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OS 10.5 - OBJECTIVE-C / COCOA MacOS Developer HOME BASED required by leading Company (VACANCY)

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OBJECTIVE-C / COCOA MacOS Developer HOME BASED required by leading Company (VACANCY / Advert)

Leading Company (Yorkshire based however will consider telecommuting) is urgently seeking a competent Objective-C / Cocoa Developer to work on some of the latest cutting edge MacOS Development! (Ideally Permanent but may consider contract dependent on response..) In 6 months when the MacOS Software is built further development on iPhone SDK will be possible..

Leading Company, excellent development work and extremely competetive Salary + share options!

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