Security experts, systems managers and developers: Lots of intriguing job openings to look through this week

Job Alert It’s Friday and The Reg‘s Job Alert column is back with another list of work opportunities.

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We’re kicking off this week with a few vacancies at Corvid, a team of cyber security experts, developers and analysts based in Cheltenham, UK, who deliver cyber defence solutions and services to businesses.

Next up we’ve got some roles from Haileybury School, Hereford, UK. It’s seeking some IT systems experts.

Consult Red, a firm that applies its experience in product development, hardware, embedded and cloud technology to help companies across many sectors to deliver connected devices and systems, is looking to fill a couple of roles in Europe

Enclave Networks in Newport, Wales is next up, with a hunt for developers to join its mission to help people build simpler, smarter, and more secure computer networks both at work and at home.

The hunt is also on for full stack developers over at GetAgent – the UK’s leading estate agent comparison site, which aims to provide a transparent and data-driven way for homeowners to choose the best agent to sell their most valuable asset., which provides technology consulting services that help clients unlock insights and opportunities, is seeking a full stack developer for its UK team.

That wraps it up for this week. Good luck, and keep sending in those job roles wherever they are in the world. ®

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