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#1 Chris Pepper

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Posted 02 June 2009 - 07:33 PM

We may soon have a vacancy for a ProIV developer in Central London.
We are not a standard site, you'll only be working in ProIV with Updates and Reports. No screens, no ProIV GUI. All presentation level is in Microsoft GUI and Java.

Very good basic ProIV skills in a pre-6.0 standard ProIV development environment are the main requirement.

Any additional skills/experience in any of Oracle or DB2 databases, Java, VB, C or C++, Citrix, Perforce, VMs, Unix, Linux or VMS would be beneficial but by no means mandatory. Chances to expand your skills into these areas.

1) No agencies
2) No contractors
3) Applicants should be pre-qualified to work in the UK

We have a very low staff turnover, for very good reasons, so we don't often recruit.

Send me a message or email through the site if you have any questions, or might be interested. I'm not personally in charge of this, but will pass on possible candidates to those that are.

#2 Chris Pepper

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Posted 09 July 2009 - 04:44 PM

OK, the vacancy is now official!

Thanks to those that have sent c.v.s to me. They have gone forward, so hopefully the company will be getting in touch with you.

If there is anyone still considering applying for this position, please send me a message, or respond here.

Thanks

#3 anandhapothi

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Posted 08 August 2009 - 02:43 AM

is still opening available?. If yes, Please send the email id.

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#4 Abstract Typist

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Posted 08 August 2009 - 02:40 PM

> Please send the email id.

Chris is asking you to send any message/email via the forum. If you click on his name or avatar to get his profile and then look to the bottom left of that page you will see options to send messages and/or email.

PS. I note he said "pre-qualified to work in UK". You might be, but I think that means they won't be sponsoring work permits or anything - so you'd need to already have permission to work in the UK or be an EU citizen.



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