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Sally Hall

Good Afternoon All,

 

Please find the following position for the job page – I’m an Agency by the way J

 

 

`e-Recruiter Ltd. (Agency) <http://www.e-recruiter.co.uk>`__ (Oxford, UK)

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**Job Description**:

 

Your main responsibilities will be writing clean code, developing new projects from scratch and bug fixing. This position will be working on a wide range and selection of client projects. You will be working in an organically growing company that is fast becoming a well known name. You will be working on exciting new projects and varied software applications.

 

This role is offering upto £45k (dependent on experience) + benefits

 

RELOCATION IS CONSIDERED.

 

**Requirements**

Looking for experienced Python developers to join an established and friendly team. You will be working within a Linux and Mac environment with other open source users and techies.

 

**About the company**

 

An exciting and growing company that specialises in complex Business solutions, fast becoming leaders in their field.

 

**What Python is used for**: if it's not obvious from the Job

 

Their product is very data heavy and the environment is Python, C++ and SQL based. Would suit someone who is interested in mathematics, algorithms and numerical software. They use Python on a day-to-day basis as a main language.

 

**Contact Info:**

 

* **Contact**: Sally Hall

* **E-mail contact**: [hidden email]

* **Other Contact Info**: N/A

* **Web**: http://www.e-Recruiter.co.uk

* **No telecommuting**

 

I’ve tried filling in the template as best as possible.

 

Please let me know if you need additional information.

 

Hope you have a good Tuesday.

Kind Regards

Sally Hall

 

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Sally Hall

Good afternoon all,

 

Apologies for the last email.

 

I meant to send it to [hidden email].

 

I think it’s just going to be one of those weeks, once again apologies.

 

Hope everyone is having a good week J

 

Regards

Sally

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From: python-uk-bounces+sally=[hidden email] [mailto:python-uk-bounces+sally=[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Sally Hall
Sent: 17 May 2011 12:02
To: 'UK Python Users'
Subject: [python-uk] Python role

 

Good Afternoon All,

 

Please find the following position for the job page – I’m an Agency by the way J

 

 

`e-Recruiter Ltd. (Agency) <http://www.e-recruiter.co.uk>`__ (Oxford, UK)

========================================================================================

 

**Job Description**:

 

Your main responsibilities will be writing clean code, developing new projects from scratch and bug fixing. This position will be working on a wide range and selection of client projects. You will be working in an organically growing company that is fast becoming a well known name. You will be working on exciting new projects and varied software applications.

 

This role is offering upto £45k (dependent on experience) + benefits

 

RELOCATION IS CONSIDERED.

 

**Requirements**

Looking for experienced Python developers to join an established and friendly team. You will be working within a Linux and Mac environment with other open source users and techies.

 

**About the company**

 

An exciting and growing company that specialises in complex Business solutions, fast becoming leaders in their field.

 

**What Python is used for**: if it's not obvious from the Job

 

Their product is very data heavy and the environment is Python, C++ and SQL based. Would suit someone who is interested in mathematics, algorithms and numerical software. They use Python on a day-to-day basis as a main language.

 

**Contact Info:**

 

* **Contact**: Sally Hall

* **E-mail contact**: [hidden email]

* **Other Contact Info**: N/A

* **Web**: http://www.e-Recruiter.co.uk

* **No telecommuting**

 

I’ve tried filling in the template as best as possible.

 

Please let me know if you need additional information.

 

Hope you have a good Tuesday.

Kind Regards

Sally Hall

 

e_recruiter logo.jpg

01582 394851

 

E-Recruiter LTD, F20a, Basepoint, 110 Butterfields, Great Marlings, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU2 8DL

 

www.e-recruiter.co.uk

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may be concluded on behalf of Locum Staffing Ltd by means of e-mail communication. You may report the matter
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Giles Thomas
That reminds me, I remember there was discussion on the list a while back about whether it was OK to post job ads on this list.  What was the outcome?  IIRC no consensus was ever reached, but I could well have missed something.


