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msalar
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New Openings - Kuwait

Post by msalar » Mon Apr 20, 2009 7:20 am

We have a new opening for few SAP Consultants. Kindly find below details.



1. SAP Manufacturing Consultant –
* Bachelor or Master Degree
* General work Experience in Manufacturing Co like Aluminum, Wood, Marble, Ceramics, Paints
* Implementation of SAP minimum 5 years.
* Minimum 3-4 End-to-End SAP Implementation experience in the above industries.
* Expected Monthly Salary Inclusive (USD 4100-5100)
* Visa to be provided.
* No income tax
* Salary is inclusive of all other benefits.




2. SAP FICO Consultant –

* Bachelor or Master Degree
* General work Experience in Manufacturing Co like Aluminum, Wood, Marble, Ceramics, Paints
* Implementation of SAP minimum 2 years.
* Minimum 1-2 End-to-End SAP Implementation experience in the above industries.
* Expected Monthly Salary Inclusive (USD 2000 – 2750KD)
* Visa to be provided.
* No income tax
* Salary is inclusive of all other benefits.



3. SAP HCM Consultant –

* Bachelor or Master Degree
* General work Experience in Manufacturing Co like Aluminum, Wood, Marble, Ceramics, Paints
* Implementation of SAP HCM minimum 2 years.
* Minimum 1-2 End-to-End SAP Implementation experience in the above industries.
* Expected Monthly Salary Inclusive (USD 2000 – 2750KD)
* Visa to be provided.
* No income tax
* Salary is inclusive of all other benefits..



4. SAP MM Consultant

* Bachelor or Master Degree
* General work Experience in Manufacturing Co like Aluminum, Wood, Marble, Ceramics, Paints
* Implementation of SAP minimum 2 years.
* Minimum 1-2 End-to-End SAP Implementation experience in the above industries.
* Expected Monthly Salary Inclusive (USD 2000 – 2750KD)
* Visa to be provided.
* No income tax
* Salary is inclusive of all other benefits.

If interested, please forward your CV's to People (at) bitco (dot) com (dot) kw


Thanks!

Best Regards,

Placements - BITCO
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FICON
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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by FICON » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:22 pm

"Expected Salary Inclusive ( 600 – 800KD)"

What does KD means?
How much it is equivalent to USD?

ese_pinche_ABAP
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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by ese_pinche_ABAP » Mon Apr 20, 2009 2:07 pm

What does KD means?
How much it is equivalent to USD?
Gosh, what does KD mean? Let's see, the openings are in Kuwait, what the heck could KD mean? Hmmm, that's a toughie, maybe someone can crack it but it's quite puzzling... :roll:

And what is the equivalent to USD, another toughie, I know there's a way to find out, but...just can't seem to put my finger on it, another tough question... :roll:

Ya know, maybe you're just not cut out for any of these positions if ya gotta ask questions like that. But I'll give you a hint - 600 to 800 KD is about 1 lakh which means really, really low (at least by Western standards) even if that amount is a weekly one...but the OP does not say what the time period for the amounts are. And don't ask me how much 1 lakh is. One would think with all the resources of the internet available, any reasonably intelligent person could find out a lotta stuff...one would be wrong. :lol:

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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by Snowy » Mon Apr 20, 2009 5:58 pm

search terms on Google:

600 KWD to USD

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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by FICON » Tue Apr 21, 2009 1:03 pm

ese_pinche_ABAP wrote:
What does KD means?
How much it is equivalent to USD?
Gosh, what does KD mean? Let's see, the openings are in Kuwait, what the heck could KD mean? Hmmm, that's a toughie, maybe someone can crack it but it's quite puzzling... :roll:

And what is the equivalent to USD, another toughie, I know there's a way to find out, but...just can't seem to put my finger on it, another tough question... :roll:

Ya know, maybe you're just not cut out for any of these positions if ya gotta ask questions like that. But I'll give you a hint - 600 to 800 KD is about 1 lakh which means really, really low (at least by Western standards) even if that amount is a weekly one...but the OP does not say what the time period for the amounts are. And don't ask me how much 1 lakh is. One would think with all the resources of the internet available, any reasonably intelligent person could find out a lotta stuff...one would be wrong. :lol:
The most easy thing which any one can do is finding fault in others.
And it looks that you are expert in that area.
But don't forget that every time you are blaming others, three fingers are ponting towards you.

ese_pinche_ABAP
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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by ese_pinche_ABAP » Tue Apr 21, 2009 1:15 pm

three fingers are ponting towards you
Wow, you are quite harsh. I myself would point only one finger at you. :twisted:
The most easy thing which any one can do is finding fault in others
In your case yes, it is easy, it's called a "target-rich environment". :mrgreen:

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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by FICON » Tue Apr 21, 2009 8:53 pm

ese_pinche_ABAP wrote:
three fingers are ponting towards you
Wow, you are quite harsh. I myself would point only one finger at you. :twisted:
The most easy thing which any one can do is finding fault in others
In your case yes, it is easy, it's called a "target-rich environment". :mrgreen:
God bless you.

cleesk
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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by cleesk » Wed Apr 22, 2009 1:32 am

Hmm... job in Kuwait.
KD ... probably... Kuwait Dinar (KWD).
1 KWD around 3.416 USD ???

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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by FICON » Wed Apr 22, 2009 8:47 pm

cleesk wrote:Hmm... job in Kuwait.
KD ... probably... Kuwait Dinar (KWD).
1 KWD around 3.416 USD ???
Thank you for your time.
Appreciated

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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by Snowy » Thu Apr 23, 2009 6:42 am

have you tried my previous answer? it would have given you an exact answer.
Snowy wrote:search terms on Google:

600 KWD to USD

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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by thx4allthefish » Thu Apr 23, 2009 6:59 am

Snowy wrote:search terms on Google:

600 KWD to USD
i didn't know one could do that! i always used bank sites to do the conversion. this is much more convenient. thank you!
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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by Snowy » Thu Apr 23, 2009 11:47 am

no prob,

you can even convert miles to kilometers, inches to centimeters:

12 inches to cm

more about this feature (and much more) at http://www.google.ca/intl/en/help/featu ... calculator

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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by FICON » Thu Apr 23, 2009 10:35 pm

Snowy wrote:no prob,

you can even convert miles to kilometers, inches to centimeters:

12 inches to cm

more about this feature (and much more) at http://www.google.ca/intl/en/help/featu ... calculator
Nice link
http://www.google.ca/intl/en/help/featu ... calculator

Thank you Snowy

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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by bill_sd » Mon Apr 27, 2009 8:35 am

Does that rate include free housing and KB ? (Kuwaity Beer)

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Re: New Openings - Kuwait

Post by bgamble » Mon Apr 27, 2009 9:17 am

ese_pinche_ABAP wrote:Ya know, maybe you're just not cut out for any of these positions if ya gotta ask questions like that. :

Thank god that has never really mattered in this business. I have had lots of jobs I have not been cut out for

Bill_SD is an SD consultant, he cant be expected to understand currency conversion
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