We’ve got some great people working here at KashFlow now.
The day to day development is sorted, the sales side of things is fully under control and I no longer have to worry about support.
What we are lacking though is someone who is more of a techie all-rounder to take care of the mixed bag of technical stuff that comes with running a SaaS company. The responsibilities are really very diverse: ad-hoc SQL queries, server maintenance, internal IT support, customer support, shouting at our VOIP provider when the phones stop working, ordering hardware, managing our internal file and mail server, etc.
The right person could be 19 with virtually zero commercial experience, but a natural talent for the technical and a lot of drive and ambition. Or they could be two or three times that age with loads of experience on both the technical and management side of things. I’m looking for the right person with the right ability rather than just the right CV. So the salary on offer depends totally on the person and their experience.
What’s important is that you can communicate confidently and clearly with people of all levels of seniority and technical ability, as well as being able to use your own initiative and prioritise your workload.
The essential technical skills are:
- Windows Server 2003
- SQL 2005
The ‘would-be-nice-to-haves’ are:
- Understanding of Accounting
- Stored Procedures
- Double Take
As the company is growing very fast, there’s lots of scope for some serious career advancement.
So if you can commute to Basildon in Essex (C2C line from Southend, Barking, West Ham or Fenchurch St), have the essential technical skills above and want to work somewhere where your input will be valued, recognised and rewarded: get in touch.
Send your CV and salary expectations to careers AT KashFlow.co.uk
I should also mention (as it seemed to be the clincher in getting Michelle to join us) that we provide free toast to all staff. Both white and granary. Plus jam.
If you are an agency and you call/email about this role anyway, then I reserve the right to include you in a future blog post about recruitment agencies who can’t read and can’t be any good anyway or they wouldn’t have to phone people who explicitly said “No Agencies”.
Update: This role has now been filled