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L3 Network Engineer / NOC / Tech Support / Customer Service Support / Helpdesk 

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Looking for full-time work (8 hours/day)

at $2.27/hour ($400.00/month)

Bachelors degree

Last Active

April 14th, 2023 (163 days ago)

Member Since

July 11th, 2018

Profile Description

I have a solid Network Engineering/ NOC support and tech Support for over 5 years. I have worked with big companies such as Alorica as a Tech support in their Uverse At&t Account, Accenture under their Verizon Account as a Network Analyst/Engineer , and my last job attended was a L3 network Engineer at Fxecosystem a financial institute in UK.
I am a self-starter, dependable and result-oriented person. I am capable of doing whatever is asked of me, whether it is something I have experience with or something that I need to educate myself on, it will get done.

I can do several tasks simultaneously. I am persistent but patient towards one goal - providing quality support to customers.
I can assure you that hiring me will be the one best decision you'll do in your company.

Certification / Achievements
Cisco Certified Network Associate(CCNA) Routing and Switching
Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Routing and Switching
ITIL v3 Foundation in IT Service Management

Top Skills

Customer Support » Phone Support » English Speaking

Other Skills

Customer Support

Customer Support » Phone Support

Office and Administration » Email Management

Customer Support » Email Support

Customer Support » Technical Support

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Davao City, Davao Del sur
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