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Promo And so to work with our twice-monthly trawl of the jobs boards of reed.co.uk, The Register's UK recruitment partner.

We have come up with four jobs for your inspection.

  • Tui Travel is looking for a web developer to work in Wimbledon at Fan Travel, a joint venture company. The ideal candidate will have a “strong knowledge of backend Rails but can also work on the front end and contribute to discussion on UI/UX”. Salary is "competitive" and the company says there is flexibility in working at home.
  • Canon needs a technical architect to work at its Reigate office. The successful applicant will have experience of technical project management and in solution design and technical architecture. Salary is £45K-£55K and benefits include membership of a final salary scheme.
  • Atkins, the engineering consultancy, is hiring a software developer in its Worcester offices. Essential skills include experience of using SQL and dev experience, including basic understanding of Java. Salary is "competitive".
  • Accenture is on the hunt for a business analysts team lead with “deep expertise in the insurance industry and experience of leading a small team”. The successful candidate must be willing to work at client sites across the UK and Europe. The job is based at West Byfleet in Surrey, and the salary is £65K.

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