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  • cojak
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    SLOW WAY PROJECT
    Android Developer / Agency


    (UK based)

    We are looking for an Android developer or UK based Android development house to develop the Slow Ways Android application. The application has already been specced, designed and built by our iOS developer and all the necessary APIs have been created. We require an Android developer to take the iOS app (currently in testing) as a spec and to develop it for the Android platform. Experience of building native feature rich Android apps that consume external APIs and with mapping functionality is essential. Working knowledge of the ESRI Android SDK is desirable.

    This is a fixed price contract with an ongoing maintenance and support contract.

    For more information please contact our Chief Technologist darren@slowways.org.

    Applications close: 23.59 on Friday, 7th October 2022

    https://beta.slowways.org/Page/job-v...s-at-slow-ways

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  • KentDogWalker
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    i know a bunch of perl permies..

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  • eek
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    Anyone know Perl and want an inside IR35 but probably very easy NHS contract?

    I've received it because I do have Perl on ancient CVs and I suspect they are getting very desperate...

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  • cojak
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    Originally posted by ladymuck View Post

    I have no doubt. Apparently they're refusing to budge on a huge heap of things and it's been a month since the job first came out and yet the client won't compromise.

    Thought it might be worth sharing nonetheless
    I'd just wish them luck.

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  • ladymuck
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    Originally posted by eek View Post

    The other reason will be that is a low rate for Service Now especially given the actual job spec...
    I have no doubt. Apparently they're refusing to budge on a huge heap of things and it's been a month since the job first came out and yet the client won't compromise.

    Thought it might be worth sharing nonetheless.

    I had a really good chat with the agent that called me today about it and I told her I was offered £500 by a different agency. She was surprised because apparently all the agencies the client has given the job to are on the same margin and given the same rate to offer.
    Last edited by ladymuck; 22 April 2022, 13:38.

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  • cojak
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    Originally posted by eek View Post

    The other reason will be that is a low rate for Service Now especially given the actual job spec...
    Yep, I agree with eek there LM - that's at least a hundred off the mark.

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  • eek
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    Originally posted by ladymuck View Post
    Is there anyone about who knows the ins and outs of Service Now - particularly around the CMDB - and is willing to go onsite for a London based gig?

    I've been approached twice by agencies who are struggling to find the right person as the client is a bit fussy.

    It's apparently outside IR35 and paying £495.

    PM me if interested and I'll give you the job spec and agency details.
    The other reason will be that is a low rate for Service Now especially given the actual job spec...

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  • ladymuck
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    Is there anyone about who knows the ins and outs of Service Now - particularly around the CMDB - and is willing to go onsite for a London based gig?

    I've been approached twice by agencies who are struggling to find the right person as the client is a bit fussy.

    It's apparently outside IR35 and paying £495.

    PM me if interested and I'll give you the job spec and agency details.

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  • Bodger
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    Originally posted by northernladuk View Post

    So inside or FTC then? IR35 status is as important as all the gubbins you'll be doing in this day and age.
    I've not discussed any further with the agent, as I'm currently engaged in another project.

    However, I don't see anything here that would specifically rule it out as an Outside role. Its managing a single project, albeit with multiple countries being deployed. The devil will be in the detail / working arrangements.

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  • ladymuck
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    Originally posted by cojak View Post
    Bump…
    I missed this before, have passed it on to a friend

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