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Altiris/Windows vacancy at Oxford University, UK

Created: 27 Jan 2010 • Updated: 29 Jul 2010 | 6 comments
ianatkin's picture

Hi,

We've got a vacancy up at Oxford University, UK: Systems Administrator -Windows and Altiris Systems

More details here: http://www.ict.ox.ac.uk/team/vacancies/


Closing Date is Friday 5th Feb

Kind Regards,
Ian./

P.S. I'm sure we had a place to post jobs, but right now I'm buggered if I can find it!

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KSchroeder's picture

Hello Ian,
I don't know that there is a "Job Board" on Connect, but there is/was a forum for it on Altirigos...

Thanks,
Kyle
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jharings's picture

and a time machine (so I could go back to the days when I played good rugby), I'd be all over it! I think any job information usually gets posted on the blog boards, there isn't a definitive area (but it sounds like a good idea).

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ohzone - CherylPeterson's picture

There isn't an official job posting area on Connect at this time... "someone" could submit an idea (nudge, nudge) We're always open to suggestions for site enhancements.

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MBHarmon's picture

Heck to live in the UK I'd apply for this one too.  Though I'm sure they probably aren't offering a visa.

- Matt

ianatkin's picture

Hi guys,

I would be surprised if Visa's were hard to get for the UK. And the border control folk are so very trusting. You just sign a form promising to be nice, and they believe you. Its all so very British....

Ian Atkin, IT Services, Oxford University, UK

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jharings's picture

(wishful thinking)

Jim Harings
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