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

In today's outing we swoop on four permie open positions, in London, Manchester, Ipswich and Surrey.

  • Osborne, a large property company, is recruiting an Applications Support Analyst, to work in Reigate, Surrey. The salary is £40K. Essential skills include MS SQL Server development and administration. and Web development (including ASP, C#, JavaScript, XML).
  • The Co-operative Group is hiring a Database Services Manager, based in central Manchester. The successful candidate will run an op-ex budget of £5 million and must have proven proven leadership and supplier management expertise with a strong commercial focus. Salary is £60K and membership of an "award-winning" pension scheme.
  • Western Union Business Solutions wants a Senior Java Developer, and is prepared to pay £60K-£65K for this London-based role. The successful applicant will join an agile software development team in building applications that focus on the acquisition and processing of international and domestic business payments and cash management services.
  • Atkins, the very large engineering consultancy, is looking for a .Net Developer, with a solid background in development in Microsoft technologies. The job is based in Ipswich and salary is "competitive".

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