[Job] Not perl
shevek at anarres.org
Tue Dec 23 16:04:00 CST 2003
Hmm. I'm in dire need of work at the moment. However, I have little
interest in coding ASP, and certainly not full time. I think I'll go talk
to them and see how much flexibility there might be in the offer in view
of expertise. Either I learn ASP part time, or I could offer to code
On Tue, 23 Dec 2003, Jon Wilson wrote:
> Armadillo! Crunchy executive IT jobs on the outside, flashy offices in
> the middle of Bath on the inside.
> They used to employ various students when I was at Bath Uni.
> Magnus Huckvale wrote:
> >I think se should have a no anonymous jobs rule for the Bath.pm list.
> >Who's it for?
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: owner-bath-pm-list at pm.org
> >>[mailto:owner-bath-pm-list at pm.org] On Behalf Of David Hodgkinson
> >>Sent: 23 December 2003 20:00
> >>To: bath-pm-list at happyfunball.pm.org
> >>Cc: bristol lug
> >>Subject: [Job] Not perl
> >>OK, so it's not Perl and the money's not the best, but I know
> >>who it is and they're a good bunch to work for. Let me know
> >>how you get on!
> >>Ty: Permanent
> >>Po: Internet Developer
> >>Sk: An Internet recruitment company based in Bath requires an Internet
> >> Applications Programmer to take a key role in the development of
> >> their leading edge Website. The successful candidate
> >>should have a 2
> >> 1 or 1st Degree in anumerate/scientific discipline - preferably
> >> Computer Science or Engineering and have hands-on
> >>experience of the
> >> following technologies and applications - HTML programming
> >> (essential), Microsoft ASP Web Pages (preferable), SQL database
> >> programming - Microsoft SQL Server i...
> >>Lo: Bath
> >>Ra: Up To 18k
> >>Ag: Armadillo Executive Resourcing
> >>Cn: Diane Erskine
> >>Te: 01225 443077
> >>Fa: 01225 443078
> >>Em: mailto:jobs at armadillo-uk.com
> >>Re: JS-INTERNET-DE
> >>Lk: http://www.jobserve.com/EJ.asp?M=3DM01&J=3DJAA75EF7EAC08AA44
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