Tom Dyson, of Torchbox (http://www.torchbox.com), sends this:
> We're looking for a smart CS undergraduate
> to work here over the summer, ideally in a combination role as web
> developer / Linux sysadmin. We're a friendly team of 25, in beautiful
> surroundings, working on high profile projects for
> socially-progressive organisations; recent work includes this
> footprint calculator for the WWF:
> If you or any of your contemporaries are interested, please send me a
> CV with a covering letter.
> tom dyson
> +44 (0)1608 811870
You can reach him at tom.dyson(a)torchbox.com.
Andrew Godwin, President, Oxford University Computer Society
Graduate Analyst Developers - 2007
As part of Mintel's commitment to develop our business, we are looking
for eight bright graduates to join the Development Team in 2007 after
Working within the development team under the direction of the
Development Team Leader,you will be involved in all stages of the
development lifecycle, from system analysis through to build and test.
The systems include cutting edge Web based applications, end to end data
management systems, document publishing and sales support systems.
Technologies used within the team include C++, Visual Basic, XML, XSLT,
PHP, Unix (FreeBSD, Linux), Apache, MySQL, C, Perl, Python, and other
Open Source software. In addition this role will provide the opportunity
to develop Object Oriented Design, Systems Analysis and Database Design
skills. You will be expecting to graduate with a 2.1 or First, having
already achieved first class A level results. You will have gained
substantial development experience either through a previous internship
or through in- depth project work and will have proven programming
skills. An understanding of Databases and SQL would be an advantage.
Human skills are very important at Mintel and you should enjoy working
in a team environment, cope well with pressure, and have a genuine
enthusiasm for IT, together with a "Can do" attitude. You will need to
manage and prioritise a varied workload and enjoy a customer-focused
development role in a constantly changing environment.
Roles are all London based, but will have the opportunity to work from
our offices in Sydney or Chicago.
All applicants must have the relevant visas to work in the UK and be
looking to start work in 2007.
Starting salaries are highly competitive and based on an assessment of
your key skills.
To apply, please send you CV and cover letter to our internal recruiter,
Darryl B. Boyd @ dboyd(a)mintel.com