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looking for TOP sysadmin to relocate to miami...

Posted on 2004-10-12
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by:xeon999
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oh yeah, would also give a head hunting fee for finding a person meeting these requirements.
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xeon999:
  Soliciting in the Technical Areas is a violation of the Membership Agreement.
  I have refunded your points

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sorry...didn't realize that would be a problem.
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xeon999

You might try the Careers link at the top of this page.

Good luck!
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