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    I would be most interested in working in Southern California, I hear it never rains there

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    Southampton is the developers and gurus that are there when you get blonde IT Managers....
    Ouch. Bit stereotypical there John? ;-)

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    Sign me up for the California role, been looking to move to the States for awhile!

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    Guys, if you are serious about working in SoCal (as it is known to the US guys) let me know, that one's all a bit up in the air right now, because we are finding it tough to co-ordinate a recruitment, but I would still be interested to hear from you

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    another one for SoCal here .. been looking on and off at Jobs for a while .. and more than willing to relocate (anywhere!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by vikpaw View Post
    Is working in the states considered as a hardship role? As in, do you get an allowance for being overseas? Is it easy for a brit to go there for work...? i'm learning to like the sun
    Well they did sent the lovely Claire out there last year and she hasn't returned yet and hasn't been seen since...... Although they did all assure me at BETT she was alive and very much enjoying her new role out in the US so maybe you could go and join her Vik.

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    +rep for a job description which includes the role "lurking on edugeek"



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    Quote Originally Posted by john View Post
    Well they did sent the lovely Claire out there last year and she hasn't returned yet and hasn't been seen since...... Although they did all assure me at BETT she was alive and very much enjoying her new role out in the US so maybe you could go and join her Vik.
    Sounds good to me - i look good in my Hollister outfit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom_newton View Post
    ...Also, this job involves a bunch of travelling, which is much easier if you can drive, so a driving licence is borderline essential. Additionally, you are likely to end up at various points around the country (and indeed worldwide, we have offices on both coasts of the US), so spending a couple of nights away each month is expected...
    Interesting-sounding job. Would you consider someone who is just about to start learning to drive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butuz View Post
    +rep for a job description which includes the role "lurking on edugeek"



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    I don't see that on LinkedIn... :s

    Surely it should be listed as Essential experience

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    I would be very interested in the SoCal position... or possibly the "sunny" Leeds position although I'm looking to switch roles in probably 6 months... Where about's should I push my C.V?

    Are the prerequisites the same for either role?
    Last edited by JB_IT; 22nd March 2011 at 12:32 PM.

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    this job looks like an amazing opportunity, unfortunately I am not able to even think about relocating to Leeds (young Family, wife's job etc) but good luck to those that do go for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB_IT View Post
    I would be very interested in the SoCal position... or possibly the "sunny" Leeds position although I'm looking to switch roles in probably 6 months... Where about's should I push my C.V?

    Are the prerequisites the same for either role?
    Email to me is fine.

    Pre-req's the same for each, yes.

    As for "lurking on edugeek" being essential experience... nah, its easy to teach and robf, craigf and nile all are fairly regular posters... one member of my team is a secret lurker though!?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom_newton View Post
    Email to me is fine.

    Pre-req's the same for each, yes.

    As for "lurking on edugeek" being essential experience... nah, its easy to teach and robf, craigf and nile all are fairly regular posters... one member of my team is a secret lurker though!?!
    I hate to break it to you, Tom, but having a split personality and your other 'Tom' not posting is not a secret lurker!



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