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Old 01-12-2003, 03:47   #1 (permalink)
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G'day Everbody,

My name is Steve and I have just completed a Mechanical Engineering Course at Victoria University of Technology. I am now seeking a mechanical engineering job preferably within the automotive industry as a design engineer.

If anybody is seeking or would like to build up a young engineer into a full professional, then I am your man. I can be contacted via e-mail at:

koka@alphalink.com.au

Any position or help/advice would be greatly appreciated.

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I (FORDV8's younger brother) am about to start the same course at Uni of Tech Sydney (UTS)....
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David Flint & Geoff Polities take notice. this could be your man.
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Thanks for the support guys and good luck with the course FORDV8, it is a good course to complete as it can open a lot of doors for you in the future.

Maybe I should also mention that I also had the pleasure to work at Tickford back in 1998 for 6 week where I helped develop a database system, which I hope they still use and David Flint remebers.
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