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Sample IT Job discriptions?

Good free sources?  Looking primarily for Network Engineer/Network Administrator/Systems Engineer/Systems Engineer and Level II & III Helpdesk, Harware trouble shooting and repair etc.
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JConchie
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Craigslist.org would be my suggestion.
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bnedelcovCommented:
Craiglist is a good one. Also try yahoo's hotjobs, monster.com, jobs.com, careebuilder.com, bestjobs.com, computerjobs.com, aol's jobs site, dice.com
hope it helps.
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HarrisIntegrationCommented:
I agree with bnedelcov, the best way to find examples is to look at the position descriptions of positions others are advertising.  Not only does this help with getting terminology right when you do advertise, you may see a position responsibility that you wouldn't have thought of but want to include with yours.
Government HR websites can be a great resource as well.
Here is a link to the state of Florida Computer Occupation Profiles. They are very general and include a number of positions under each profile, but might help:
http://sun6.dms.state.fl.us/owa_broadband/owa/broadband_www.broadband_menu.bb_occ_minor?soc_str=15&occ_str=COM
Also, if you go to https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com/logon.htm, select logon on the left, click Search at the bottom right, then select all Computer, Data, and Network options under Occupation, you can see currently advertised State of Florida positions and read the position description of each.
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