Er... pay scale?
If any of you fancy moving to the private sector, SmoothWall are recruiting!
We are looking for a junior programmer to join the Guardian team - you'll need C/C++ and linux knowledge for this one, perl and understanding of networking an advantage.
Secondly, we're after a tester - some experience of software testing methodology would be useful, but not entirely necessary.
Ideally, candidates for either post would be educated to degree level, but we are happy to consider anyone.
Both jobs are based in our dev office in southampton (hamble).
If anyone would like to apply, or wants more info, visit our website, or give me a call and i'll send you all the info. Similarly, if you know someone who might be interested, i'll make it worth your while if we end up employing them
Er... pay scale?
We haven't advertised pay scales; mainly because it's moveable - we'll pay the right person what they're worth. If anyone's interested and wants to suggest what they might be worth I will run it past Daniel - he's doing the recruiting. He's not in today tho.
We're *still* looking to fill both these roles, if you're interested, or know anyone who might be, we'll make it well worth the effort!
Southampton bit too far to travel from Leicester just need to find a job that will let me work home
Looks like I'm going to have to start to learn to programming
So you havent filled them in a month - knowing how many of us techie types there are down here, I am wondering why? Are you very very specific about what you want or?
Must be tight with the salary 8)
Hmmmm, programming - it's a bit like prostitution. I tried it once and didn't like it...
@tech_guy: The least said about that, the better! 8)
I'm with tech_guy on this one....except....not so much with the prostitution thing.
Maybe replace prostitution with, i dunno...gin or something.
Cmon we all know programmers live in a parallel universe.....
...and engineers can't spell...
(yes i'm doing a BEng...and no i can't really spell)
I don't know why we haven't filled them. It is certainly not the salary, we're having trouble getting applicants with the right skills (maybe we're a bit picky?) - there's certainly not that many people with a linuxy aptitude applying. Perhaps we're recruiting in the wrong way? I dunno. We are using a number of agencies.
Even if you don't fancy it yourselves, if you know someone who does we'll certainly make the recommendation worth your while
say no more
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