Looking for a new gig? Not necessarily London based…

by oneafrikan on November 11, 2005

CommunitySafe is looking for someone for what looks like a cool project. Details below:

Very experienced and clear thinking developer need to join the team on www.communitysafe.org

We are a small but very fast growing company with established relations with both the public and private sector.

Candidate must have a very solid understanding of software structure, testing procedures, agile development, OOP, javascript, database design and optimisation. Superlative CSS skills would be a bonus, as would experience of development for mobile platforms. Relevant degree preferred but not required.

The position is a very varied one that involves working across many different programming areas. Your ideas and input will always be greatly valued – we’re only looking for someone who brings intellect and insight.

The company is growing quickly at the moment, so the right candidate will soon have a few junior developers working with him/her.

SUMMARY:
Required:
– PHP
– MySql
– (X)HTML, CSS, Javascript, DOM

Desirable:
– Apache / MySQL / PHP administration

– Experience of scaling applications
– Mobile platform development (eg Blackberry, Palm)
– Linux administration
– XML / XSLT / XPath

4+ years experience required.

Salary:
– £30-40k per year neg. depending upon experience
– regular pay reviews

No agencies.
Must be available for work in Bristol at least 2 days per week. Work from home a possibility for the right candidate once working practises have been established.
Must be able to work from home on rare occasions (eg emergency out of hours support.)

Anyone interested in this position should please forward relevant materials (esp URLs), a summary bio or CV, and a brief covering letter to jobs [at] commmunitysafe.org

ABOUT CITYSAFE
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CitySafe is a powerful, integrated set of proprietary web-based, secure communication tools enabling Enterprise Business Continuity & Security personnel to more effectively prepare for & manage emergencies & other disruptive events.

Within the United Kingdom, CitySafe IRIS powers ‘CommunitySafe London Extranet’ (www.communitysafe.com), which provides emergency planning and real-time business disruption information to London businesses. In partnership with the City of London Police, the Corporation of London, London Prepared (a government inter-agency team created following the US September 11 attacks), and the ESRC Domestic Response to Terrorism programme.

Oh, and you might get to work in the Alps as well ;-)

2 comments

Thanks dude!!

Good to dine with you and the guys last night – I look forward to many more.

by Ed on November 11, 2005 at 10:25 pm. Reply #

You’re welcome!

Me too, was really cool – good evening all round!

by Gareth Knight on November 11, 2005 at 10:31 pm. Reply #

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