Delphi Developer: Max £55k, Min 2 years' experience - London

Recruiter
Parham Consulting Ltd
Location
United Kingdom
Salary
£25,000 - £55,000 plus bonus and benefits package
Posted
04 Oct 2017
Closes
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
REVISED: Delphi Developer - £25,000 - £55,000 - Minimum 2 years' experience - Licensed Consumer Products Industry - London Location is London, near Euston and King's Cross Salary: £25,000 - £55,000 plus bonus and benefits package . THE COMPANY: Due to huge and increasing demand for their market-leading product relating to the Licensed Consumer Products industry, the world leader in the provision of software solutions to the Music and Entertainment industry needs a Delphi Developer. This can be both a relative junior with potential, or a Delphi veteran of technical lead calibre: We have places for both! Additionally, this is a pleasant working environment - casual dress code, laid back and friendly atmosphere and plenty of demand for Delphi. . EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: The experience required to be eligible for this role is as follows: - A minimum of 2 years of commercial experience in Delphi development - Commercial RDB experience (preferably SQL Server or Oracle) - Excellent standard of written English - Adaptable, flexible, team player And that's it! We just want good Delphi people with RDB experience. Please be aware that we are amenable to both ends of the scale: From just 2 years of experience up to a vastly experienced Delphi veteran. . THE JOB AND PROSPECTS: We have vacancies for both ends of the scale: From a relatively inexperienced "whizz kid" with potential, or a vastly experienced Delphi veteran who aspires to a technical leadership role. For the latter, we have a technical lead role for you as soon as you feel ready. There is strong demand for the company's Delphi products at present and it shows no sign of slowing down! Such is the demand, they have made the decision to stick with Delphi and have invested in later versions of Delphi, as opposed to moving or porting to a different technology. With Delphi arguably in decline elsewhere, if you're a Delphi person, could this be a useful safeguard to your career? We need people who are amenable to carrying out pure development initially, however prospects here are fantastic: Most of the current managers there started off as developers. Some are running their own products, others are in technical management, and others now deal with company clients. Here, you will have enough autonomy to define your own role. Therefore, if you take the initiative you can shape your role for the future and drive your own progression. This company caters for all personality types though - you don't HAVE to be an ambitious go-getter. If you're not keen on progressing to a client-facing situation and would rather just stay and develop, that is also fine by them. They need full-on software developers! Overall, this is a nice place to work - the large number of people I have placed here who are still there years later are testament to this! Location is London, near Euston and King's Cross
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