[Phpwm] [job] [Fwd: PHP Vacancy]
david at codepoets.co.uk
Thu Mar 29 13:47:21 BST 2007
In the unlikely event this is used by someone, I'd appreciate the £200
(Shame it doesn't give any indication of pay, or location, but I presume
it's in the West Midlands)
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Subject: PHP Vacancy
From: Kate Phillips <kate.phillips at senitor.com>
To: <david doesn't like spam codepoets.co.uk>
Good Afternoon - This excellent opportunity has arisen for a Permanent
PHP Developer to join a growing web services team, working on varied and
I apologise for impersonal approach, you have been selected according to
relevant skills on your CV, which we hold on file, in order to inform as
people as quickly as possible. This is an urgent role, and interviews
to start next week!
Even if you are no longer looking, please forward this email on to your
friends. You will receive £200 worth of gift vouchers if we place your
You must have at least 2 years experience working in a web environment,
strong commercial skills in PHP and MySQL. Other useful skills are
opportunities in other
web technologies such as ASP.Net / VB.Net / C# - due to client demand,
so skills in this area would be highly regarded.
You will gain ownership over projects, customising internal and external
websites, and working on the full life cycle of projects, including
analysis - therefore experience in visual design and creation would be
You must have good communications skills to liaise with clients and
colleagues, and you will be highly rewarded, gaining job fulfilment and
a completive salary and package.
As the team further develops, you role will evolve accordingly. There is
scope for future progression opportunities.
So please get in touch if you are interested - you can either respond to
email with a copy of your CV in Word format & your salary requirements,
or call me to discuss it further on 0121 236 2205. Please send URL's
with you application.
Looking forward to hearing from you
West Midlands: 0121 236 2205
kate.phillips at senitor.com
[ david at codepoets dot co dot uk ]
[ http://www.codepoets.co.uk ]
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