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Perl Developer - Amsterdam

Technical Operations Developer

Posted: August 6, 2014
Company name: Legacy.com
Location: Naperville, IL
Country: United States
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
Onsite: yes
Description: Develop and maintain backend scripts that extract, transform and load data using Perl and SQL technologies.

Develop and maintain advertising banners, website header/footer artwork snippets, and email templates using technologies such as HTML, jQuery, JavaScript, CSS, etc.

Provide technical support to internal and external customers using a variety of third-party vendor applications such as ADTECH IQ, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Webmaster Tool, BigQuery, Silverpop, Cyfe, Tableau, Geo Edge Analytics, etc.

Create reports for all internal departments using SQL, Microsoft Reporting Services and homegrown proprietary tools.

Communicate with affiliates, vendors and internal departments to satisfy requests or resolve issues.
Required skills: At least 1 year of development experience with a solid background in several of the following technologies: Perl, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, SQL, XML, XSLT, Regular Expressions.

Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field.

Experience working with data feeds of various formats, including HTML, XML, ASCII delimited, etc.

Self starter with strong troubleshooting and problem solving skills

Solid written and verbal communication skills

Highly motivated team player with good organizational skills

Excellent time management skills with the ability to determine and set task and project priorities

Strong multi-tasking abilities and attention to detail to produce a high quality of work

Possess working knowledge of Microsoft applications, including but not limited to Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook, etc.
Website for more information: www.legacy.com
Contact information: Go to this link to apply:


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