RISC OS Ltd. are in search of technical staff for their new Cambridge officeBy Chris Williams. Published: 28th Sep 18:17:41 | Permalink | Printable
RISCOS Ltd are opening a new office in Cambridge and are seeking to recruit a full time Technical Co-Ordinator to run the office.
The job requires good RISC OS Assembler and C programming skills, and would probably suit someone currently at Senior Software Engineer level. Salary will be according to experience, but the right person will have the opportunity to make a significant input to the future of RISC OS.
You will be responsible for all aspects of the development of future versions of RISC OS for the desktop market. In particular this will mean co-ordinating software contractors working for RISCOS Ltd and controlling access to RISC OS sources by contractors working for Hardware Partners. You will also have to be able to handle technical support enquiries from Hardware Partners and Registered Software Developers, as well as produce technical documentation at all levels.
Project management and CVS source control experience are definite advantages, but enthusiasm and a good breadth of knowledge of RISC OS are essential.
The job may be suitable for individuals who would wish to be released for a maximum of 1.5 days per week in order to complete other work, or who may be involved in other long term, part time contracts.
Re-location expenses may be available for suitable candidates.
Please address applications by email or by post to Paul Middleton, 3 Clarendon Road, Cardiff, CF23 9JD.
For more RISC OS Jobs, visit http://www.drobe.co.uk/rojo/
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