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Promo In this week's selection of vacancies from the jobs boards of reed.co.uk, our UK recruitment partner, we present the following:

  • Unibet is looking for Oracle database developer to work for a data warehousing team at its Wimbledon office. You need three years-plus experience of working with Oracle databases. Salary is £35K-£42K.
  • Telegraph Media Group is willing to pay up to £70K for a technical lead in London. Applicants must have deep dev experience - specifically Java, HTML, CSS, XML, Javascript, Escenic - an analytic mind, and great organisational and communications skills.
  • The University of Greenwich wants a senior sysadmin / enterprise systems team leader to co-ordinate its enterprise systems team. The skill set includes Oracle, Java EE app servers and services and a strong knowledge of server OSes. Salary scale is £40,620-£48,929 per annum.
  • RAC Motoring Services is seeking a digital solutions architect to develop and maintain the systems architecture for the organisation's commerce channel. The job is based in Bristol and salary is £55K-£60K.

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