[Gllug] VACANCY: Linux Systems Administrator

Robert . forums at binaryexistence.co.uk
Tue Mar 20 15:26:21 UTC 2012

I am currently employed by a company that only offers 20 days hols. Add the
B/H to that and you have 28 days. But also I believe it gets more complex
when the company is American based even if they have offices here in the UK.

This job would probably be ideal for someone like me as I'm lacking
experience and therefore knowledge in Linux, but I've all but given up on
applying for Linux jobs. these days I'm just trying expand experience at
home, and trying to find some FOSS/education place I can volunteer or

Shame, I currently work in Uxbridge for my sins.

On 20 March 2012 15:02, Nix <nix at esperi.org.uk> wrote:

> On 20 Mar 2012, James Roberts spake thusly:
> > On 20/03/12 12:53, Ege Turgay wrote:
> >> Job Title: Linux Systems Administrator
> >> 40 Hours per week, 25 days holiday per annum with flexible working hours
> >> (participation in an out of hours coverage schedule and on call
> rotations).
> >> You will be eligible for an Employee Profit Share Scheme.
> >
> > I am not picking on this advert in particular, and have seen this in
> > other job offerings here - but I am puzzled by this. To the best of my
> > knowledge this is not a permissible holiday offering: DirectGov (for
> > example) gives:
> >
> > "you are entitled to a minimum of 5.6 weeks paid annual leave - 28
> > days for someone working five days a week (capped at a statutory
> > maximum of 28 days for all working patterns)"
> >
> > Does someone know something about this that I don't? Are such offers
> > including or excluding Bank Holidays?
> Almost certainly the latter. I hvae a similar contract, 20 days plus
> bank holidays plus benefits -- last year, they boosted that by one day,
> because the number of bank holidays had gone up by one.
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