Fwd: Lead Ruby on Rails Developer - Dublin - 70k (DoE)

Normalmente non faccio il forward di quello che ricevo dai recruiters,
ma visto che ha messo una cifra che non mi sembra male, forse
interessa a qualcuno.

Mi dice anche:

“Irish tax is calculated with multiple factors in mind e.g. self tax
contribution, corporate health benefits etc
But at a glance it would more than likely give you around 3700/3800
Net per month (i.e. in your pocket).”

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Mark G. [email protected]
Date: Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 11:49 AM
Subject: Lead Ruby on Rails Developer - Dublin - 70k (DoE)
To:

Hello

I hope this email finds you well.

I am currently recruiting for a Led Ruby on Rails Developer for a
client of mine in Dublin, Ireland.

They are looking for an experienced developer with strong experience
with RoR and JRuby to help them develop and migrate a project on a
massive scale. The global company is keen to bring in talent from
abroad as they feel the level of candidates in Ireland does not match
their ambition for what they are trying to complete. The company who’s
headquarters are based in Canada operates most of its technology
function in Dublin.

My client is willing to pay up to 70k per annum (depending on
experience) along with other perks and benefits.

If you would be interested in hearing more about this position to let
me know and I would be happy to discuss the role in more depth.

Regards

Mark

Mark G. | Senior Consultant

direct tel: +353 1669 8529
office tel: +353 1669 8511

Fitzwilliam Hall
Lower Leeson
Leeson Street, Dublin, Dublin 2
www.greythorn.ie

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