Job Vacancy at Natural History Museum, London
C.Hussey at NHM.AC.UK
Tue Jan 23 16:12:42 CST 1996
**** Job Opportunity at the natrural History Museum, London ****
COLLECTIONS DATABASE DEVELOPER / PROGRAMMER
1 YEAR FIXED TERM APPOINTMENT
The Natural History Museum currently has a vacancy for a Database Developer/
Programmer, to complete and fully document a PC system for databasing and
managing the collections of specimens held by the Life Science Departments of
the Museum. You will be required to complete the development of existing
modules, write new modules and document the databasing system, then install
and pilot the system as required and train the curators in its use.
You should preferably have a first degree or HNC in Computer Science or
equivalent, along with database programming experience of networked multi-user
applications in Borland's 16 bit 'Paradox for Windows' and proven ability to
translate approved user requirements into robust, user friendly systems.
Experience of networks, Interbase, ODBC, Windows help files, Microsoft Access,
Visual Basic and SQL server would be desirable.
Starting salary will be up to 25K UKP depending on qualification and
Applications should be by CV. For further information, please e-mail Pauline
Thomas on P.Thomas at nhm.ac.uk or FAX her on 0171 938 9009. The closing date
for applications is Friday 2nd March 1996 (we regret that we are unable to
reply to those who are not selected for interview).
The Natural History Museum is working towards equal opportunities.
>From Charles Hussey
Department of Zoology,
The Natural History Museum,
London SW7 5BD
Tel. +44 171 938 8921
Fax. +44 171 938 9158
e-mail cgh at nhm.ac.uk
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