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Cash-flush financial outfit seeks senior server technical analyst
The server technical analysts among you who could do with a bit of extra cash are directed forthwith to recruiting firm Elan, which is making an offer you really can't refuse:
Crikey. We'll leave you to do the maths on the annual salary for this demanding post, but suffice it to say it exceeds even the extravagant paypacket of El Reg's VP of non-IT-related content. ®
Ta very much to Robert Davidson for alerting us to this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
£5,000 to £10,000 an hour
Obviously the person who wrote the advert is getting paid too much too!
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Bugger just checked. NT 3.51 on the shelf here, not 4.
Sorry I can't help you there.
Not good enough
I don't get out of bed for less than 200k per hour these days
You only need to poses these products (or presumably a licence to them), it says nothing about ever having nay experience using them, or even opening the box and accepting the shrink-wrap agreement. I would therefore suggest buying unopened copies of each (NT4 may be herd to find), and if you don't get the job, returning them for a full refund.
At he lowest hourly rate, assuming a mere 35 hour week, working 48 weeks a year, that gives you GBP 7 200 000. At the upper end, assuming the same number of hours, you get GBP 168M pa. I knew analysts were always over-payed, but it looks like I am studying the wrong subject. Since the CIO and CEO of this company would both be payed more than an analyst, I wonder how much they make.
Quantum Communications Networks InterNetworking ........ ?
"So if a swinging, bondage-loving glazier who keeps his little black book busy were to apply on the ground of having experience of installing windows, S&M, doing exchanges and having an active directory, do you think they would forward his CV?"
The SMARTer Ones will log IT into their own Black Books, for Private and Personal InterNetworking Use.