IT Job Profiles in Mauritius – 2007

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I have recently compiled a list of IT job profiles in Mauritius. These jobs are currently being undertaken by past UoM students in leading IT companies in Mauritius. The names of the persons and the company have not been mentioned for obvious reasons.  

This compilation gives prospective IT graduates an apercu of the duties and responsibilities that they will be called upon to take and the tools and technologies that they will experience with.  

I would like to thank all my friends and past students who have willingly provided these valuable information.    

Your feedbacks are welcomed.  

Job Profile #1 

Job Title

Associate Software Engineer
Job Description and Responsibilities ·            Responsible for coding and unit testing ABAP development requests. ·            Should handle the full implementation cycle of a development request from review till component testing.  ·            Responsible for analysing and resolving issues logged by the customer. ·            Should respond quickly and efficiently to high priority issues and manage all tasks assigned to. 
Tools and Technologies Used SAP, Microsoft Visio
Minimum Qualifications Required At least a diploma/degree in the field of Computer Science/IT 
Expected Salary Rs 15,000 

Job Profile #2 

Job Title

Software Developer
Job Description and Responsibilities Programming on VB .Net, testing and creating technical documents.
Tools and Technologies Used ·           Visual Basic 6.0·           Visual Basic .Net·           SQL Server 
Minimum Qualifications Required ·           Degree in IT·           Knowledge of SQL ·           Knowledge of VB and VB .Net 
Expected Salary Rs17 000

Job Profile #3 

Job Title

Software engineer
Job Description and Responsibilities ·           Responsible for coding and unit testing ABAP RICEF development requests.·           Handle the full implementation cycle of a development request, including FD Review, FD Workshop, Technical Design, Developer’s Checklist, and Component Testing.·           Take full ownership of development requests assigned to ensure my deliveries are on time and on budget and with high quality.·           Provide functional and technical help to other team member when necessary and if possible.·           Responsible for analysing and resolving issues logged by the customer. 
Tools and Technologies Used SAP R/3 , Supplier Relation Management (SRM), SAP workflow
Minimum Qualifications Required Degree in Computing
Expected Salary RS 19000

Job Profile #4 

Job Title

Senior Consultant
Job Description and Responsibilities ·           Analyse, build, test, lead a team.  ·           Build expertise in an area, communicate with client. 
Tools and Technologies Used Oracle Apps
Minimum Qualifications Required BSc in IT
Expected Salary N/A

Job Profile #5 

Job Title

Research Assistant
Job Description and Responsibilities ·           Software development – Coding, Documentation, Testing
Tools and Technologies Used ASP.Net (VB.Net), SQL Server 200, Crystal Report 10
Minimum Qualifications Required First Degree in IT related field
Expected Salary Rs 16, 000

Job Profile #6 

Job Title

Analyst Programmer
Job Description and Responsibilities ·           Shares Registry Management section designing forms and codes for the software
Tools and Technologies Used VB.Net
Minimum Qualifications Required BSc in Information Technology
Expected Salary N/A

Job Profile #7 

Job Title

Technical Specialist – IT
Job Description and Responsibilities ·           Complete cycle of software development from requirements gathering to development, implementation and maintenance 
Tools and Technologies Used Microsoft development tools, with mainly .NET technology 
Minimum Qualifications Required Degree holder 
Expected Salary N/A

Job Profile #8 

Job Title

Software Engineer
Job Description and Responsibilities ·           To understand client requirements and prepare designs for translating those needs into deliverables. ·           Carrying out actual development in order to complete the project to specifications and within time schedule. ·           To constantly review own work and remove any bugs that are there. ·           Ensure that all processes as specified are adhered to and all quality parameters are complied with. ·           Maintain and enhance projects / software on demands of the client as agreed upon with them in the contract. 
Tools and Technologies Used .Net Framework
Minimum Qualifications Required BSc in Engineering field 
Expected Salary Rs 17000

Job Profile #9 

Job Title

Software Engineer (Java Developer) 
Job Description and Responsibilities ·           Currently working on a project for an airline company. It consists of several release, where basically we have to keep upgrading and new functionalities to the current system. 
Tools and Technologies Used The coding part is done using Java and for the web pages, we use JSP. Spring framework
Minimum Qualifications Required Bsc Honours, Java programming, prior knowledge of query languages and web programming.
Expected Salary Rs 12,000

