Perl vacancy in Bristol
Andrew.McGregor at amtrak.co.uk
Fri Apr 25 06:59:29 CDT 2003
FYI The role has changed slightly to a more senior position and may be
more suitable for some people.
Hope to see some of you this Tues/Wed.
As discussed, the role is now a more senior Perl development position.
The core aspects of the position are a strong technical understanding of
code. The individual will be merging and matching files, variable
inserts/texts, changing files to pdf's and then to emails, and drawing
charts and graphs. They will have to be comfortable reading code. They
will be working on commerical projects with large customers that would
last between 6 and 18 months, and take full responsibility with the
client as well as mentoring junior members of the development team.
It is now paying between 20 and 25K, with a good ball-park figure being
around £23,000 for someone with roughly 3 years Perl development
experience.. They are looking to arrange first round interviews for next
Best International Group,
Tel : 0117 945 9000
Fax : 0117 945 9090
Mobile : 07855 329265
Email : manderton at best-international.com
Andrew McGregor wrote:
> "My Bristol-based client requires a relatively junior developer to
> join their Perl programming team. You will be merging files, producing
> programme solutions, and therefore 1-2 years commercial experience of
> Perl development is essential. Good communication and team playing
> skills are also a necessity"
> Any problems, please let me know. If you can ask interested people to
> give me a call on 0117 945 9000, or email me on
> manderton at best-international.com.
> Andrew McGregor wrote:
>> Hello World,
>> If I point a recruitment agent to this list will I get loads of abuse
>> from the regular readers* who don't want this list spammed, or would
>> people prefer me to get a copy of the job spec and post it myself.
>> Or is everyone blissfully employed?
>> * If there is such a person, as this list probably has one of the
>> highest ratio of members to posters, in the world, ever.
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