Posts Tagged ‘jobs’

Jobs ahoy!

May 2nd, 2014

I know of quite a few companies currently recruiting – so if you are job hunting and think any of the following are of interest to you, please get in contact:

Leicester based
Senior Magento Developer
Senior Digital Designer
WordPress Developer
Account Manager

London based
Account Manager
Big Data Engineer
DevOps Engineer / Big Data SysAdmin
Machine Learning Specialist
Partnership Development Manager?

Guidford based
Sales Executive
DevOps Engineer
Python Software Developer
Systems Administrator

Brighton based
Java Developer
Head of User Experience and Design (UI / UX)
Senior Designer/UI Developer
Accountant
Senior Accountant
Trainee Account Manager (Finance Industry)
Outbound Sales Advisor

UK (contract/remote work)
WordPress Developer (up to £30/per hour)
Senior WordPress Developer (up to £45/per hour)
Symfony Developer

Contracting: Looking for work: Unusual job sources

September 9th, 2008

I’m aware that a number of people reading this blog at the moment are looking for work – well, here’s a few resources you can try that you may not have considered:

(yes, Workcircle should be paying me a small commission if you find a job through their system).

Are there any unusual resources for IT jobs that you know about which you’d like to share?

Contracting: Introduction

April 25th, 2008

As I’m in the process of leaving full time permanent employment to become an outcast (also known as an IT Contractor), I thought I’d jot down important information/costs/stages as blog entries for anybody else thinking of taking the giant leap into the unknown in the future.

I’ll say from this point, this “series” (of unknown length), will be based on own personal experience and as I’m writing this (and as I’ll write more posts), I won’t know if these experiences lead to positive outcomes making me millions and billions of pounds (mwahaha!) or if they are brain-dumbing stupid decisions which lead to me becoming homeless. Nothing in these posts (or in this blog generally) is intended to act as legal and/or financial advice of any sort. It’s your responsibility to do your own research and take responsibility for your own actions – if in doubt, consult an accountant or solicitor who you are paying for to act for you and provide you with advice!

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