Perl developers throw a mean party! Remote Perl role in UK and EU
Telecommute from Europe (see more)
Depending on Experience
Are you the host with the most?
There’s an art to being a good host. You want your guests to feel comfortable, make sure they’ve got everything they need. Good food, a drink in hand, a nice place to sit. It’s no different online, and as the developer and operator of software platforms providing web presence services to guests around the world, our clients take hosting to the next level.
You won’t need a bachelor’s degree in appetizers for this role, but you will need strong Perl skills and Linux and/or FreeBSD experience. You’ll work with internet and development tech, web services, unit testing, and code review. Extra hands make quick work of pre-party tasks, so you’ll collaborate with the customer support team to address issues and implement new microservices to make sure your guests have a great time.
Ready to tie on your apron and help this growing organization expand? You’re not alone; with a solid benefits package and a culture of transparency, they’ve attracted a stellar team of individuals whose interests are as unique and varied as the clients they serve. No wonder they say their people are their strongest asset!
Some of the best parties happen at home, which is why this role is 100% remote. As long as you’re located in the UK or the EU, you’ll be able to keep an eye on your soufflé because you won’t waste time commuting. You’ll be provided with the tech that fits you best to make your day a breeze, and you’ll work with Modern Object Oriented and legacy Perl while taking breaks to baste your roast pheasant for a work-life balance that’s sure to please.
If you’re the host with the most, RSVP to us with your CV today!
Skills and Experience
Client is particularly keen on someone who knows Modern Perl, but’s also comfortable doing sysadmin tasks. It’s a small and engaged team, and a combination of both would be useful – bonus points if the sysadmin experience is on FreeBSD. They also use some interesting supporting technologies: Elixir, CouchDB, and RabbitMQ, and either experience or enthusiasm for those would go down well.
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