Job Profile #10 

Job Title

Analyst/Programmer/Consultant 
Job Description and Responsibilities ·           Analyze requirements and propose solutions to and negotiate with client ·           Make a costing and plan short to medium term project cycles ·           Put forward contingency and emergency plans in case of escalation ·           Manage small teams and handle daily tasks pertaining to mid-level management. ·           Implement solutions using SDLC cycles.(analysis, design, coding…)    
Tools and Technologies Used ·           Open Source technologies (PHP, PosGreSQL, mySQL, etc) ·           Sun technologies (J2EE, Java, JSP) ·           .Net platform ·           Planning and management tools (Ms Project, Outlook, Proprietary tools)  
Minimum Qualifications Required ·           Strong academic backgrounds (bachelors degree etc) ·           2+ years experience ·           Professional certifications desirable  
Expected Salary N/A

Job Profile #11 

Job Title

Software Engineer
Job Description and Responsibilities ·           Design and implementing software as per client requirements ·           Design relevant test cases ·           Test software thoroughly to ensure minimal defects during delivery ·           Follow coding and documentation standards ·           Adhere to deadlines 
Tools and Technologies Used ·           Visual Studio .NET (2003)·           Microsoft SQL Server 2000·           Oracle Server·           Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services ·           Java ·           Net Beans, Eclipse ·           Microsoft Visio ·           HTML, JavaScript

·           Advanced JavaScript and XML (AJAX) 

Minimum Qualifications Required Degree in Computer Science or anything related (and deemed as acceptable) 
Expected Salary Rs.20000

Job Profile #12 

Job Title

ISM IS Analyst
Job Description and Responsibilities This job is essentially a team lead for compliance management. It consists mainly to promote employee awareness, do threat modelling, and run investigations into breaches and the promotion of best practices at the BANK group.I work under the Information Systems Security Manager and with the IS Security team, proactively develops policies, processes, and procedures related to a comprehensive security program while assessing threats to the bank information assets. Also educates all employees, managers and stakeholders about the importance of IT Security and works to ensure workforce awareness of security policies and practices.
Tools and Technologies Used ·           Intrusion Detection / Prevention System.·           Antivirus System·           Information Security Monitoring Facilities
Minimum Qualifications Required BSC in IT and CISSP (or Security+) 
Expected Salary N/A

Job Profile #13 

Job Title

Software Engineer
Job Description and Responsibilities ·           Enhancement of main existing software of the company, that is, adding new features to it.  The software is a network monitoring tool, the software generate reports for clients(by doing programming in html and vbScript)·           Work on routers and network devices. 
Tools and Technologies Used DOTNET technologies,HTML,Cisco devices
Minimum Qualifications Required BSc & Knowledge of networking
Expected Salary 16000

Job Profile #14 

Job Title

Workforce Management Coordinator 
Job Description and Responsibilities ·           Rostering of Agents·           Verifying the adherence of the staff to the roster·           Generating reports for Service Level and shrinkage of agents. 
Tools and Technologies Used Blue Pumpkin (To generate rosters) 
Minimum Qualifications Required At least a diploma/degree in the field of Computer Science/IT 
Expected Salary Rs 16,000 

Job Profile #15 

Job Title

Education officer
Job Description and Responsibilities Teaching computer science upto HSC level
Tools and Technologies Used VB & MS Access for project development in SC & HSC
Minimum Qualifications Required BSc required to be able to teach upto HSC level
Expected Salary Rs 14 200

Job Profile #16

Job Title

Web Developer
Job Description and Responsibilities Development of Dynamic Websites and intranet sites and updating/maintaining them
Tools and Technologies Used Asp.net(With
Ajax), Dreamweaver, SQL & Access DB, SharePoint (Intranet) .
Minimum Qualifications Required BSc Computer Science or equivalent
Expected Salary Rs 20,000

Job Profile #17

Job Title

Programmeur/Analyste 
Job Description and Responsibilities Programming, database design and administration, design of DFD and ERD, analysis of functional aspects of a project/module, documentation
Tools and Technologies Used Visual Studio .NET (using C#.NET as programming language) and SQL Server 2000 
Minimum Qualifications Required A good Bachelor’s Degree in IT
Expected Salary Rs 18 000

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64 Comments on “IT Job Profiles in Mauritius – 2007”

  1. viccks Says:

    after a quick glance.. well the .NET framework seems to used very much..

    so boys and gurls you know what to do 🙂

    interesting listing thanks..

