in me... Any Nucklehead knows I didn't post a CV... and not in Public here... ;)

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