Programmers work in many settings, including corporate information technology (“IT”) departments, big software companies, small service firms and government entities of all sizes. Many professional programmers also work for consulting companies at client sites as contractors. Licensing is not typically required to work as a programmer, although professional certifications are commonly held by programmers. Programming is widely considered a profession (although some[who?] authorities disagree on the grounds that only careers with legal licensing requirements count as a profession).
We offer a comprehensive package to the right candidates. Please send your resume (IN MS WORD FORMAT) with contact phone number and EXPECTED SALARY (MUST) to The Personnel Manager at 16/F, Topsail Plaza, 11 On Sum Street, Shatin, Hong Kong or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Compensations will commensurate with qualification and experience.
Personal data collected will be treated in the strictest confidence in accordance with our Personal Data Policy and will be handled confidentially by authorized personnel for recruitment-related purposes only. All applications may also be considered for other suitable positions within ELM Computer Technologies Ltd. and its associated companies. Information on unsuccessful applications will be destroyed after the recruitment exercise