    I think its important to mention that salary isn’t the only thing to look in a job profile, Job satisfaction also is important.. so don’t choose a job base only on salary coz you might get bored very quickly..

  2. roushdat Says:

    lol…I looped through all the list-items and looked for the salary field first 😀

    I agree with u viccks that salary is not the only thing to look at, but for me, I think it’s among the first criteria to look at. Definitely Job satisfaction is also very important, but who will work for a very small salary and yet be satisfied? He might starve to death if he’s in mauritius where all prices are on the rise :p

    Very informative post…Watched a tv doc about careers in the IT sector about 2 years ago, but it was mainly for the USA I think and I wondered if it was possible to have one for mauritius. And here it comes in the form of a blog post :p

  3. viccks Says:

    having a boring job will a high salary isn’t among my priorities.. a place where i can learn anduse new technologies, work on big projects is what i will look for..

    anyway i guess it depends on the person and basically i think job preference varies wih age..

    being young and dynamic one may choose to take risks with his or her career.. but as we grow older.. we tend to go more towards stable ones..

  4. roushdat Says:

    “being young and dynamic one may choose to take risks with his or her career..” seems you’ve been influenced by some Posterita presenter :p But it’s true though 😉

  5. ¥@$# Says:

    Well, I think most people are doing CSE related stuffs these days thinking of the salary they might get… Not really many people do these because they appreciate the domain or whatever… Just ask in your class how many really like the field and you’ll get your answer… Personally, I do agree with vicks, job satisfaction would be the priority… If you got job satisfaction, it would boost your performance, and you’ll ultimately get recognised for it and get promotions and consequently pay rises I suppose.

    Nice post… We now got some realistic figures and tasks for IT related jobs.

    Cheers,
    (Egoistic) Yash.

  6. Kavi Khedo Says:

    Please note that job satisfaction is very important, especially for IT related jobs. Very often you will be required to work overtime (up to midnight) without any additional pay, then if do not like what you doing life can be very frustrating. Salary is an important factor tough as it contribute to the status of the work you are doing. However, for the first job, the salary should not be the prime factor, instead the exposure and experience that you will get is lot more important – note there is high mobility (changing jobs) in IT job market and with experience you high bargaining power – then you can expect very high salary.

  7. Yashvin Says:

    hmm, my first comment here…

    the web developer seems interesting to me, not because of the salary because of my interest to that field, job satisfaction…
    i really want a job like that…

  8. Rakesh Says:

    Nice post indeed, few lecturer care about what’s next for students after they complete their course, keep it up .. very informative to final year students like me and complements to the list of companies you mailed us lately. Seems that I need to learn some more tools and technologies as exams are over.

  9. dushyant sharma Says:

    this is altemetly give the right direction for ur bright future.and will help u in right and perfect direction.through u can understand the actual situation of company ‘s reqirement.anmd we can easily find out our desire profile.sp let be ready for use this and be ready for ur desired future in IT.
    i will request that plz mention company name and contact no so any one can contact easily for his job.bcoz i m alao it student and i m looking for job and i will take help from this but i have no contact no and company name.so plz mention it.
    last it will be very benificial for IT studentt.

  10. got ya Says:

    What does ISM IS anlayst means? i’ve heard it’s really a good pay.

  11. satanickkid Says:

    well well… mo pa p trouve mo job profile 😦 am a year 2 student in network security n design…mo pense ki 2 ou 3 ans pou rode ban cisco engineer(ccna ccnp ccdp or ccvp) n security engineers

  12. Rakesh Says:

    Hey…
    This gave me an idea of how we should bargain when have a particular knowledge. This remind me that i went to attend an interview at the Cybercity in a very well known firm but i never knew how much i was worth with my knowledge and qualification. I thank you for having compiled all these details and keep up with pace of time. Any help you may contact me.

