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Awesome Perl development Job!

This position is for an experienced Perl Web programmer in a Web
development support role.

Primary responsibilities require regular interaction with the internal
partners in order to

develop Web applications, support delivery of services, identify and
implement quick

solutions, and ensure coordination between a number of functions and

You will work closely with the organization's Web Administrator/
Developer to further develop

applications to support the team. These projects include but are not
limited to:

1 - Creation of online charts and graphs controlled by user input
2 - Creation of data html tables, including pagination, sorting number
of records with

search and export to excel functionality
3 - Creation of a deliverable matrix with search functionality

In this role, you will develop code across a variety of platforms,
undertaking design,

development, documentation, testing and subsequent ongoing support of
new and existing

features. You will also assist in the translation of business
requirements into design

and/or vendor selection whilst adhering to solution architecture.
Position requires solid

knowledge of software deployment, monitoring and scalability concepts
and procedures.

Position requires 5+ years of relevant technical experience including
skills with Perl and

modPerl, SQL (ideally in Oracle and PostGres), UNIX/Linux, and HTML/

opportunity offers technical challenge in a fun, team environment!

Jason Miles here with CLR.  Something about the job boards, they work
great, but they're
pretty similar.  I mean, monster works terriffic, reqblaster is
terriffic, careerbuilder is

I've heard other recruiters say the same thing--dice works well,
monster and reqblaster are

great, careerbuilder has hillarious commercials...but utlimately, they
are similar,
so I thought I'd try here...

Almost entirely new development designing systems to get data from
vendor sites, stage the data, update internal databases, do audits on
the data, aggregate the data, etc. Will be working with Oracle, but
any database experience is fine. Business background is good but not
essential. Looking for someone who has done a fair amount of this
of work in the past and can take ownership of a project or sub-
and go from design to implementation without constant hand holding.

Also requires:

* 3 - 5 years experience in Web application development and production
* Have a good eye for detail
* Ability to produce highly quality code
* Desire to share and mentor programming knowledge
* Good sense of programming concepts/standards
* Experience with Perl DBI, Perl Charts, and CGI
* Experience with JavaScript and HTML required
* Ability to meet deadlines in a fast paced environment with minimal
supervision required
* Must be dynamic, fast-paced, and open to change

* XML XSLT and Flash experience helpful but not required.
I'll send you the full description when you write me.  Let's apply!

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