May 10

Back-end Developer, Amsterdam

Back-end Developer
Mila HQ
Salary Dependent on Experience
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Job & Person Spec
The Mila story

At The Next Web, we touch base with thousands of tech minded minds from around the world. From the hottest Silicon Valley millionaire to a young teenage super coder from Madrid, we love to hear their war stories and write them down.

But we were missing a platform to manage all these contacts.

That’s why we are building Mila. In stead of copy-pasting our way through messy spreadsheets with unorganized contact information, Mila acts as your personal assistant that does it for you. She automatically structures all your business contacts in a magical way, making them easily accessible to you and to your whole team. The perfect way to turn our valuable contacts into the contracts we need to grow our business.

/ Your job

As a front-end developer you’ll be bringing the latest techniques to tweak Mila’s online presence, making sure she looks amazing and get’s those oohh’s and ahah’s from our users. You will be developing new features, writing reliable HTML, CSS and JavaScript (Aurelia) that works on all the browsers and devices that matter. You see the world from our users’ perspective, work with the team to design interactions and features that our users didn’t even know they should be asking for.

/ About us

What if work didn’t feel like working? At Mila, we love what we do. We work with passion and strive to improve something every day. We are based in the heart of Amsterdam in a vibrant community of many other startups. We also offer a fair salary to support your geeky needs. You will regularly meet the people and founders of TNW.

/ About you

You have 2 years experience in web development
You are experienced in HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript
You like to think about the best solution to solve user problems
You live in Holland or plan to move to Holland (and have a work visa)
You are able to work independently with little supervision

Bonus point:

You are eager to get your hands dirty with the latest Javascript framework we are using: Aurelia

Send your CV and Cover Letter to:

Apr 04

Talent Acquisition Lead – Australia

Job Title: Talent Acquisition Lead – AU
Company Name: Xero
Salary: Depending on experience
Location: Melbourne

Job & Person Spec
About Xero

Here at Xero we are all about people and creating beautiful experiences for our customers. We are a passionate team of technologists who love to learn and get involved in the community. We focus on developing solutions to make it easier for small businesses to grow through beautiful accounting software. With us you have a chance to make a huge impact on the lives and businesses of hundreds of thousands of people globally… and we’re just getting started.

Your Role

You will work with your cross-functional team to deliver beautiful software that is valuable to our customers. You will offer your ideas and collaborate to provide technical designs you are proud of. We encourage you to show your passion for technology, help and inspire others in Xero and within the community we support.

Highly regarded skills include

– experience with JavaScript and JavaScript frameworks like React or Angular
– familiarity with Build tools like Webpack or Grunt/Gulp
– familiarity with version control like Git
– knowledge of modern web frameworks and patterns
– an understanding of Agile methods and concepts

We will offer you flexible working hours and arrangements that allow you to balance your life and passions. We trust you to create to the best of your ability and will support your desire for continual learning with training and career guidance to help you flourish.

At Xero we value diversity and are an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

If you want to come to work with friends everyday and help to make Xero even more amazing, please apply!

Feb 12

Girls Who Code Seek Summer Immersion Program Teachers

Job Title: Summer Immersion Program Teacher
Company Name: Girls Who Code
Salary: 8K Stipend
Location: Springfield, MA; Boston, MA; New York, NY; Newark. NJ; Washington, DC; Miami, FL; Chicago, IL; Seattle, WA; Los Angeles, CA; Bay Area, CA;

Job & Person Spec
Careers At Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code is a national non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology. Through our Summer Immersion Program and Girls Who Code Clubs, we’re leading the movement to inspire, educate, and equip young women with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities.

Girls Who Code has grown from a single pilot program in 2012 to reaching more than 3,000 girls with high quality computer science by the end of 2014. Backed by the nation’s leading technology companies, we are scaling rapidly, hiring across the country, and preparing to enter new markets in 2015.

We are a small, dynamic group of individuals passionate about changing the world. We thrive on working in a collaborative, fast-­paced environment. We represent a diversity of backgrounds, a wealth of experience, and a ton of fun.
Summer Immersion Program Teacher

Location:       Multiple Locations,

Boston, MA
Chicago, IL
Los Angeles, CA
Miami, FL
Newark, NJ
New York City, NY
San Francisco Bay Area
Seattle, WA
Springfield, MA
Washington, D.C.
Dates: Summer full-time for 9 weeks, dates vary depending on location. Teachers are required to attend a 4-day training prior to the program date.