Cheers,

Giles


On 17/05/2011 12:24, Sally Hall wrote:

Good afternoon all,

 

Apologies for the last email.

 

I meant to send it to [hidden email].

 

I think it’s just going to be one of those weeks, once again apologies.

 

Hope everyone is having a good week J

 

Regards

Sally

01582 394851

 

From: [hidden email] [[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Sally Hall
Sent: 17 May 2011 12:02
To: 'UK Python Users'
Subject: [python-uk] Python role

 

Good Afternoon All,

 

Please find the following position for the job page – I’m an Agency by the way J

 

 

`e-Recruiter Ltd. (Agency) <http://www.e-recruiter.co.uk>`__ (Oxford, UK)

========================================================================================

 

**Job Description**:

 

Your main responsibilities will be writing clean code, developing new projects from scratch and bug fixing. This position will be working on a wide range and selection of client projects. You will be working in an organically growing company that is fast becoming a well known name. You will be working on exciting new projects and varied software applications.

 

This role is offering upto £45k (dependent on experience) + benefits

 

RELOCATION IS CONSIDERED.

 

**Requirements**

Looking for experienced Python developers to join an established and friendly team. You will be working within a Linux and Mac environment with other open source users and techies.

 

**About the company**

 

An exciting and growing company that specialises in complex Business solutions, fast becoming leaders in their field.

 

**What Python is used for**: if it's not obvious from the Job

 

Their product is very data heavy and the environment is Python, C++ and SQL based. Would suit someone who is interested in mathematics, algorithms and numerical software. They use Python on a day-to-day basis as a main language.

 

**Contact Info:**

 

* **Contact**: Sally Hall

* **E-mail contact**: [hidden email]

* **Other Contact Info**: N/A

* **Web**: http://www.e-Recruiter.co.uk

* **No telecommuting**

 

I’ve tried filling in the template as best as possible.

 

Please let me know if you need additional information.

 

Hope you have a good Tuesday.

Kind Regards

Sally Hall

 

e_recruiter logo.jpg

01582 394851

 

E-Recruiter LTD, F20a, Basepoint, 110 Butterfields, Great Marlings, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU2 8DL

 

www.e-recruiter.co.uk

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expressly stated to the contrary.

This e-mail, and any attachments are strictly confidential and intended for the addressee(s) only.  The content may
also contain legal, professional or other privileged information. Unless expressly stated to the contrary, no contracts
may be concluded on behalf of Locum Staffing Ltd by means of e-mail communication. You may report the matter
by calling us on 08450 562867.

Please ensure you have adequate virus protection before you open or detach any documents from this transmission.
e-Recruiter, Locum Staffing and Medical Staffing Ltd does not accept any liability for viruses.
 
e-Recruiter Ltd is registered in England: Company Number: 06911061.
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Re: Python role

René Dudfield
On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 5:58 PM, Giles Thomas <[hidden email]> wrote:
That reminds me, I remember there was discussion on the list a while back about whether it was OK to post job ads on this list.  What was the outcome?  IIRC no consensus was ever reached, but I could well have missed something.


Cheers,

Giles

I don't think it's possible to reach a consensus on that.

However the mailing list description still reads: "This list is to help UK Python users to form a community, arrange events, advertise help or jobs wanted or sought and generally chat."

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Tim Golden-4
On 17/05/2011 16:05, René Dudfield wrote:

> On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 5:58 PM, Giles Thomas
> <[hidden email]
> <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
>     That reminds me, I remember there was discussion on the list a while
>     back about whether it was OK to post job ads on this list.  What was
>     the outcome?  IIRC no consensus was ever reached, but I could well
>     have missed something.
>
>
>     Cheers,
>
>     Giles
>
>
> I don't think it's possible to reach a consensus on that.
>
> However the mailing list description still reads: "This list is to help
> UK Python users to form a community, arrange events, /advertise help or
> jobs wanted or sought/ and generally chat."

One of the moderators (Andy R?) suggested that he would keep an
eye on posts and would be willing to moderate in the face of
apparent abuse of the list.

With Rene, I see no issue with focused UK Python jobs on this list.

