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Perl / Python Developer

Posted: February 1, 2016
Company name: Cypress Group
Internal ID: OO Perl
Location: New York, New York, United States
Country: United States
Pay rate: $80,000-$110,000
Poster represents: a recruiting agency
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Length of employment: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Onsite: yes
Description: Our client is a full-funded startup located in Midtown Manhattan looking for bright, motivated Open Source Software Engineers to join their team.

If you're sharp, can pick up multiple languages and can look for ways to add value without a lot of hand-holding, they want to talk to you.

They're looking for Developers that can learn quickly on the job and that are passtionate about solving complex problems with large data sets. You don't need 5 years of experience, but you should be able to point to some examples of work you've done and also provide code samples.

Applicants should thrive in a fast paced, hard working environment that values integrity, hard work and good ideas.

Required Skills:

Linux
jQuery or equivalent Javascript framework experience
Experience with Perl or Python or ideally both.
Experience with MySQL or PostgreSQL

Desired Skills:

DBIx::Class
Document DB systems like Mongo
Hadoop
Work experience with Amazon's EC2 and S3
C
Shell

This is an opportunity to work with a growing technology startup with solid footing and excellent leadership. Full benefits package and tons of room for growth. Send a copy of your resume to nyjobs@cypressg.com for immediate consideration. Please reference job code PERL12 in the subject line of your email.
Desired skills: Linux
Javascript (jQuery or other framework)
Perl (or Python)
MySQL or PostgreSQL
BSCS or equivalent

Catalyst
DBIx::Class
Hadoop
AWS
Website for more information: www.cypressg.com
Contact information: nyjobs@cypressg.com

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