  13. Jah Says:

    Hi ..
    What about network and security Engineer with CISCO qualification. Any prospect there …Cyber

  14. David Juste Says:

    Hi

    I was browsing the Internet for Cisco Jobs and came across IT jobs in Mauritius,
    well i was born in Mauritius and moved to South Africa 12 years ago. I’ve been working
    in IT Industry for the past 6 years now and through these years i have gained a lot of experience and would one day love to return home and work. I am currently in the
    systems management and Cisco networking field. I have worked with many different clients and i am very lucky to have work with one of the major IT companies in South Africa Like Business ConneXion and SITA, but i am now with UCS Solutions. I wanted to ask a question about the development of IT in Mauritius, i see a lot of Jobs here advertised but they mostly programming and analyst Jobs. Please can you let me know if there are jobs in the field of “CISCO Internetworking,CISSP,Microsoft Servers “Exchange,SQL,MS SQL, SAP,ORACLE,DB2,ISA Firewall, WLAN,WAN,LAN” and will there be a requirement of people with skills in these field mentioned above. I was very pleased to have found out that Mauritius has 1 CCIE “Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert” that’s awesome and i hope one day soon i can be the second one..which means i will have to move back to Mauritius which i would in a flash. I love Mauritius…and miss it so much.

    My Current Certification:
    Degree in Computer Science,MCP,MCDBA,MCSE 2000,MCSE 2003,MCSE 2000, MCP +I, CCNA,CCDP, ITIL Foundation.

    Please feel free to email me, i would really love to know how the IT Industry is currently operating in Mauritius and in which direction it’s heading…

    Merci beacoup pou sa website la mon bien content pou in reussi envoy un ti mo.

    Kind Regards
    David Juste

  15. arvchandra Says:

    I think wat this page proves is that one shouldnt just follow the masses. learning the .net framework is ok, just as is learning Java or pearl or python. Fact is, where there is too much supply the price goes down. no1’ll get much of a pay by just learning .net or java basics. Jumping on these things isnt the solution, u’ll have to be really good there to make a difference. I prefer doing something that pleases me,with something im totally sure of (in my case J2EE ;-p) What really is important is to keep learning, bettering one’s skills. In the IT field, knowledge lifetime is 3-5 years; in mechanical engineering it’s 45 years, this means that wat you learn today in IT will be obsolete in 6 years’ time.

    Uni teaches just the basics of computing skills, n the final year projects usually wouldnt stand the test of professional software testing. Wen i did my project i thought “Wow!”, bt now i laugh at the mistakes i made there…To be a good programmer one needs to know the api’s inside out, plus know how to use the structures. A degree is just the first step. Once on the job market, therz a lot more than that that counts. but foremost is job satisfaction.

  16. Ramanand Chivate Says:

    My self ramanand chivate I done my mcse.ccna.mct

  17. hooteesha Says:

    yes..
    i do agree with everybody there. i went for an interview last year at Cybercity during my visit to mauritius. but we need to agree it is like a joke out there. there is not technical challenge for the cisco professional in mauritius as yet. it looks like a waste of resources so far.

  18. Reehas Says:

    B ban job profile la seryer, b pa ti pu bon si ti koner ki ban company p offer sa, kumsa lerla kv apply non 🙂

  19. Anagha Says:

    I want to know about Embedded job opportunities in Mauritius. Can you help me for that? Do you know any company looking for Embedded Developers?

  20. harshavardhan Says:

    Hi

    Can you let me know about opportunities for Oracle DBA’s with 4-5 years of experiance
    Will Mauritious be a right place to come for exploring opportunities in this field
    How much pay can I expect in Mauritious

    Thanks in Advance

  21. VED Says:

    hi , everyone ,

    it was nice reading ur comments , but frankly saying you guys u miss out someting
    and here that things goes , in our paradise island , \mauritius , u may have the best qualifications for a job , but if you lack what we call political backing , the job miss u .

    ici dan maurice orik gain grand post travail ek grand la paie, ek ban genie, gain ti la paie ek bizin travail couma boeuf .

    do comments upon this

    ved

  22. hooteesha Says:

    yep …do agree there…….but you know what pas zisse morris …moi mo travaille a l’etranger …mais quand pays grands pas trouver …enan camaleon ki change couleur pas zisse requin……..

