This is how to write a job ad

*************** Job 2 ***************

Title: IVR Developer (Visual C++ and SQL)
Location: Melbourne
Advertiser: eQuus IT Resources
Date Posted: 11-01-2005
Description: IVR Developer with Visual C++ and SQL development experience required to earn $70-$100K with fabulous company in futuristic undersea laboratory*.
Get the full details of this job, here :
http://it.seek.com.au/jobmail.asp?jobid=4478466

IVR Developer (Visual C++ and SQL)

*Futuristic undersea laboratory may not match description.

Interactive Voice Response. What an age we live in. Next thing we know, we’ll be swiping our own groceries at the supermarket checkout, and lining up at crazily-named “automatic tellers” to do our banking. But you still see actual humans going around emptying the trash and hosing the dog crap off the sidewalk.

But that’s none of my business (being housetrained and all, and also not a dog). My business is attempting to thwart my cynical nature as I write these job ads. And this one’s a doozy, I don’t mind telling you. IVR Developer. According to www.whatis.com (where all the best and most professional IT recruiters like to hang out): “Interactive Voice Response (IVR) is a software application that accepts a combination of voice telephone input and touch-tone keypad selection and provides appropriate responses in the form of voice, fax, callback, e-mail and perhaps other media.”

Our client is a leading developer of things, and have a few ideas for some pretty nifty IVR gear. But before they can do that, they need a first-class IVR Developer to put these dreams into motion. Behold now the Requisite Skills and Attributes:

# Solid background in IVR Development
# Extensive Visual C++ and SQL experience
# Multi-threading and networking experience
# Knowledge of, and hands-on experience with, Intel Dialogic telephony card
# Knowledge of, and hands-on experience with, VoIP.

So if you’ve got all of these things and are keen to earn up to $100K per year, then we’re keen to give it to you. So apply instantly, or call Janene Fulton for more information. Just remember to speak clearly when our new RoboPhone(TM) Complete Communication Service (or CCS) answers your call, and you’ll get through to her eventually. Though we do have another guy here named Ogden Eytinge, and to the new RoboPhone(TM) those names are kind of similar, but if he’s not there, you’ll get kicked back to the prompt and will be able to try again. A little tip: The RoboPhone(TM) CCS has trouble recognizing vowels, so try and leave those out.

Please contact Janene Fulton quoting reference number SK/2002958 on:
phone (03) 9629 6788 • fax (03) 9629 5788

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