This job has been filled Java developer sought to work in Ilkley near Leeds, England UK. Pay: GBP�16K upward Java Certification Valued but not essential. Attitude, apptitude and knowledge as important as commercial experience. Working on Server side Java, servlets, jsp, jdbc, Linux etc etc Will only consider applicants who are based in and entitled to work here in the UK. We do not want to go through the whole immigration red-tape thing. If you are not in the UK or do not have a work permit you will not be considered. Email me at
Again, you must be entitled to work in the UK. [This message has been edited by Marcus Green (edited February 13, 2001).] [This message has been edited by Marcus Green (edited July 03, 2001).]
dear marcus ! hi ! can you please tell me how to get a work permit for UK ! do you have any idea if i am not having any job from UK based company can i still apply to get the work permit? please do reply! anurag.
Dear marcus, My name is amit patel. I am working at mices.com 118 Oxford High Street. The reason I am sending you this reply is for my friend. so please take this reply as it is from : Jitendra Mehta Passed Scjp with 89%, and very powerfull in writing codes, passed his exam (Scjp) from asset Internation (IBM solution pertner) Can give you any type of Online interview (if you arrenge it for him) my address is : Amit Patel, 15 beach screscent, Kidlinkton, Oxford OX5 1DW. UK. mobile number:07890898774. please call me or send me mail at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want more detail. Once you will send me mail I will send you his CV in reply, (please Note: Mr. Jitendra do need work permitt for this country hope you will be pleased to provid that if you get person like him) thanks, Amit Patel email: email@example.com
Originally posted by anurag priya: dear marcus ! hi ! can you please tell me how to get a work permit for UK ! do you have any idea if i am not having any job from UK based company can i still apply to get the work permit? please do reply! anurag.
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Hi I am a Sun Certifed Java Developer from Bombay, India. I am also attempting for Java Architect Examination in a weeks time. I also have a work visa for UK. I am expecting a salary : 21K pounds Vivek Viswanathan
Marcus, Although I realize this post is quite dated. I'd like to comment on your statement about the hassles of permits. According to a UK Government website and several recruiters that I spoke to, if you're on the skills shortages list located at http://www.workpermits.gov.uk/guidance/business/application/index.shtml (if you do Java, you are), then the permit process is extremely easy and costs the employer no money. FYI
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Since that posting we have recruited several excellent programmers who sit close to me and have no current openings. When considering overseas applications it is not just the red tape factor but there is the issue of how do you interview someone who is not in the country without someone spending a shed load of money on airfaires. Like most employers we would be very reluctant to employ someone without seeing them "in the flesh". Also an amusing aside, I recieved abotu 30 resumes from my postin of this vancancy and about two of them were from people in the UK who had a work permit. Marcus ------------------ http://www.jchq.net Mock Exams, FAQ, Tutorial, Links, Book reviews ================================================= Almost as good as JavaRanch =================================================