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CAREERS

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The GigaRefurb team is always growing and we are always on the lookout for talented individuals We are based in Manchester, Close to the City Centre. We have numerous job roles available so get in touch if you like a challenge and can really bring something to our team!




Job Roles

IT Technician

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Are you a budding IT Technician? Are your vibrant and have the motivation to bring something dynamic to our team? We are looking for talented IT Technicians who are competent with IT Hardware. Your Role will be refurbishing IT Equipment to a very high standard following strict guidelines and procedures. We require qualifications such as Comp Tia A+ or Microsoft MCITP. We will only accept the best for this role! If you think you have something you can offer please email us your CV and 200 Word covering letter to explain why you would like to work at GigaRefurb and tell us what you can offer?

News

  • SpaceX excited fans and upset scientists at the same time when it launched the first Falcon Heavy rocket over a year ago. The launch itself was spectacular as the company used the Falcon Heavy launch to push Elon Musk's own Tesla Roadster into space with a stuffed SpaceX spacesuit behind the wheel that was dubbed Starman. Keeping with true Elon Musk style, the Roadster had "Don't Panic" written on the navigation screen as a nod to the iconic "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" book. We have now learned that the duo has completed their first orbit around the Sun.
  • A key investor in London's King's Cross development has told the BBC that it is trying to find out more detail about how facial recognition is being used in the area.
  • Three has launched its 5G service for the home, initially available to residents of certain areas of London only.