Compensation: Paid:$8,000 per summer. Girls Who Code does not provide relocation support.

About Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is a fast-growing nonprofit changing the face of the technology sector. In our first year of operation, we mobilized top executives, educators, and engineers to develop a new model for computer science education, leading the field in defining what works and delivering a successful, scalable solution for implementation nationwide. Now in our second year, our programs have demonstrated results, informed the field, and grown to encompass eight immersive programs spanning five cities and a low-cost, high-impact program designed for implementation in any setting. Poised for significant growth in 2015, we are looking for smart, talented, and enthusiastic individuals to join our summer teaching team.

We are a small, dynamic group of people passionate about changing the world. We thrive on working in a collaborative, startup environment. We represent a diversity of backgrounds, a wealth of experience, and a ton of fun.

Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program

The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program is a 7-week summer program designed to educate, inspire, and equip high school women with the skills and resources to pursue academics and careers in the technology and engineering sectors. The Girls Who Code model presents an innovative approach to computer science education, pairing 250+ hours of intensive instruction with high-touch mentorship and exposure led by the industry’s top female engineers and entrepreneurs.

In its signature 7-week program, Girls Who Code embeds 20 rising high school juniors and seniors inside a technology company or university setting from 9-5pm each day. Here, young women get hands-on experience in computing concepts, programming fundamentals, mobile phone development, robotics, web development and design, and algorithms. Project-based curricular modules allow participants to build products and develop innovative solutions designed to inspire an interest in and encourage their pursuit of computer science.

Unlike other computer science education programs of its kind, Girls Who Code has a distinct focus on the development of student experience beyond the code. Daily classroom instruction is paired with talks, demos, and workshops led by inspiring female entrepreneurs, CEOs, developers, designers, and computer science majors that serve as mentors and role models throughout the program, each aligned with the subject matter discussed that week. Ongoing interactions with professionals in the local tech community serve to dispel misconceptions about computer scientists and the environments in which they work and encourage participants’ pursuit of these careers. Field trips to Google, Facebook, Twitter, AT&T, Gilt Groupe, Foursquare and more allow the young women to envision a future for themselves and begin networking with those in the field.

In its inaugural program, Girls Who Code’s curriculum proved effective in inspiring participants to continue in their learnings, encourage others to try computer science, implement computer science clubs in their schools, teach others what they have learned without prompting, and use their new skills to support their families and communities.  The results of the program are well documented: 95% of Summer Immersion Program participants are considering studying CS in college, and students received a median score of 87% on the final technical survey, with questions culled from CS101 exams from Stanford, Carnegie Mellon and Bryn Mawr as well as the AP Computer Science test. These outcomes are remarkable, and are perhaps most strongly influenced by our talented and motivated teachers.


Girls Who Code is seeking enthusiastic computer science instructors for the 2015 Summer Immersion Program, for the period from June/July–August 2015 (exact dates to be determined by location), in each of the following markets: New York City, San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, Washington DC, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Miami. Successful applicants will also be required to attend a 4-day long training and begin their full time employment one week prior to the start date of the program and conclude one week after student graduation.

Successful Girls Who Code instructors come from a variety of backgrounds, including industry and academia. Girls Who Code welcomes male ally instructors.


As a Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program instructor, you will:

Lead instruction for 20 high school girls in the designated Girls Who Code computer science curriculum
Prepare and deliver effective lessons plans aligned with curricular goals
Manage and assess students’ progress in and proficiency of hard and soft computer science skills
Manage 1 – 2 Teaching Assistants (TAs) to serve as support in classroom management, lesson delivery, logistical tasks, equipment managers, etc
Act as a liaison and host to executive level guests in the classroom and on field trips, thereby supporting the growth and development of Girls Who Code relationships with important partners
Effectively address students’ challenges and questions, so as to ensure that all students are engaged and actively learning course material
Work with GWC program staff to guide the delivery and flow of talks, activities, and field trips to ensure maximum understanding and intake of material for students
Counsel students on professional and personal levels, as needed or requested, with maturity and appropriate discretion
Effectively maintain an exciting, engaging and accessible classroom environment for a highly diverse group of young participants
Act as on-site representative of Girls Who Code managing various programmatic and logistical details
Interface with student families as needed
Administer program evaluations throughout the program’s duration to assess students’ understanding of computer science concepts
Communicate regularly and effectively with Girls Who Code regional program staff as well as the Curriculum Director and Communications Director as appropriate


