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Meaning of "Stellenantritt Vorgesehen per"

i got a form to sign from my employer and its all in German. I tried translating most of it using google language tool but couldn't understand the meaning of "Stellenantritt Vorgesehen per- 01.09.2011" which translates to "provide competes provided by" in english by google language tool. Could someone help me understand what exactly is its logical meaning? Thanks in advance.
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i got a form to sign from my employer and its all in German. I tried translating most of it using google language tool but couldn't understand the meaning of "Stellenantritt Vorgesehen per- 01.09.2011" which translates to "provide competes provided by" in english by google language tool. Could someone help me understand what exactly is its logical meaning? Thanks in advance.
Preferred start date: 01 Sept 2011
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Old 03.08.2011, 13:15
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It's not the preferred starting date but the designated starting date.
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It's not the preferred starting date but the designated starting date.
I would have said "forseen" or "planned" rather than "designated", but yes.

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