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[Haskell] Well-Typed are hiring

Subject: [Haskell] Well-Typed are hiring
From: Duncan Coutts
Date: Mon, 10 May 2010 20:01:29 +0100
We are looking to hire a Haskell expert to work with us at Well-Typed as
a Haskell consultant. We are seeing an increasing demand for our
services, and are thus seeking to expand our capacity.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is passionate about
Haskell and who is keen to improve and promote Haskell in a professional

The role is quite general and could cover any of the projects and
activities that we are involved in as a company. The tasks may involve:

      * working on the Haskell compilers, libraries and tools;
      * Haskell application development;
      * working directly with clients to solve their problems.

Well-Typed has a variety of clients. For some we do proprietary Haskell
development and consulting. For others, much of the work involves
open-source development and cooperating with the rest of the Haskell
community: the commercial, open-source and academic users.

The position is initially as a contractor for one year with a salary
comprised of a base level of 150 GBP per day, plus a profit-dependent
component. We offer flexible hours and work from home. Living in England
is not required.

In the longer term there is the opportunity to become a member of the
partnership with a full stake in the business: being involved in
business decisions, and fully sharing the risks and rewards.

If you are interested, please apply via [email protected] Send us
your CV, and tell us why you are interested and why you would be a good
fit for the job. We are more than happy to answer informal enquiries.
Contact Duncan Coutts or Ian Lynagh for further information, either by
email or IRC.

The deadline for applications is Friday 11 June 2010.

Duncan Coutts, Haskell Consultant
Well-Typed LLP, http://www.well-typed.com/

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