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Promo Monday morning and time for our weekly promo with reed.co.uk, our UK recruitment partner. Here are four positions for your perusal. Also scroll down to enter our prize draw.

  • Architas, part of the AXA insurance group, wants a lead developer to run the development of legacy and new applications and on-going maintenance of IT Support. The salary range is £42,992-£56,462 per annum.
  • Virgin Money is hiring an IT manager to join the IT service team in Newcastle.The successful candidate will be qualified to ITIL Practitioner level. A huge salary range is quoted, running from £44K to £73K.
  • Norbert Dentressangle is looking for an experienced web developer to work at its Northampton head office. The successful applicant will spec, develop and implement web solutions using IBM Websphere Portal. The salary is £40K-£42K.
  • Easy Roommate is hiring a .Net web developer to work at its central London office. Salary is £50K-£60K.

Competition

reed.co.uk and The Register have teamed again up to offer Reg readers in the UK another opportunity to win a shiny Nexus 7 tablet.

To enter, all you need to do is sign up for reed.co.uk’s jobs by email service using the short form below. reed.co.uk will then send you only the jobs you're interested in as and when new opportunities that match your interests are posted.

The draw is open to UK residents only, and the winner will be announced on or around 24 June.

Get cracking below.

Good luck, and remember, if you're not lucky enough to be picked from the Reg Hat, just maybe you'll land yourself a new job instead...

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Terms and Conditions: Competition closes 24/06/2013. You must be 18 or over and resident in the UK to be eligible. One entry per person. Competition not open to employees of Situation Publishing, reed.co.uk, their agents or affiliates. The winner will be contacted by email. Your personal details will be held securely by Situation Publishing and passed only to reed.co.uk for the purpose outlined above.

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