How can IT developer find job in the UK if he has no practice in spoken English, but good writting skills?

from CV: 4 years of experience in design and development of Internet, Intranet and Desktop applications 3 years of experience in .NET and its technologies .Net Framework, C#, ASP.NET, ADO.NET 15 months of experience in Visual Basic 6.0. Expertise in developing applications using Web Forms, Windows Forms and Web Services Good experience and understanding in database concepts with SQL Server 2000, Oracle 9i and Informix Good working knowledge in XML and XSLT •Experience in developing Web applications using HTML, JavaScript and CSS. •Good understanding of UML modeling using Select Enterprise Architect and MS Visio. •Good understanding and working knowledge in Microsoft CRM 3. Native language is Russian, also can speak Latvian, EU Citizenships

Asked By: darkcat - 2/26/2007
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You haven't said what your first language is. Without decent spoken English skills colleagues would imagine they would have problems discussing software build and testing plans with you. There may be jobs utilising your primary language. Try a search on an IT job site such as cwjobs and include your spoken language as... More
Answered By: Alan M - 2/26/2007
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Your english seems fine to me - a little practice speaking it will increase your job prospects a great deal though, be that right or wrong. Try freelancing! Most correspondence is written and you will have opportunity to practice spoken english when you meet clients and other developers.
Answered By: singlecell_amoeba - 2/26/2007
To say you have good "writting" skills would be a failure to start but you could try specialist IT recruitment agencies, that's how I got my job.
Answered By: Dave C - 2/26/2007
Start by adding your CV to Job boards and CV databases most IT recruitment agencies search these site's.
Answered By: mo z - 2/26/2007
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