This is a unique opportunity to be part of a talented and growing team working to re-envision computer science education with a summer teaching commitment. The position affords the opportunity to work at the forefront of CS education while impacting the lives of young women by inspiring and encouraging their pursuit of engineering and technology.

Requirements include:

B.A. or expected B.A.* in computer science or related field, pursuing a Masters or PhD is a plus
Fluency in at least two programming languages, JavaScript and/or Python preferred
Ability to command a room of students
Respect, patience, and empathy for individual differences in the classroom
High energy and enthusiasm for the curriculum and overall program experience
Effectiveness and patience in guiding classroom activities, keeping discussions on task and thinking quickly/creatively in the face of unexpected questions or comments
Ability to adapt teaching style quickly to various learning styles and demeanors of students in the classroom
Excellent time management and organizational skills; exceptional communication skills
Ability to comfortably engage with a variety of program stakeholders ranging from corporate partners, funders, members of the press, and/or technology executives – demonstrated poise and professionalism are a must
Timeliness and dependability in attendance throughout the program, including all teacher training sessions prior to program start and post-program reporting requirements
Strong sense of humor
*Exceptional rising college seniors and new graduates are encouraged to apply

NOTE: Candidates must be able to commit to a full nine week summer program schedule (the 7-week program plus 1 week before and after) and must be able to commit to a 4-day teacher training workshops prior to the program’s start date.


Demonstrated experience and maturity in managing a classroom of twenty 15 to 18-year-olds
Previous experience teaching computer science or a related subject
Experience teaching in an academically and culturally diverse classroom community
Technical industry experience

In order for your application to be complete, you must upload your essays in the ‘Supplemental Documents’ section (located under the Resume and Cover Letter upload sections). Please include in your cover letter a summary of your computer science and teaching experience as well a description of how you heard about this role, what motivated you to apply, and why you believe you’d be successful.

Please Apply Here

Feb 04

Enthusiastic Technology Writer Required for Voluntary Position

Girl Geek Dinners is run by a series of volunteers and we are looking to recruit more volunteers to our content team.

We would love to be able to include more content on our site about the latest research into gender diversity, tips for recruiting more women, how to write a CV so that you are noticed not just because you are female… and much more.

As such we are looking for great content writers with a passion for technology and getting women and girls into technology.


  • You will need to be an experienced writer/ copywriter with a passion and understanding of technology and the technology industry.
  • You must have a good grasp of the English language.
  • Attention for detail is a must
  • Your content must be SEO optimized for maximum reach – after all you are giving the time to write, we want your writing to reach as far and wide as possible!



  • You don’t have to have years of experience at writing but we would like to see past written work.
  • Experience of technology and the technology industry is a must
  • Some experience of SEO techniques would be of benefit


How to apply

Send a link to a writing sample, details of the amount of time each week you think you would be able to commit to writing for us along with why you feel you would fit this role really well.  All submissions should be sent to 

Feb 04

Software Engineer (WordPress / PHP) – San Francisco

Job Title: Software Engineer (WordPress / PHP)
Company Name: Choose Energy
Salary: 85,000-120,000
Location: San Francisco, CA

Job & Person Spec
Also available at

About The Job

Our content experience at provides resources to empower and educate people about choosing their own energy suppliers.  Combined with our comparison shopping app, we help people save money and gain peace of mind around their energy bills.

As a PHP and WordPress developer on our content experience, you are responsible for the continued development and maintenance of our custom WordPress theme and plugins, optimizing our WP instances, and creating new content templates regularly in coordination with our Marketing team. Additionally, you work with other engineers to develop an API library to enable third-party integrations with our comparison shopping platform.

