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JENEFER P. BERMUSA
Victory Sur, Santiago City
+639483580840
supercali899@yahoo.com
PERSONAL PARTICULARS
PERSONAL PARTICULARS

Date of Birth: January 10, 1983
Gender: Male
Nationality: Filipino
Marital Status: Married
SSS No. 01-1755475-3
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
Spoken Languages: Filipino, English, Ilocano
Degree: Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
School: AMA Computer College – Santiago City, Philippines
Date Attended: 2002 – 2005
Awards: Technical Support Award
Loyalty Award
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
Community Service and Extra Curricular Activities Award
Company Name: AMA Computer College – Santiago City Campus
Position Title: Instructor
Specialization: Information Technology – Computer Science
Industry: Education
Date Employed: June 2013 – to present
Duties: Instruct Computer and Infotech. Fundamentals, Cisco Network and Lab. Technician
Facilitate Thesis – Systems Analysis and Design

Company Name: Artweb Services Inc.
Position Title: System Administrator/Web Developer/Graphics Designer
Specialization: System Administrator and Web Development
Industry: Business Software Solution/Business Software Development
Date Employed: October 2011 to October 2012
Duties: Web Development/System Administration

Company Name: Reishigo Philippines Inc.
Position Title: System Administrator/IT Head
Specialization: System Administrator and Development
Industry: Sales and Marketing
Date Employed: July 2010 to February 2011
Duties:…...

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