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    Are You An Experienced Programmer? Do You Like Football/soccer? (uk)

    ARE YOU AN EXPERIENCED PROGRAMMER? DO YOU LIKE FOOTBALL?

    This AAA Studio, recently bought by a legendary software giant, and now based in a new office in Central London, UK is currently looking to expand their 'Family' to work on their 'flagship title' for different platforms. This 'flagship title' is traditionally one of the fastest selling PC games in the UK.

    (Possibility of working from home)

    They are currently looking for:

    CONSOLE DEVELOPERS
    -Minimum 3 years industry standard C/C++ -Cross Platform experience (ie Porting) -Console Development experience (PS2/PSP/PS3/Xbox360)
    -Optimisation experience -Threading/concurrent programming experience.

    TOOLS DEVELOPERS
    -Minimum 3 years industry standard C/C++ -Cross Platform experience
    -Application/tools development experience -GUI experience -Framework
    design experience
    - Application framework experience (MFC/.NET/Powerplant etc)

    GRAPHICS DEVELOPERS
    -Minimum 3 years industry standard C/C++
    - Graphics (game industry) related experience

    SENIOR DEVELOPER
    -Minimum 5 years industry experience standard C/C++ -Cross platform
    development experience; PC/Mac/Linux -MySql/Sql knowledge
    -Threading/concurrent programming experience -GUI programming experience

    HANDHELD MID-RANGE
    -Minimum 3 years experience industry standard C/C+
    -Prior Football title experience a bonus
    -Experience of working on embedded/restricted memory devices


    LATEST PROJECTS
    This company has just announced the release of a "brand new massively multiplayer online football management game" played completely online by up to 1000 people within any "gameworld" of which there will be multiple.


    COMPANY CULTURE
    The company culture in this company is great. Very open, warm and flexible. And has a real family vibe. The working hours are very flexible. The facilities are great, complete with pool table and game room and live football on flat screens around the office.

    SALARY: EXCELLENT! (depending on experience)

    BENEFFITS:
    Pension - Healthcare Free eye tests Free Broadband at home Free gym membership- training sponsored Free copy of all released games Flexible working hours possible working from home - supply PC equipment for home -10% salary bonus - regular company nights out.


    IF YOU ARE INTERESTED OR KNOW SOMEONE WHO IS, PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO CONTACT ME.
    Contact Mark at mark@change-job.com or call on +44 (0)870 3000 987 or you can register on-line at www.change-job.com

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    SALARY: EXCELLENT! (depending on experience)
    so its excellent if you have tons of experience, but not so excellent for everyone else? Ive often noticed that when a company uses words like excellent and competitive to describe their salaries, what they really mean is so godawful low they are embarrassed to tell you what they really are. Since its based in london, I would expect a salary commensurate with the cost of living in london and in line with the income level of a programmer with the experience you mentioned. Based on my current salary (which is low for a programmer) and the cost of living in london, I would expect a non-negotiable minimum of 60,000 and thats entry level. Someone with:
    -Minimum 3 years industry standard C/C++ -Cross Platform experience (ie Porting) -Console Development experience (PS2/PSP/PS3/Xbox360)
    -Optimisation experience -Threading/concurrent programming experience.

    should expect more in the range of 100,000 per anum.

    Now, how about we actually discuss the excellence of your salaries?
    Until you can build a working general purpose reprogrammable computer out of basic components from radio shack, you are not fit to call yourself a programmer in my presence. This is cwhizard, signing off.

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    More to the point, why are most things in caps :|
    And by C/C++ do you mean C++ or C? or both?

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