Luke Dibben

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Luke Dibben
Luke Dibben

Locality: Sydney Area, Australia
Summary: 3 years of Business Analysis in Telecommunication, and Education. Over 15 years of technical support experience at all levels in mainly large multinational corporations in industries ranging from Industrial Relations, IT, Telecommunications, and Education.
Current: Business Analyst at Veolia Environmental Services Business Applications Support Analyst at Veolia Environmental Services - Australia
Past: Business Analyst at MXL Business Analyst/Support Analyst at Kordia Solutions Pty Ltd Linux/Windows Computer Consultant at Jigsaw Technologies Mobile Technical Support Analyst at Optus Technical Support Analyst at Hewlett and Packard Technical Support Analyst at Vodafone Australia Technical Support Analyst at Datacom Systems Administrator at Austrlalian Government Information Services NSW Chambers of Manufacturers at Australian Business Limited Technical Support Analyst at CompuServe Pacific see less... 7 more...
Education:  Macquarie University  (1990-1993) 
 St Leo's College  (1982-1990) 

Industry: Environmental Services
Skills: Business Analysis, Development, Customer Relations, Technical Support,
Experience: Veolia Environmental Services (Public Company; 10,001 or more employees; VE; Environmental Services industry): Business Analyst,  (July 2008-Present) 
Veolia Environmental Services - Australia (Environmental Services industry): Business Applications Support Analyst,  (2008-Present) 
MXL (Public Company; 11-50 employees; Information Technology ...
Interests: career opportunities, reference requests, getting back in touch

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Whales Revenge - Help us save the whales and stop the ...

683877 Luke Dibben from Sydney, Australia - signed petition on 9th December 2007; 683876 Lleslee Fleming from Melbourne, Australia - signed petition on 9th December 2007

The Sydney Morning Herald Blogs: Entertainment

... this, its the musicians that will survive, and the middle men who will fade away, only because the control of distribution has been taken out of their hands. Posted by: Luke Dibben ...