TJG
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Ed Stafford-3
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I think the consensus was in the affirmative as long as it was directed and didn't come across as being spam-like (frequency perhaps).

Cheers,
-Ed

On 17 May 2011 16:05, René Dudfield <[hidden email]> wrote:
On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 5:58 PM, Giles Thomas <[hidden email]> wrote:
That reminds me, I remember there was discussion on the list a while back about whether it was OK to post job ads on this list.  What was the outcome?  IIRC no consensus was ever reached, but I could well have missed something.


Cheers,

Giles

I don't think it's possible to reach a consensus on that.

However the mailing list description still reads: "This list is to help UK Python users to form a community, arrange events, advertise help or jobs wanted or sought and generally chat."

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David Walker-2
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I seem to remember that nearly everyone was pretty happy with well-targeted, well-explained UK Python jobs, but then most people were pretty un-happy with agents spamming the list with vague adverts with the slightest reference to Python in them and drawing the line is difficult.

Go on Giles, tell us about your job!

Dave

On 17 May 2011 16:13, Tim Golden <[hidden email]> wrote:
On 17/05/2011 16:05, René Dudfield wrote:
On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 5:58 PM, Giles Thomas
<[hidden email]
<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

   That reminds me, I remember there was discussion on the list a while
   back about whether it was OK to post job ads on this list.  What was
   the outcome?  IIRC no consensus was ever reached, but I could well
   have missed something.


   Cheers,

   Giles


I don't think it's possible to reach a consensus on that.

However the mailing list description still reads: "This list is to help
UK Python users to form a community, arrange events, /advertise help or
jobs wanted or sought/ and generally chat."

One of the moderators (Andy R?) suggested that he would keep an
eye on posts and would be willing to moderate in the face of
apparent abuse of the list.

With Rene, I see no issue with focused UK Python jobs on this list.

TJG

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Sally Hall
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Good afternoon all,

 

Apologies for starting a problem.

 

I know a lot of people hate Recruitment Agencies and see us as a waste of space… however I would like to stick my neck out, considering I have (un-intentionally) started this discussion.

 

I read and took note of the last correspondence on the mailing list, which is why I now put my jobs on the jobs forum at http://www.python.org/community/jobs/ rather than in the mailing list.

 

However, this morning I sent it to the wrong email and it came to the mailing list, which has revived the discussions.

 

I appreciate you must get sick and tired of spamming, un-related job emails and job emails that don’t contain relevant information (i.e. location / salary / details).

Which is why I try to include all the relevant information I can within the job description, that way you can make an informed decision on whether the position is right for you or not.

 

I appreciate wading through masses of emails are no fun for anyone. However I also think, IMHO, that there should be somewhere were well-targeted, informed jobs can be posted so you all know what is going on in the market and what roles are available if you are looking for a new adventure.

 

I hope you don’t mind me adding my two-pennies worth and I hope this comes across in the friendly manner it is meant.

 

Hope you all have a good Tuesday.

 

Regards

Sally

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Sent: 17 May 2011 16:14
To: UK Python Users
Subject: Re: [python-uk] Python role

 

I think the consensus was in the affirmative as long as it was directed and didn't come across as being spam-like (frequency perhaps).

Cheers,
-Ed

On 17 May 2011 16:05, René Dudfield <[hidden email]> wrote:

On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 5:58 PM, Giles Thomas <[hidden email]> wrote:

That reminds me, I remember there was discussion on the list a while back about whether it was OK to post job ads on this list.  What was the outcome?  IIRC no consensus was ever reached, but I could well have missed something.


Cheers,

Giles


I don't think it's possible to reach a consensus on that.

However the mailing list description still reads: "This list is to help UK Python users to form a community, arrange events, advertise help or jobs wanted or sought and generally chat."


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Giles Thomas
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On 17/05/2011 16:20, David Walker wrote:
> I seem to remember that nearly everyone was pretty happy with
> well-targeted, well-explained UK Python jobs, but then most people
> were pretty un-happy with agents spamming the list with vague adverts
> with the slightest reference to Python in them and drawing the line is
> difficult.

