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Old 07-01-2008, 09:11 PM
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[For Hire] System Admin / Level 3 Support


Hello, my name is Gary Carr. I am the former founder and owner of an ISP, Web Hosting, and Competitive Local Exchange Carrier. After selling my businesses and taking an extended vacation I am seeking employment in a level 3 or System Admin capacity. I’ve been in the Internet business since 1995 when I founded my first company out of a spare bedroom of my house. Having grown, managed, and built out a physical company owned network that started business as a BBS in 1995 to a full service provider servicing over 15,000 dial/DSL customers, managing 60,000 domains on over 100 servers, and providing telecommunication services to over 2000 customers I have the experience to perform just about any job function required in this business.

I seek employment that will allow me to work from my home office here in North Carolina. Re-location is something I would consider for the right job after a mutual probationary work period.


I can be reached by email to garyacarr [at] gmail.com


Best Regards,


Gary

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Old 07-01-2008, 10:36 PM
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