About Your Day-to-Day Responsibilities

– Develop and maintain custom WP themes
– Develop content templates for WordPress using HTML and PHP (with some JS and CSS)
– Develop, extend, and maintain custom WordPress plugins
– Develop and maintain PHP libraries for our APIs
– Work to develop HTML, PHP, JS, and CSS best practices
– Work to develop best practices for the building, testing, and releasing of PHP code

About You

– You have a deep understanding of PHP and the ability to ship high-quality, well-tested PHP code. Experience coding and releasing standalone PHP libraries is a plus, but it is not required.
– You love web technologies, especially PHP, HTML, CSS, and JS, and you know how they work intimately.
– You live and breathe WordPress themes and plugins. Experience writing code for other PHP frameworks is a plus, but it is not required.
– You are passionate about user experience, and your level of attention to things that impact UX shows it.
– You thrive in a collaborative environment, working directly with both engineering and non-engineering team members on a daily basis.
– You want to contribute to the WordPress community, whether in the form of releasing plugins, contributing to open-source plugins, or contributing to WordPress Core.

About Our Product

Choose Energy is an online marketplace where shopping for energy is fast and easy. Residents and businesses can compare rates, plan terms, and renewable options from a network of trusted partners in a secure, user-friendly experience. By providing actionable energy intelligence, Choose Energy helps its customers make smart, personalized energy decisions. The easiest analogy is as Kayak and Sabre are to travel, Choose Energy is to energy.

Choose Energy was founded in 2008 by Jerry Dyess and funded in 2012 by Kleiner Perkins to scale and expand Jerry’s original energy-shopping ideas. Over the last 2 years, the team, primarily based in SF, has connected all of the major suppliers to enable shopping in deregulated states and built a platform to allow direct shopping on as well as third parties to leverage our platform.

Headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Dallas and Chicago, Choose Energy is backed by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and industry leaders.

About Our Team

Our small but stellar team of industry experts help us navigate the $240 billion deregulated energy marketplace and with a recent series B round raised from firms like Kleiner Perkins, we’re expanding our marketplace nationwide. With a vibrant SoMa office, including our own LED light show, we prove every day that we want to have fun, and aren’t willing to sacrifice our sanity along the way to success.

We’re looking for self starters who want to be involved in more than just their role; creative solutions in the age of the internet require expertise from more than one field. You have good ideas and you want to share them; you want to be involved in the process from inception to implementation; you want to balance your time between creative thought and focused actualization and – most importantly – you want to work with a team of experts that you can trust.

Jan 28

Business & Quality Assurance Analyst, Australia

Job Title: Business & Quality Assurance Analyst
Company Name: Our Community
Salary: Negotiable depending on experience
Location: Melbourne, Australia

Job & Person Spec

Job Description

If you can get to the crux of a problem, check that it has been solved – and cope with a bit of mayhem – then this job is for you.

Your work will be focused on SmartyGrants, Australia’s most-used online grants management system. We have a lot of ideas and customer requests on our product roadmap and need your analysis skills to meet the demand. You will help bring new features to life — working in a small but professional team, you will have the opportunity to shape the future of the product.

What we need you to do

  • Work with the Product Manager to define requirements
  • Work with developers to write user stories and agree acceptance criteria
  • Develop high level test cases
  • Execute test cases (testing is a shared effort) and help with test tracking
  • Identify ways to improve development processes
  • Help maintain the Wiki

What we can offer

  • This is a full-time contract position, but we are genuinely committed to people having a life, be it with their family or in their local community. We are very open to flexible work arrangements.
  • Small development team of 6 people with plenty of autonomy, which forms part of the overall SmartyGrants team of 13 people and the larger-still Our Community Group team
  • Professional support tools such as automated builds, automated testing, test environments, issue management system.
  • 27″ iMac office computer, your choice of Windows or OS X development environment.
  • Friendly, informal office in West Melbourne on the fringe of the CBD— with Betsy, our greyhound office dog.

Skills & Requirements

We value communication and honesty. Beyond the specific skills below we expect you to be an active participant in sprint meetings and stand-up meetings, and generally to keep us informed of your progress in your tasks. We value people who identify better ways to do things and help us improve our processes and results.

Above all we want you to be a part of a unique environment where everyone contributes and worries less about official job descriptions and more about working together to get things done. We share our work and we help each other when needed. That even includes sharing the cleaning of the office and the occasional envelope stuffing session.