Ah, right -- that rings a bell, sounds sensible.  So Sally's email was
actually fine, even if she sent it here accidentally.

> Go on Giles, tell us about your job!

Heh, am I that transparent?  ;-)

So: Resolver are hiring, we're looking for a junior/mid-level developer
to work mostly on PythonAnywhere, our new online Python IDE/console
environment (<http://pythonanywhere.com>).  The role's in London, near
Farringdon tube.

Everyone works on every bit of the system, and we do XP/pair
programming, so training/ramping up is generally very fast, and there's
loads of knowledge transfer all the time.  The stack is
Linux/Python/Django/Apache/Tornado/JavaScript, with most of the fun
stuff happening in Python but some interesting JS too.  We're using git
for the VCS and Selenium (driven by Python) for functional testing,
which we do a lot of.  Deployment uses Fabric and Boto to drive Amazon
EC2.  No prior knowledge of any of the toolchain is required, though: we
find that people pick it up pretty quickly (thanks to the pair programming).

We're currently seeking another round of angel funding, and it's looking
positive, but if you need a role with total stability/safety then it's
probably not for you.  OTOH we are offering a share options package, so
there's a good upside potential.

Some more details here: <http://www.resolversystems.com/about/jobs.php>

Drop me a line off-list if you're interested!


Cheers,

Giles

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David Wilson-20
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Personally I think that while the volume is low (say < 2/week), why not? If nothing else it puts an otherwise relatively stagnant list to good use. ;)

Though I imagine my opinion would rapidly change if traffic increased by much.


David

On 17 May 2011 15:58, Giles Thomas <[hidden email]> wrote:
That reminds me, I remember there was discussion on the list a while back about whether it was OK to post job ads on this list.  What was the outcome?  IIRC no consensus was ever reached, but I could well have missed something.


Cheers,

Giles



On 17/05/2011 12:24, Sally Hall wrote:

Good afternoon all,

 

Apologies for the last email.

 

I meant to send it to [hidden email].

 

I think it’s just going to be one of those weeks, once again apologies.

 

Hope everyone is having a good week J

 

Regards

Sally

01582 394851

 

From: [hidden email] [[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Sally Hall
Sent: 17 May 2011 12:02
To: 'UK Python Users'
Subject: [python-uk] Python role

 

Good Afternoon All,

 

Please find the following position for the job page – I’m an Agency by the way J

 

 

`e-Recruiter Ltd. (Agency) <http://www.e-recruiter.co.uk>`__ (Oxford, UK)

========================================================================================

 

**Job Description**:

 

Your main responsibilities will be writing clean code, developing new projects from scratch and bug fixing. This position will be working on a wide range and selection of client projects. You will be working in an organically growing company that is fast becoming a well known name. You will be working on exciting new projects and varied software applications.

 

This role is offering upto £45k (dependent on experience) + benefits

 

RELOCATION IS CONSIDERED.

 

**Requirements**

Looking for experienced Python developers to join an established and friendly team. You will be working within a Linux and Mac environment with other open source users and techies.

 

**About the company**

 

An exciting and growing company that specialises in complex Business solutions, fast becoming leaders in their field.

 

**What Python is used for**: if it's not obvious from the Job

 

Their product is very data heavy and the environment is Python, C++ and SQL based. Would suit someone who is interested in mathematics, algorithms and numerical software. They use Python on a day-to-day basis as a main language.

 

**Contact Info:**

 

* **Contact**: Sally Hall

* **E-mail contact**: [hidden email]

* **Other Contact Info**: N/A

* **Web**: http://www.e-Recruiter.co.uk

* **No telecommuting**

 

I’ve tried filling in the template as best as possible.

 

Please let me know if you need additional information.

 

Hope you have a good Tuesday.

Kind Regards

Sally Hall

 

e_recruiter logo.jpg

01582 394851

 

E-Recruiter LTD, F20a, Basepoint, 110 Butterfields, Great Marlings, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU2 8DL

 

www.e-recruiter.co.uk

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