KREDIT Microfinance Institution Pic, founded in 1993, is a permanent license Christian Microfinance Institution which is contributing to the social and economic development of communities by enabling the economically active poor to improve their lives through its reliable and sustainable financial services such as loan, savings and money transfer.
To meet our recent operational growth and expansion, KREDIT Microfinance Institution Pic. is currently seeking for qualified Cambodian candidates for the position as the following:
Position Title : Senior Network Security and Data Center (01)
Location : Phnom Penh, Job Type: Full Time
Closing Date : 18-September-2013 at 5: 00 p.m
. Bachelor degree in computer science or equivalent
. Two years' experience in Data Center
. Strong understanding of Network structures, Electronic, Cooling, UPS and other security devices
. Experience with Cisco or CCNA is a plus
. Experience with Oracle Solaris or any kind of Unix is a plus
. Experience with Bank/MFI is a plus
. Very strong interpersonal, teamwork, process development and network troubleshooting skills
. Sense of ownership and responsibility towards problems and solutions
. Highly passionate; highly security focused; strong attention to detail; ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships with internal staff, partner and vendor to work effectively
. Good at written and spoken English
. Prior experience with a 24/7 technical operational environment is highly desired
. Honest, hardworking and be able to work under pressure and over time
Interested candidate should submit CV, cover letter, 2 new 4x6 photos, copy family book, birth certificate, Cambodian ID card to KREDIT Microfinance Institution Pic. Head Office at #71, St. 163, Sangkat Toul Svay Prey I, Khan Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh or to Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org. More detail visit webside: www.kredit.com.kh
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