Looking For Web Developer With Usability Passion

My company is looking for skilled colleagues with rare combination of being both a web developer and usability specialist. The job is in Copenhagen, Denmark.

But if the profile is just right, it could be somebody working in other parts of Denmark as well (We also have offices in Århus, Odense).

Please let me know if it has any interest. Feel free to contact me (mobile 2373 6220) or my manager (his contact details are in the linked announcement).

Capgemini Jobs, Denmark: Web developer passionate about usability (the link is in Danish).

PS. Don’t worry, this blog will not turn into a job board. I just feel that this announcement can make my working life even more enjoyable (even though it’s hard to imagine :)

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5 Responses to “Looking For Web Developer With Usability Passion”

  1. Web development company Says:

    If you could mention the skillsets for the web developer that you are looking for it will be really helpful indeed.

  2. Jesper Rønn-Jensen Says:

    “Web development company”: It’s all in the Danish job posting that is linked in the text.

    Please note that capgemini is a consulting company, and thus we are looking for somebody to be employed by us working for us (and not another consulting company temporarily filling the gap).

    Also, this posting probably has no relevancy for headhunters, but is aimed at people (speaking Danish), who are looking for new job opportunities.

  3. Hector Says:

    What seems strange about this is post is…

    …if your company, which is Denmark, needs a developer to work in Copenhagen…
    …and you provide a link to a site in Danish…
    …meaning the candidate will have to:
    a.) live in Denmark
    b.) speak Danish…

    …why are you posting this in an English blog, where most readers/visitors/potential candidates do not live in Denmark and do not speak Danish?

    Seems counterintuitive to me.

  4. Greg Scowen Says:

    It seems perfectly normal to me to post this job Hector.

    This domain is a Danish domain, the author obviously states that he is Danish and works in Denmark. It stands to reason that he might like to post about this position. Perhaps a reader has a friend…

    Also, how can you suggest where Jesper’s visitors do and don’t come from and what language they speak? Do you presume that just because you speak English and Spanish that all of his readers do? I speak English and German… so that theory would be flawed pretty quick. My guess is that a lot of Jesper’s visitors speak Danish and English, in fact I can guarantee that every one of them that speaks Danish speaks English too.

    Good luck with your search Jesper. I wish I spoke Danish or was planning my move back to Europe for earlier than one year. It sounds like a good opportunity.

  5. Jesper Rønn-Jensen Says:

    @hector and @greg: Thanks a lot for your comments.

    All Danes speak English, and I know that some of you don’t. I’m sorry you are not in the target group for this particular job. But you both fit on the “passionate” part, however :) So it’s a shame that you are not in the Copenhagen area.

    After some considerations I chose to post this announcement here, but it’s mine and Thomas’ intention that this blog keeps it’s primary focus on usability and web standards. But as you probably know, we occasionally also write on other topics.

    Thanks for reading and posting. Hector: I share your concerns, but as Greg pointed out, we also have Danish readers. And the as you probably already know, we write this blog for technically minded people with a passion for usability, I decided that this post would fit in :)