Java Developers - Luton, Bedfordshire, UK
Posted by Martin-ComputerPeo (Martin-ComputerPeo), 16 April 2007Snip by modertor - see next post are looking for Java developers in the UK, and are asking for your help by way of referrals and recommendations. In return, we will reward any successful recommendations with up to £300 tax free!
Exactly what we are looking for is outlined below, and any names that you can recommend will be most appreciated. As it is an outstanding opportunity, I am sure that the person who you tell about it will be grateful too!
Here is what we're looking for:
We are currently looking for highly skilled Java developers to work for a market leading organisation that needs to grow its team near Luton, due to continuing success. This is a permanent role with excellent remuneration, benefits and career progression.
You will need to have good experience of programming on Java Enterprise Edition, J2EE, working within a structured environment with defined methodologies and techniques such as Agile, RAD, and Extreme programming.
We are looking for people skilled in using Enterprise Java Beans, EJBs, and that have experience of coming up with creative technical solutions to complex problems. Experience of Java on Oracle is desirable, as is previous experience working within the financial sector.
In return, we are able to offer excellent remuneration and a highly supportive working atmosphere, along with the opportunity to progress within a very well regarding organisation. If you are a Java specialist seeking work in Bedfordshire, then please email your CV to:
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Thank you in advance for your help.
Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 19 April 2007Matrin, thanks for you post. Occasionally, our regulars or people known to us post job adverts here - usually having sought prior permission. We do need to limit such posts, though, as we're a training company and it could be a conflict of interest for us to advertise new jobs to people sent on our courses by their current employer.
I'm happy with occasional posts by established contacts asking for new members for their team. Where a "fly poster" who registers for the sole purpose of advertising seeks recruits via an agency, a warning bell rings. A second bell rings when readers are asked to provide details of their friends and contacts who might be interested, and a third warning comes when a tax free (how do you do that legally?) incentive is offered. For those reasons, I have taken your contact details out of your post; I'll restore them if and when you get back in touch and can clear the issues raised by the warning bells.
Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 22 April 2007After an email conversation with Martin (thank you for getting back with me, Martin) we've concluded that it's something of a conflict of interests for Martin to be using us to advertise for staff for his customers, seeing as Well House Consultants who operate this board provide training for companies who really don't then want their staff poached by recruitment agencies.
However, I know there's a number of contarctors who we've trained, who have paid for their own courses and in their case the conflict of interest does not apply. If you're one of those, and interested, let me know and I'll give you Martin's details.
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