reed.co.uk and The Register have teamed up to offer Reg readers in the UK the chance to win a shiny new 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 …
Can I put in a random string for the keyword and avoid getting any email from Reed?
Or put in 'Delphi' :)
No, apply for something sensible like Enterprise Artichoke.
Many years ago my father entered the job title of "Soap tank boiler attendant" on an immigration form when he was production manager of a soap facory in Nigeria. A few month later he came across of immigration statistics and was delighted to see "Soap tank boiler attendant - 1" in the figures.
Ah, just how many fancified Job Titles can we come up with. Let's start with:
Plate Glass Maintenance Engineer
I was thinking of applying, having filched the South Parks Studio job title:
E-mail, Internet and Electronic Information Officer.
Re: Job title
"E-mail, Internet and Electronic Information Officer."
Why did I think "isn't that an errno value" before I thought of Old Macdonald?
Re: Job title
Reed isn't asking you where your current job is located!
I understand from an insider that the alleged BBC job title from many years ago:
Engineering Information and Electrical Installation Officer
a truly stunning promotion
from a nationwide, nay, international job agency. Can they handle the expense? Can they handle the volume of applicants? All will be revealed on 13th July this year, Stay tuned!
It doesn't matter what you fill in for location
They'll bombard you with emails about jobs in Aberdeen, Basingstoke, Cardiff, Dundee, Eindhoven, Zurich. Everybody talk about pop music.
...send you only the jobs you're interested ...
Yeah, right. That would certainly be original. Every job site I've ever used has failed in that respect.
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