[Zope-Annce] Zope/CMF developer required

FAIRS, Dan, FM Dan.Fairs at rbos.com
Wed Dec 21 12:42:48 EST 2005


The Royal Bank of Scotland is looking to recruit a contract developer to
join the Corporate Markets Content Management System development team. 

The successful candidate will meet or exceed the following requirements: 
- 3 years experience developing with Python, Zope and the CMF
- 3 years working with standards-compliant HTML and CSS
- 1 year developing on and administering Red Hat Linux (preferably RHEL) and
- Demonstrable experience of working with and scaling high volume Zope sites
- Understanding of the OSS model, with evidence of working with the

The following experience is also useful:
- Development with Plone and Archetypes
- Zope 3 development experience
- JavaScript development experience
- Experience with Subversion
- Experience developing accessible web sites; in particular with UK DDA
legislation and WAI standards
- Exposure to test-first methodologies

The successful candidate will be able to communicate with both technical and
non-technical users, and will be expected to undertake tasks such as
requirements gathering, coding, troubleshooting, and peer review.

The role is based in Central London (UK) to start early 2006. Rate in the
region of £370/day.

If you are interested, please mail your CV/resume to me -
dan.fairs at rbos.com. I shall aim to respond during January 2006.


dan.fairs at rbos.com | FM IT | Royal Bank of Scotland plc

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