Job Opportunity : Freshers – Walkin @ Bangalore, Koramangala – 27th June 2016

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Freshers – Walk-in @ Bangalore, Koramangala

We are looking for following roles.

Role 1 – Trainee Engineer (System Administrator)

As an IT administrator, youll be responsible for maintaining the company’s IT network, servers and security systems. This role is absolutely essential within any organization to ensure business continuity if an IT network fails, the impact on the day to day running of the business can be significant, sometimes catastrophic.
To ensure this doesnt happen, you’ll be responsible for investigating and diagnosing network problems, collecting IT usage stats, making recommendations for improving the company’s IT systems and carrying out routine configuration and installation of IT solutions.
On a day to day basis, you might be called upon to help colleagues with more basic IT needs. This will mean youll need to share your own knowledge to help others, including setting up new users and managing backup, security and passwords. You’re also the company’s internet police, monitoring internet and email use.
Typically, most companies will employ one full time IT administrator for every 50 employees.

Role 2 – Trainee Engineer (Software Engineer)

Becoming a software developer, also known as a computer programmer, you’ll be playing a key role in the design, installation, testing and maintenance of software systems. The programs you create are likely to help businesses be more efficient and provide a better service.
Sometimes you may also use off the shelf software. Requiring you to modify and integrate this into an existing network to meet the needs of the business.

As a software developer, your list of tasks can include:
Reviewing current systems
Presenting ideas for system improvements, including cost proposals
Working closely with analysts, designers and staff
Producing detailed specifications and writing the program codes
Testing the product in controlled, real situations before going live
Preparation of training manuals for users
Maintaining the systems once they are up and running

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