    hey ved …..sorry to disappoint u there travaille couma boeuf means 72 hours a week……with half day off per week…not done that …not worked as a boeuf yet ……

    oh i was wondering how is cisco networking in mauritius……..

    and i have been looing at the salary…..boy who says that money does not matter ….. 😦

    hey guys remember that when you study and you get a job you do not sell can of sardines but your knowledge ….then as any boutiquier you will try to maximise the profit ..add the VAT as well ………

  23. Free Footy Says:

    If you have knowledge and contacts then i would prefer to work for myself. Nowadays, where circumstances are, if we don’t have our own business then we won’t go far in life.

    I recommend everyone to have an online business and see how you can earn easily.
    I have done a lot of SEO for many websites and i can tell you that a website itself can make you earn more than $500 (R15, 000) per month if it is fully optimized and well advertised.
    So what if you have 5+ websites?

    Regards

  24. kris Says:

    i live in uk and honestly saying that i would be paid better working in macdonals than all these job given on this page

  25. Clint Says:

    Hi every body,

    I feel very disapointed when I see all your salaries, I live in France and I earn 2500€ by month. I am a Java/JEE 5 and .Net technologies Engineer, and I spend about 37 hours by week at work (40 hrs max).
    I am very angry when I see lots of American and European big companies winning lots of money where lots of you are earning less than 500€ by month, you are doing the same job as us. Ok it is a great thing to have good times at job and having experience, but how can you survive with less than 500€ a month? Are you eating less than European? I don’t think so. Don’t you need a house to sleep, eat, wash, clothes, having children…?
    Well I know that if you refuse the job someone else will take it, and if the salaries are augmented, the companies will go and see somewhere else, it is the law of economy. Very bad thing!
    I hope you’ll earn all of you more money than now, I know that for some you life conditions are not that Frenchs are thinking : the paradise is hiding lots of misery, my family is living in Mauritius (I am a Mauritius citizen) I know what I am talking about.

    Good luck to you all

  26. RG Says:

    The commitment toward work and career does take a toll on mauritian salary, compare to north american due mainly to $. Due to the following social factors.

    The local or offshore companies can pay for higher rate, however knowing the expenses for rent utilities etc are shared by our extended family structure, these companies does take avantage of this.
    The bargaining power for skilled worker is low due to the fact that new graduate does accept lower salary and offset the whole salary structure.

    Evenif work harder , no formal compensation or career growth.
    Stigma of our delivery potential specially further down the career path.

    Cutting down on social life for career benifit not existent.

    Profession not as respect as other engineering or service group.

    Companies going toward lower end of the IT skill set

  27. stephan Says:

    bonjour,
    je voudrais savoir avec un MCSE en poche, quel sont les job opportunities a l’ile maurice..

  28. JT Says:

    @IT Job Profiles in Mauritius
    What about the job of MCSA / MCSE /??
    What is the expected salary for these kind of jobs?

    im very sad having noticed that there is a need for some kind of “backing” to get a job even though i know that some of these people do not have a single certification and just get the job easily while others are struggling to get one…

    If these people are reading this comment i wish them good luck and go to hell bunch of #ssholes!

  29. jt Says:

    Well, I guess with CCNA and MCSE, u can put yourself in a much better position to bargain on the market nowadays..

    btw @ David AWESOME ur CV 🙂

  30. ashley Says:

    Hi am actually doing my BCS diploma and is CCNA certify have experience in IT technician ..
    i eud kno if there’s job for these qualification in Mtius ..i luv to wrk in networking field ..
    but rarely that i see vacancy for net admin

    email me plz : ash270185@yahoo.com (dnt kno if it’s permitted)
    Tel : 753 2566

  31. Pravin Says:

    Hi kavi,

    The job profiles seems interesting…
    The web is very interesting for me as i ve already worked in that sector…

    I wish i cud create all on my own…
    the design and advanced codings too…
    Networkings and databases very interesting too
    If you get sometime try to tell me more about my course and its

  32. acaniadly Says:

    Various of folks talk about this subject but you wrote down some true words.

