Where do I find PICK Programmers?

Where do I find PICK Programmers?

Post by Charle » Wed, 06 Jan 1999 04:00:00



Can anyone help me please? I am an IT recruiter in London and I am trying to
find
people with knowledge of Pick programming in a RDBMS environment.
My client is based in Wiltshire in England and has a permanent vacancy he is
looking to fill with people matching this criteria.
Any knowledge of HTML, Perl or Java would also be a help.
My problem is where do I find these people? Are there any newsgroups or
internet sites that I can go to that I do not know about?
Any help would be appreciated.
Charles Goodall
A1 Assured Recruitment Limited

 
 
 

Where do I find PICK Programmers?

Post by sdavmo » Wed, 06 Jan 1999 04:00:00





>> Charles Goodall
>> A1 Assured Recruitment Limited

>By the way did you ever get any followup on your posting in
>alt.sex.strip-clubs where you asked for "Jobs for *s in Tokyo,
Japan.
>Accomodation provided, return airfare provided. Big $$$$. 3 month contracts
>available."

>Perhaps you could cross train Pickies?

>--

>www.sprezzatura.com
>World Leaders In All Things RevSoft

<spews tea into keyboard>
Hysterical!

Cheers
Steven Davies-Morris
Applications Liberate Hardware, Inc. / JES & Associates, Inc.



 
 
 

Where do I find PICK Programmers?

Post by Gulraj Rijhwa » Wed, 06 Jan 1999 04:00:00




Quote:> Can anyone help me please? I am an IT recruiter in London and I am trying to
> find people with knowledge of Pick programming in a RDBMS environment.

Posting here is a good start.  Posting to uk.jobs.offered might help, too
though frankly uk.jobs hieararchy these days is so full of angencies just
flooding them in bulk that it'll probably just get lost in the noise,
and you may not get a particularly friendly reception.  You could, as
has been suggested attempt a co-operative deal with another agency
(and yes, I'd recommend the same one - Prospectus know their business).  
And you could subscribe to the recruiters mailing lists and e-mail
filters (Jobserve and Jobfax).

But shouldn't a recruiter already know the tricks of his own trade?
--
Gulraj Rijhwani             \\  Courtfields Limited, Chessington, Surrey, UK

http://www.courtfld.demon.co.uk \\  Mobile: 0976 431936
----- Specialist in Pick, Unidata, datacomms and general connectivity -----
All material copyright Gulraj Rijhwani and Courtfields.  ALL RIGHTS RETAINED.

 
 
 

Where do I find PICK Programmers?

Post by David Tod Sigafo » Thu, 07 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Quote:>By the way did you ever get any followup on your posting in
>alt.sex.strip-clubs where you asked for "Jobs for *s in Tokyo, Japan.
>Accomodation provided, return airfare provided. Big $$$$. 3 month contracts
>available."

>Perhaps you could cross train Pickies?

Oh man .. and I get accused of being 'pointed' with people ..

DSig

 
 
 

Where do I find PICK Programmers?

Post by Andrew Underhil » Sat, 09 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Charles,

The position is in fact with our company and I've already posted details of
the position in this group myself!

Maybe I should do it again and save a few thousand notes having you do it
for me.....

Andrew Underhill
Wise Systems Ltd.




>> Can anyone help me please? I am an IT recruiter in London and I am trying
to
>> find people with knowledge of Pick programming in a RDBMS environment.

>Posting here is a good start.  Posting to uk.jobs.offered might help, too
>though frankly uk.jobs hieararchy these days is so full of angencies just
>flooding them in bulk that it'll probably just get lost in the noise,
>and you may not get a particularly friendly reception.  You could, as
>has been suggested attempt a co-operative deal with another agency
>(and yes, I'd recommend the same one - Prospectus know their business).
>And you could subscribe to the recruiters mailing lists and e-mail
>filters (Jobserve and Jobfax).

>But shouldn't a recruiter already know the tricks of his own trade?
>--
>Gulraj Rijhwani             \\  Courtfields Limited, Chessington, Surrey,
UK

>http://www.courtfld.demon.co.uk \\  Mobile: 0976 431936
>----- Specialist in Pick, Unidata, datacomms and general connectivity -----
>All material copyright Gulraj Rijhwani and Courtfields.  ALL RIGHTS
RETAINED.

 
 
 

Where do I find PICK Programmers?

Post by Andrew Underhil » Sat, 09 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Peter,

We are indeed dealing with Prosectus for the Pick position. Charles is
looking for a Internet programmer for us as they seem to be very active on
the net - it's obviously in his interest to try and find a Pick programmer
as well!

Having said that, I think I may have found someone myself anyway......

Andrew Underhill
Wise Systems Ltd.


>Be aware that Andrew (who I respect) may not be entirely unbiased in
>"recommending" Prospectus (whom I also respect).

>As far as I'm aware, there are really only two dedicated "Pick" recruitment
>consultancies in the UK, the other one being PMR (who didn't send me a Xmas
>card - *). Some other "mainstream" agencies, such as Computer Futures
>and Compuvac, did have some Pick expertise a few years ago, but since I'm
>not really in the market at the moment, I don't know if they still do.

>Most any other UK recruiter will be in the same situation as "Charles", and
>I would guess that any UK "Pickie" looking would sign up with Prospectus or
>PMR, although sometimes one can get lucky with a local or non-specialised
>agency (and therefore prospective employer) because they don't know the
>market, so might offer very attractive propositions.

>--
>Peter Johnston
>Network Manager/Webmaster/Postmaster
>Linguaphone Institute Limited


 
 
 

Where do I find PICK Programmers?

Post by WAYNIEPO » Tue, 19 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Look at site www.picksys.com. You should find all PICK user groups there.
 
 
 

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