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Salary: £10.00 p/hour
Position: Temporary / Part Time
Start: Wednesday 21st May 2008

I.T. / website company based in Kentish Town, North London are looking to employ a part time Encoder / Junior IT Support person to encode movies for streaming on the internet and provide general IT support.

16 hours per week flexible time (to be agreed on interview) Monday to Friday between the hours of 9am - 6.30pm.

The ideal candidate will be educated to A-Level standard and have good PC skills (hardware and software). Position would suit a school leaver or student.

This is great opportunity to learn new skills in all aspects of I.T. and web site maintenance with the chance of the role growing and developing, requiring more hours eventually for the right person.

Please send cv’s to [email protected].


We need somebody preferably young, good at pc stuff, not complicated work.
The job is watching, sometimes editing, ripping and encoding of adult movies.
Knowledge of Premiere Pro will be advantage. Training will provided!
May involve some customer service aswell.

If anyone interested please pm me or send email to [email protected].

Interviews being scheduled for following days !

Thanks for looking !

School Leaver + Adult Movies = Angry Parents:D

Or sticky keyboard :w00t:

Where were these jobs when I left school!

Somebody invented the Internet since I left school, only had BBS’s when I was young.

what is BBS?

Don’t rub it in ! :slight_smile: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulletin_board_system I remember using a 300 baud modem to connect to BBS’s in America, Alaska, Germany and loads in the UK. Bit primitive and slow but fun. I remember starting a new job in 1995 I think and using the beta version of Windows 95, no web browser built in, Bill Gates was of the opinion that the Internet was just a passing fad, wouldn’t ever catch on. I don’t think it even had very good tcp/ip support. That all changed before it was released.

When I first started at the Telegraph in 1996 most were on windows 3.1! that had to have it’s own TCP/IP stack put on it so it could communicate with the UNIX mail servers…

I was using Windows 3.1 in infant school! :Wow: Not that the teachers ever had ANY idea what to do with them
The dress the teddy game, and logo! Anyone ever play on those? :smiley:

no we just got to use paint

and it was never even fun

pfft

Now you’ve done it :w00t::sick::wink:

I remember signing up to an internet MUD when at music college in about '96/7. I think the computer room assistant may have started an email account for me, but I couldn’t really get my head 'round the whole idea!

Aaah MUD’s - thats where the 3rd year of my degree went…

What kind of customer service? :smiley:

we had a single BBC Micro to share with all classes in my primary school; chucky egg rocked! :smiley:

Talking to the [email protected] over the email who have problems to watch movies :slight_smile:

Normally i would say its not right to call your customers [email protected] , but in this case i suppose its only fair :smiley:

Probably :w00t: