Calling all programmers – Win a R25,000 gaming PC

rpm

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Codehesion is looking for programmers to join its fast-growing software development company, and is giving away a R25,000 gaming PC to successful applicants.

Codehesion is well known for producing world-class mobile apps and web applications for businesses, and its success has seen its development team grow.

Based in the Midlands Office Park in Midstream, Codehesion offers a relaxed work environment, competitive salaries, and various great job perks.

The company also ensures there is excellent career development and opportunities for developers to work on a range of interesting projects.

Apply now

To apply for a software development position at Codehesion:

  • Simple application with your LinkedIn profile – Apply here
OR

If your application is successful and you are hired full-time, you will receive a gaming PC worth R25,000.

At the time of writing, this gives you a rig with an 8GB Nvidia RTX 2070, an Intel Core i7 CPU, 16GB DDR4 2,666MHz RAM, and a 1TB SATA SSD.
 

cguy

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Can see it now. No job description, no salary info, just a gaming PC instead of a sign-on. Really selecting for success here. :p
 

evilskaap

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A computer as a signing bonus that is a fraction of your monthly salary? No info here or on the page about the position or technologies used.

Pass.
 

cguy

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A computer as a signing bonus that is a fraction of your monthly salary? No info here or on the page about the position or technologies used.

Pass.
Possibly 2x the salary.

Wonder if this is a way to weed out the over the hill 22+ year olds from applying.
 

evilskaap

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Lol, guess my last comment didn't go down well.
This one https://mybroadband.co.za/forum/thr...win-a-r25-000-gaming-pc.1032105/post-23616321

With no mention of any remote policy, I guess its non existent

With all the articles about them recruiting, they must either be growing fast, or no one wants to work there for the salary they are offering or their applicants aren't qualified. The single PC offered to sweeten the deal points to salary.

It probably comes with t&c that they will deduct the cost of the pc from your final salary of you leave within X months.

Let's hope they update their careers page with more info.
 
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