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Promo Twice a month The Register will showcase some tech vacancies gleaned from the jobs board of reed.co.uk, our UK recruitment partner.

In our first outing we kick off with four permie open positions, two based in London, one in Newcastle and the fourth, with The Army, which could mean anywhere.

  • ASOS, the online fashion retailer, is looking for a software engineer (job spec) to work in Camden. Salary is "competitive".
  • Foxtons, the ubiquitous London estate agent, wants a Senior Web Developer to join its in-house website team, based in West London. Salary is £40K-£55K pa, dependent on experience.
  • Reflections, a Ubisoft games studio, wants an experienced tools programmer, with a strong background in C# and C / C++. Salary for the role, based in Newcastle upon Tyne, is "negotiable".

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