Specific requirements

  • Experience translating customer needs into requirements, user stories, business rules and acceptance criteria is essential
  • Strong analytical and communication skills are essential
  • Experience drafting test cases and coordinating test plans is desirable
  • Experience working in agile development (Scrum) teams is desirable
  • Knowledge of grantmaking processes and other aspects of the community sector is desirable
  • Knowledge of web development technologies, including Java, desirable but not essential

About Our Community

Our Community is a well-established, world-leading, award-winning social enterprise that provides advice and tools for Australia’s 600,000 community groups and schools, and practical linkages between the community sector and the general public, business and government.  We recently became an Accredited B Corp, a designation that recognises companies that meet higher standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability.

With SmartyGrants, we are attempting to revolutionise the way grants are made in Australia. We work with a wide range of grantmakers, from small philanthropic foundations to large corporations; from local government to international aid organisations. Other parts of the Our Community Group, whom we work alongside, work closely with community groups and other grantseekers.

SmartyGrants is a growing product and there’s a lot of opportunity to work with a broad range of technologies, people and ideas.

We have an ambitious agenda; we’re not constrained by bureaucracy or boundaries; we’re not interested in internal politics or egos, just in contributing something useful to society. We don’t have layers of management, and we don’t want someone to be a cog in the wheel of a corporate system. We want you to have plenty of opportunity to make SmartyGrants your own, and for you to be as excited about its potential as we are.

To apply

Complete the application form at:

Jul 31

Director – London

Job Title: Director
Company Name: MyBeautyCompare
Salary: £40k-60k
Location: London

Job & Person Spec
Full Stack Technical Lead / Software Superstar / Cofounder

MyBeautyCompare is one of London’s hottest early stage startups. We have won awards, had a lot of press (Telegraph, etc..) and have some very big customers from the FTSE 100 onboard. We are the 1st price comparison site for beauty with personalised recommendations, but so much more. We are investor backed and have a Global Head from Google helping drive the company forward. We already have great traction in the market and are poised for growth. We are looking for the right talent to help build the strategic technical roadmap of the company and be part of driving MyBeautyCompare to the next stage.

The Role
We need someone to own the technical vision of the company; a driven self-starter who can research and find the right solutions. Most importantly, you are excited about entrepreneurial opportunities and enjoy working in a small, high performing team. As a tech lead you will own all aspects of technical from whiteboard, implementation, QA through to deployment. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a promising company at an early stage of growth, where your decisions will make a difference and grow into a cofounder position. We offer a competitive salary and equity to the right candidate.

Who you are
You live and breathe technology. It’s what gets you out of bed on a Monday. You love coding, you know why doing it right matters, but you’re pragmatic enough to know when to take shortcuts. You’re already an expert in one or more programming languages (Java, PHP). You are up to speed with the latest software development methodology and best practices. You will have worked on web projects that use the latest in front-end technologies and know the pitfalls that make an unsuccessful website. You are comfortable building and guiding your own technical team, you know when things aren’t working well, and can make changes to rectify the situation quickly.

Of course, while we transition to your vision, there will be legacy platform support. The platform is currently built around Java & PHP so experience in managing application servers and the LAMP stack will be required. A solid understanding of how to build seo friendly websites and experience in at least 1 mainstream cms platform is highly desirable.

-good salary
-building your own boat, the team and something awesome
-casual work wear
-working in a fun and “buzz” environment
-being your own boss
-owning part of the company

Apply if you want to be in charge and build your own boat. We want an ambitious person with entrepreneurial flair to grow with us, drive the product forward and reap the reward. No agencies please!

Jul 31

OSS Senior Developer – Charlottesville, VA

Job Title: Senior Developer
Company Name: Center for Open Science
Salary: 80,000-120,000 USD
Location: Charlottesville, VA

Develop exclusively free, open source software to support open science.

The Center for Open Science is a funded non-profit startup looking for OSS senior developers, with 10+ years of professional software development experience, who are passionate about modern web and API practices, love science, and posses expertise across the web development stack. Open source has changed how software development works, and we want to apply the same principles to science. Everything we develop is exclusively free and open source.

See more on Github.

