/ Job vacancy Grasmere e-business anyone?

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Jules C - on 15 Jan 2010
Hi, is this of interest to anyone? E-Commerce project at Grasmere Gingerbread, in conjunction with University of Cumbria.

http://www.cumbria.ac.uk/Services/HumanResources/JobVacancies/JobDetails.aspx

closing date 3rd Feb.
graeme jackson - on 15 Jan 2010
In reply to Jules C: If they were paying 40,000 more maybe.
Jules C - on 15 Jan 2010
In reply to graeme jackson: sorry if your hopes were raised. Reading it through, it's similar to a graduate trainee scheme, with the opportunity for further study etc - as you say, low pay! (18k). I'm not connected with it by the way - just thought it might be of interest to soemone.
owlart - on 15 Jan 2010
In reply to Jules C:
> [...] as you say, low pay! (18k).

Hah! I dream of earning 18k!
Jules C - on 15 Jan 2010
In reply to owlart: ok - should have said low compared to the 58k required to tempt Graeme!
graeme jackson - on 15 Jan 2010
In reply to Jules C: If I was fresh out of uni with no commitments I'd jump at it. 48, three 'kids' and a mortgage put some pressure on to earn a bit more.
marie - on 15 Jan 2010
In reply to graeme jackson:

18k, 3 kids and a mortgage is still easily doable, you spend thrift you ;o)
ebygomm - on 15 Jan 2010
In reply to marie:

> 18k, 3 kids and a mortgage is still easily doable, you spend thrift you

Only if you bought a house quite a while ago, you'd struggle buying a house on 18k these days, nevermind the 3 kids
marie - on 15 Jan 2010
In reply to ebygomm: He didn't suggest he was in the process of buying one.

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Jules C - on 15 Jan 2010
In reply to graeme jackson: Yep, thought there might be some on here who'd jump at it. Like you, 3 children and financial commitments preclude me!

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