Come and work for us – PHP fu!
Able to make tea/coffee,
Has an understanding of how to fix a puncture,
Able to answer the phone and repeat simple messages without swearing,
Good at Spelin,
Knows the difference betweeen a mountain and road bike,
Vote labour and is a comited socialist supporter,
Has numerous social problems,
We need someone to join our small team of tech experts to help continue our award winning digital publishing development in web and app technologies. You will need to be able to tick off all of the Essential and some of the Desirable skills in the lists above. An interest in riding bikes is not essential but it would make your life more fun if you did.
Yep i fill most of those points, whats the relocation package, traveling expenses, company vehicle,laptop,mobile phone,etc etc.Posted 4 years agopatricksingletrackMember
That’s 40% of your take home on rent!
Cheaper properties are available in Todmorden. You don’t have to rent the one above our offices 😉Posted 4 years ago
Up in’t North?
Not sure about that.
http://www.orchard.co.uk/Jobs/North-West/PHP-Developer-4762.aspxPosted 4 years ago
John, be realistic, the salary is just a bonus if you’re a MTBer.
Plenty enough to live on, a very nice flat if you want, in a great location and working for STW??
It’s a bloody belting job for many folk.
EDIT: ..and the jobs you’ve posted are a bit pish too; either starting at £18k or asking for experience that Mark’s vacancy isn’t.Posted 4 years ago
@bear – One job starts at £18k (and they won’t get someone with the experience they are asking for at that salary – not a hope). Others are £30k, thereabout or much higher aren’t they?
And really? Do you think that a low salary is fair exchange for working in an office coding a website that just happens to be about bikes?
Sorry, just being realistic – I reckon the majority would rather earn £30k in a great creative agency than £23k working in-house (irrespective of whether the job is in the bike industry). After all, most people want to earn £££ and get the best experience they can along the way.Posted 4 years ago
After all, most people want to earn £££ and get the best experience they can along the way.
No they don’t. They want to enjoy as much of their waking hours as possible, for which a half decent salary is part of, and this provides a half decent salary. As I said, if you’re an MTBer with the required skills, this is an amazing job.
Agency work can go swivel for an extra few quid a day!
(Not being personally derogatory btw, you’re just viewing this from totally the wrong angle)Posted 4 years ago
No they don’t. They want to enjoy as much of their waking hours as possible. As I said, if you’re an MTBer with the required skills, this is an amazing job.
If you say so. 😕
Ohh, and in my days as a print designer (working on mags for a time) I wanted to work for a Mountain Bike magazine – it was my ‘dream’ job. But when the opportunities came up, the salaries were lower than I was already on so I made the decision to stay working within creative agencies.
Only speaking from my experience, but it is my experience, and a very direct one.Posted 4 years ago
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