[python-uk] Python Developers Wanted.
owen at oj.id.au
Wed Oct 15 18:06:23 CEST 2008
Sorry for sending this email to the list, I meant to send it direct to
the original poster.
On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 5:03 PM, Owen Jones <owen at oj.id.au> wrote:
> Hi Robert,
> I believe I would be well suited to the position you described. I have
> experience in both Linux/Unix and python. I am self motivated and good
> at problem solving. I am also used to fixing problems when they arise
> without a large IT depart sorting things out for me.
> I have recently relocated to the UK from Australia and I am currently
> looking for work. I am considering permanent positions circa £40k per
> I can be contacted by email at owen at oj.id.au or on 07502024445.
> I have attached my CV to this email.
> Owen Jones.
> On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 3:48 PM, Robert Taylor
> <pythonjobs at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I am looking for a number of Python Enthusiasts, see below additional
>> Salary -
>> £20-£60k + 25-35 days holiday per year + Discretionary bonus scheme + Very
>> Flexible working hours + Relaxed and informal working environment
>> A profit making and established company based in London was set up in 2006.
>> Using cutting-edge technology and city proven algorithms, they have
>> succeeded in becoming a leading supplier of automatic trading and hedging
>> tools. Due continual expansion we are looking for technically and
>> mathematically motivated candidate who are keen to work on mentally
>> stimulating projects.
>> Technical Profile:
>> As part of the development team you will have a broad technical base which
>> must include a strong interest in and knowledge of Unix / Linux and ideally
>> some experience of scripting languages, ideally Python. An interest in
>> functional programming and its application in the real world would be useful
>> Specifically, Python or Erlang.
>> The sort of person we're looking for must have a degree form a leading
>> Redbrick University or equivalent, personal interest in programming and the
>> desire to programme in Python.
>> You will also need to have a well-rounded understanding of computer software
>> to be able to do all of that. It's your project, and you'll need to put all
>> the pieces together to make it work. While you'll have lots of expertise
>> available to help, what you won't find is a separate department to do all
>> the things some programmers wouldn't normally do (setting up Linux servers,
>> administering a database, etc).
>> If you believe that you have the skills to fit this role, please email me
>> with you CV.
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