Core Technologies
Micro-frameworks (e.g., Flask)
Javascript Frameworks (e.g., Knockout)
No-SQL Databases (e.g., MongoDB)
API development
We are much more concerned about collaboration, passion, and ability than the actual technologies you use. We believe that a great developer should be a great developer in any language. We focus on Python in that Python developers typically value readability and community, and we are missioned with connecting and educating the open science and open source communities. The Python community represents what an effective community should look like and has strong ties to the sciences. As long as your values are aligned with those, we want to hear from you.

The Center for Open Science is located in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The Center for Open Science offers full time employees 401(k), health/dental/vision insurance, and 15 days of paid time off, in addition to a modern office space and other amenities.

The Center for Open Science is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from members of groups underrepresented in science and technology industries.

Please submit a resume and cover letter explaining your background and interest in the position here. Questions about the position and COS are welcome and can be directed to You can also see more on GitHub.

COS offers $1,000 hiring bounty for full-time Developer positions. The Center for Open Science has a unique work environment for extremely talented developers: [1] we develop exclusively free, open source software; [2] we are a well-resourced, mission-driven, non-profit tech start-up; and, [3] we serve and support the open source and open science communities.

This is a great job for many and a perfect job for a few. The perfect candidate is the person already doing open source in their free time while wishing that they could make a living doing it all the time. We need to find these people; you can help. COS encourages women and members of underrepresented groups in technology and science to apply.

If you know someone who lives and breathes open source and is passionate about collaboration, sharing, science, and making a difference, then encourage them to apply. If we hire that person as a full-time developer, we will send you a check for $1,000.

This is not an invitation to spam others on our behalf. Reach out to developers you know personally, or tweet and post our link to your social communities. We will ask applicants how they found about the position when they apply.

See fully linked posting:

Additional Email Address:

Jul 17

Sr. Software Engineer – Salesforce – Louisville

Job Title: Sr. Software Engineer – Salesforce
Company Name: Brown-Forman Corporation
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Louisville, KY

Job Description:
We are looking for a Senior Salesforce Developer to design and implement custom applications. Using the Center of Excellence methodology, lead multiple simultaneous projects. Participate in the governance of applications.
• Expert in solution design and system architecture
• Lead projects and work with development team
• Manage the full software development life cycle from technical design to development, testing and deployment
• Use Apex and VisualForce to create solutions Develop products on the platform
• Interact directly with our customers and the Brown-Forman team, including consultants, architects and sales to
• ensure customer success
• Provide design assistance to developers on projects as needed
• Provide sales support through technical scoping activities
• Manage assigned projects according to the IT project management/ CoE methodology, procedures, and processes
• Support for applications implemented

Must Experience:
• Bachelors Degree in software engineering, computer science, or related field plus seven years applicable experience; or an Associates Degree with nine years applicable experience; or eleven years combined related education/experience.
• Demonstrated knowledge of: Sales Network and client/server processes Advanced experience in systems software problem determination and resolution.
• Strong inter-personal skills.
• Demonstrated ability to perform advanced financial analysis.
• Willingness to perform tasks required to ensure published Service Level Agreements are met.
• Ability to work a flexible schedule 24×7.

Preferred Experience:
• Advanced Degree in software engineering, computer science, or related field.
• Advanced training and experience in systems software.
• Experience interpreting and negotiating systems software-related contracts.
• Advanced Project Management training and experience.

To apply for this role please send your CV and cover letter to Clara J Allgood –

Jul 07

Network Admin Available in California

Are you looking for an experienced network administrator and are based in California. Why not consider reaching out to Elizabeth Luey who is currently on the look out for her next role?

Elizabeth has been responsible for the day to day activities of the Help Desk Support, including telephone and emailed user support requests. Provided first and second level support triage. Coordinated external support departments.

She is able to provide training and coaching for other Help Desk Staff in the use of operating technical issues and is Bilingual in English and French.

Areas of expertise are:
IT Systems Support IT Help Desk TCP/IP/LAN Network Windows NT/2000/2003/XP
Windows NT/2003/XP/ 2007 Windows Ms. Office Suite 2007 Windows / Unix/Linux Systems Migrations

If you would like to find out more about Elizabeth why not take a Elizabeth CV or drop her a mail.

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