  33. RCS HR Says:

    Network Project Engineers (Ref: 2010-01-NPE-A)
    Responsibilities

    * Receives change request from the customer/customer representative.
    * Validate & check the eligibility of the technical aspects of change request received.
    * Update the change management tool with the configuration package.
    * To perform Release management activity, application and correction of configuration on routers related to path management.
    * Ensure proper closure after verifying the outcome of the desired objectives.

    Skills/Experience/Qualifications

    * 1-3 years experience in Networking.
    * CCNA qualified or preferably BSCI .
    * Engineering ,computer science or Telecommunications degree or any other equivalent qualification
    * Knowledge on Routing and Switching fundamentals.
    * Experience on Cisco Platforms like 26xx, 36xx.
    * Excellent communication Skills, the ability to communicate appropriate, concise and accurate information in written and verbal formats. Need good presentation skills, able to communicate effectively, to express views and reasons for decisions.
    * Flexibility to work in a dynamic environment with people from different geographical areas and culture
    * Delivery Focus: Ability to clearly focus on priorities and deliverables, define and deliver to fixed dates, and to work under pressure.
    * Planning: Ability to prioritise work based upon business priorities, and to identify and resolve potential conflicts.

  34. RCS HR Says:

    Operational Project Managers (Ref: 2010-01-OPM-A)
    Responsibilities

    * Provide end to end technical project management support for each sub-project
    * Lead, guide and motivate others towards a common goal through complex geographically distributed virtual teams.
    * Ensure effective communication with project actors in prioritising work and resolving conflicts
    * Manage and escalate resource and project conflicts in line with business priorities and ensure that necessary actions are taken.
    * Provide regular project progress reports and dashboard
    * Achieve sub-project deadlines and take accountability for project performance
    * Responsible for delivering the agreed outcomes required from the project
    * Actively promote team effectiveness, morale and productivity

    Skills/Experience/Qualifications

    * Educational level: Bachelor’s degree in any one of the following: Electronic & Communication Engineering, Computer Science, Information & Communication Technology
    * At least 2 years managing complex projects in a large organisation, including experience of leading and delivering IT infrastructure projects
    * MS Office applications (Excel, Word, Power Point) and Web-based tools. Must have detailed knowledge of the Project Lifecycle and processes.
    * Project administration skills – minute taking, project planning, following up
    * Excellent communication Skills, the ability to communicate appropriate, concise and accurate information in written and verbal formats. Need good presentation skills, able to communicate effectively, to express views and reasons for decisions.

  35. RCS HR Says:

    Network Team Managers (Ref: 2010-01-NTM-A)
    Responsibilities

    * Receives change request from the customer/customer representative.
    * Validate & check the eligibility of the technical aspects of change request received.
    * Update the change management tool with the configuration package.
    * To perform Release management activity, application and correction of configuration on routers related to path management.
    * Ensure proper closure after verifying the outcome of the desired objectives.
    Organize the work of the team.
    * Provide assistance and coaching
    * Align team objectives on project’s Key Performance Indicators
    * Provide timely and accurate progress reports
    * Insure a close monitoring on the team performance
    * Coordinate escalation towards and from the team

    Skills/Experience/Qualifications

    * 1-2 years of management experience in Networking or IT environment
    * 1-3 years experience in Networking.
    * CCNA qualified or preferably BSCI .
    * Engineering ,computer science or Telecommunications degree or any or any other equivalent qualification
    * Knowledge on Routing and Switching fundamentals.
    * Experience on Cisco Platforms like 26xx, 36xx.
    * Organized and methodical
    * Keen to monitor Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and meet agreed objectives
    * MS Office applications (Excel, Word, Power Point) and Web-based tools.
    * Excellent communication Skills, the ability to communicate appropriate, concise and accurate information in written and verbal formats. Need good presentation skills, able to communicate effectively, to express views and reasons for decisions.
    * Flexibility to work in a dynamic environment with people from different geographical areas and culture
    * Delivery Focus: Ability to clearly focus on priorities and deliverables, define and deliver to fixed dates, and to work under pressure.
    * Planning: Ability to prioritise work based upon business priorities, and to identify and resolve potential conflicts.
    * Initiative: Must be able to work with little or no supervision and be able to cope with events and accept responsibility.
    * Innovation: Show an individual flair, have a component of imagination and original thinking. Self-motivated and confident in own thinking and decisions.
    * Fluent in English spoken and written. French is an asset
    * Cross-Functional and Inter-Disciplinary Awareness, understanding the needs, objectives and constraints of those in other disciplines and functions
    * Initiative: being proactive, taking action and anticipating outcomes
    * Stress Handling: retaining objectivity and proper understanding of a problem or situation when placed under conditions of stress
    * Taking account of new information or changed circumstances and modifying understanding of a problem or situation accordingly

