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    Default IT jobs in Santo Domingo

    Hi,

    I was wondering what the market is like for IT professionals with UNIX and WIN support experience? Anyone know what the salaries approximately are?

    Or if anyone knows for pilots (Commerical with couple thousand hours in the log book) ???

    Looking to get married to my GF there in near future and we are trying to decide in which country we will live in...

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    RD$25-30,000 (US$780-US$940) monthly if you have been with the company a long time and really know your stuff. Plus you will need to be fully bilingual (Spanish/English).

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    Default IT jobs in Santo Domingo

    Robert,

    1) So is one town usually having more demand than say Santo Domingo?
    2) How hard is it to find such an IT Job if you speak little to no Spanish? ( I'm fluent in English and German)
    3) Since I'm not able YET to speak Spanish fluent, what's a rough guess of the salaries? I have 8 years of experience between Power Companies and Banks.

    Many thanks for your input!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aerobaticman
    Robert,

    1) So is one town usually having more demand than say Santo Domingo?
    2) How hard is it to find such an IT Job if you speak little to no Spanish? ( I'm fluent in English and German)
    3) Since I'm not able YET to speak Spanish fluent, what's a rough guess of the salaries? I have 8 years of experience between Power Companies and Banks.

    Many thanks for your input!
    I have no good news for you

    My guess would be you have almost zero chance of finding an IT job.

    Your only hope is to do lots and lots of people (Dominican) networking and hope you find something. Most IT jobs are found through friends and business associates.

    You could look at serving the local ex-pat community, but that is a very hard road and comes with itís on set of problems. Most fail from what I have seen.

    Santo Domingo will be your best bet. Purely because of its size and the number of businesses here.

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    If you don't mind, send me your resume or CV. Not that I can guarantee you a job but I do know a company that is looking for IT professionals right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aerobaticman
    Robert,

    1) So is one town usually having more demand than say Santo Domingo?
    2) How hard is it to find such an IT Job if you speak little to no Spanish? ( I'm fluent in English and German)
    3) Since I'm not able YET to speak Spanish fluent, what's a rough guess of the salaries? I have 8 years of experience between Power Companies and Banks.

    Many thanks for your input!
    What were you doing? power companies and banks?
    WEB, JAVA, UNIX, MAINFRAME???
    MIDRANGE.

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    Hi all,
    Looking at the dates on this threads, they are pretty old.
    I need to know if there are good jobs in Santo Domingo in the IT industry for a CCNP with 10+ years experience in managing voice and data networks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paskoul View Post
    Hi all,
    Looking at the dates on this threads, they are pretty old.
    I need to know if there are good jobs in Santo Domingo in the IT industry for a CCNP with 10+ years experience in managing voice and data networks.
    Open a new thread.

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