Doers Wanted. Perl Developer role in Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh, PA (see more)
Competitive salary based on experience
Can-Do? Try already done.
Twenty-five is such a great age. Young enough to have fun, old enough to have it together. Just ask our client, who celebrated their twenty-fifth birthday this year and are at the top of the web hosting game. With over 140,000 domains in more than 120 countries and clients that include musicians, bloggers, businesses, and non-profits, you might say they have a finger on the pulse of all that’s hot and happening.
What’s it to you? If you’re a Perl software engineer who enjoys distilling broadly defined objectives into actionable tasks, it might just mean your next career move. This client is looking for someone who will design and build the tools their customers need. You’ll coordinate implementation, testing, deployment, and maintenance across multiple systems.
Autonomy isn’t just a buzzword here; this team believes that all voices matter and that ownership of a problem rests with everyone. If you notice that something has gone awry, fix it — they embrace a can-do, already-done attitude.
Located in Pittsburgh, PA, this role is currently 100% remote. Once the world returns to normal and PJs are no longer business attire, the role may remain remote or have some combination of in-office and remote working. Most of the team has been with the company for over 20 years, and they want to find a teammate who isn’t afraid to commit. They won’t expect you to put a ring on it right away, but if you’re looking for a place to settle down and lean in, they’ll welcome you with open arms. Note: let’s hold off on the hugs until after COVID, m’kay?
Can’t wait to work for a hosting company whose goal is to excite their clients by going the extra mile? Send us your CV today with your favourite thing about Pittsburgh and all the reasons you’re right for this role!
This job is no longer officially open, but see below for how to register your interest in roles like this, and be told as if the company reopens hiring.