  36. Radziel Says:

    How will someone get a job in it if they
    don’t have experience which obviously employers ask for
    at least 3 years…we see a lot of beginners do get stuck but they have all certs and training.please someone explain this to me??

  37. Radziel Says:

    And no experience obviously lowers your chances to get employed..so how to get experience of you are not offered a job??

  38. Radziel Says:

    if*

  39. Pravish Says:

    Hi, can i know what are the jobs opportunity after completing the courses of CCNA and A+.???

    Thank You.

  40. Jaydeep Says:

    Hey, can any one please inform me about current job opportunities as JAVA developer in Mauritius along with the expected salary. And if yes then whom should I contact.

    Thanks in advance.

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  42. CCDP Says:

    I am amused of what is posted here. This might be helpful to me.

    If there is a need for you to train Java developer, I’d be willing to participate. Thanks a lot.

  43. OptimusIT Says:

    I’ve recently applied for a job in Mauritius as a Business Objects Developer. I have been working in Australia for 6 yrs now and have been working with various technologies. I was amazed to find out how many IT people in Mauritius are a lot less than what I would think is a median salary. I think there needs to be a controlling body which would classify each and every jobs in IT to have a minimum salary. My analysis from the cost of living in mauritius would be around the 60 to 70k MUR per month. I have noticed that a lot of those IT companies only pay 3,500 MUR per month which is very low for travelling expenses. Imagine that filling up your petrol tank once is around 2,000 to 2,500 rupees. How can one pay only 3,500 rupees when the government pays MUR 8,690 per month.
    I think that all IT professionals should join an association which would set standards in Mauritius.

    There needs to be a revolution in this sector as we as professionals in IT in mauritius are well under paid!

  44. Keshav Says:

    What about the network field…..and CCNA courses????
    I guest they even have high priorities in Mauritius.

  45. Shesh Sridat Says:

    mo pa truv ccna ladan mwa
    pna travail ccna dan moris?

  46. Shesh Sridat Says:

    apres ban ministre dir ban jeunes zordi jours kit zot lile natale e ae travail dehors…b couyons pa samem ki nou bzn fer!!

  47. anoop Says:

    hi there,
    i just want to know know how much is a CCIE holder salary can be. i personally i am addicted to network i just love that field.

  48. Grajanand Kumar Rajputty Says:

    plse see if zer is a post of computer tech. A+

  49. Indevarsing Adjodha Says:

    Hi, i wish that someone can advise me for my job career. my position is IT Operation Analyst and work on ERP environment/oracle. Have some knowlegde in web desgining. my courses are as follow:
    Modules Attempted in Diploma in IT
    1. Computer Fundamentals
    2. Elementary Mathematics
    3. Programming Concepts(C-language)
    4. Internet Application(HTML, JavaScript, CSS)
    5. Database Management System(MS-Access, SQL)
    6. Organization and Management
    7. Programming Concepts and Techniques(Java J2SE)
    8. Digital Multimedia(CS3, Action Script, Lingo)
    9. Professional Communication Workshop
    10. Software Engineering Essentials
    11. Client OS Support(Windows XP, Vista)
    12. Web Programming(PHP, MySQL)
    13. Visual Programming(C#.net)
    14. Network
    15. Mobile Computing(LAN,WAN,WAP,J2ME)
    16. Fundamental Mathematics
    17. Internet Security(Firewall, ISA server)
    18. Network OS Administration
    19. Professional Practice
    20. Web Multimedia(2D,3D graphics)
    21. Entrepreneurship
    22. Programming Project(C language)
    23. Software Development Project(PHP)
    Skills
    Programming Languages
    1. C/C++
    2. Object-Oriented Java Programming(J2SE,J2ME)
    3. PHP & MYSQL
    4. C#(.net platform)
    5. ASP.net 3.5
    Web Design Applications
    1. Adobe Flash CS3 Professional
    2. Adobe CS3 Dreamweaver
    3. Adobe CS3 Illustrator
    4. Adobe CS3 Photoshop
    5. Adobe CS3 Fireworks
    6. Macromedia Freehand MX
    7. Macromedia Director MX
    CS4, CS5 (up to dates)
    Other Applications
    1. Ms Word
    2. Ms Excel
    3. Ms Access
    4. Ms Outlook
    5. Ms PowerPoint
    Operating System (OS)
    1. Windows XP Pro
    2. Windows Vista

    My email is iadjodha@gmail.com or contact me on 9426788..
    Salary expected is Rs12,000 to >+transport allowance

  50. Anonymous Says:

    Ciao all brothers and sisters, I’ll let you make your own judgment: I work in a major European city, no formal university qualification but self taught in data analysis, vb programming, applications analyst, business management and loads of managerial and analytical experience in actual work environment and all due to tenacity, dedication and will to learn on the job. I command around Euro 5000 a months with all perks including company car, and other benefits as I work for a global corporation.

    Conclusion: I believe the IT sector in Mauritius need to scale up and be a recognised sector! I let you decide….

  51. sharma Says:

    Hi,

    interested in CCNA, CCNP and BCS course, email me on bstrainingit@gmail.com, a newly fully furnish CCIE cisco lab, 10 yrs experince IT trainer

  52. Ad Black Says:

    Is it true Mauritius will lack qualified IT Professionals in the coming years. Personally, I do not so believe.


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  55. Mohini Says:

    Hello, i wanted to know which is better, a Bachelor of Computer applications from India or a Bsc in mauriitius?
    i’ve heard that BSc have more than a bachelor degree only..is that true?
    please enlighten me more on this..its a matter of my career..
    Mohini

  56. Rose Grand Says:

    1050 Sherbrooke Street West
    Montreal, QC H3A 2R6, Canada.

    Hello.
    My name is Rose Christana Grand, the Human Resources Manager of Omni Mont-Royal Hotel, Canada, I wish to inform you about the latest recruitment openings in this esteemed organization, whereby eligible men and women is needed, and whether you’re just starting your career in hospitality or you’re an experienced managerial candidate, feel free to submit an application, but candidates must have pleasing personality, Pleasant complexion, good communication skills and pleasant manners, English fluency mandatory, knowledge of any foreign language added advantage.

    Of late, there has been an increase in lucrative and satisfying jobs for not just the native Canadians but for the immigrant community as well, so we seek serious minded and honest prospective applicants to apply. Hotel will be responsible for air ticket and shall also exercise in visa process.

    Contact us: omni.montroyalhotel_canada@yahoo.ca

    Thanks,
    Ms. Rose C. Grand,
    Human Resources Manager.

  57. Dhunput Khemraj Says:

    I would like to apply but i cannot find the email address through which i can send my cv.


  58. Gut, sauber und fair müssen Slow-Food-Produkte laut Definition von Gründer Carlo Petrini sein.

  59. Marcella Says:

    Zusammenfassend kann man sagen, dass der Wohnort in vielen verschiedenen Lebensbereichen deutlichen Einfluss auf
    die Gesundheit der Einwohner hat.

  60. Rae Says:

    Durch das wechselnde Wetter hatte sie einige Probleme mit den Gelenken und
    hatte es erst auf die Ernährungsumstellung zurückgeführt.


  61. Anonym (25.11.2011): Ich bin eine Patientin, bei der es genügen würde, das Gewicht zu reduzieren, um keinen hohen Blutdruck zu haben.


  62. Leichter Vollwert-Ernährung und das Einüben des Umgangs mit
    Essen benötigt hier besonders viel Raum.

  63. Vicky Jugnauth Says:

    At Accenture Mauritius, salary of a Senior SE Analyst ranges from 40K to 60K.
    Salary of a SE TL 60K to 100K.
    Many Senior SE Analyst and Team Leaders at Accenture drive brand new BMW, Audi and Qashqai.


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