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Posted: September 18, 2017
Company name: Freeside Internet Services, Inc.
Location: Truckee, CA, United States (Telecommute - Social Security # or Tax ID)
Country: United States
Pay rate: DOE
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Independent contractor (hourly)
Hours: Full time
Onsite: no
Description: .

We're Freeside Internet Services, a small software company. We write and support an open-source billing and operations application for ISPs/WISPs and VoIP providers.

We're looking for some additional developers to work on the application with us. The work consists of designing and implementing new features both small and large, as well as maintaining the code, incremental refactoring, documentation and providing assistance to our support folks.

We're a small, distributed company. Our employees and contractors work remotely. We're looking for folks who are comfortable working independently, and who can be a responsible and communicative part of our team.

NOTE that although the position is telecommute, we are a small company and you need to be legal to work in the US (social security # or Tax ID/EIN).

We value working code, work/life balance, communication and independence. We try to keep our developers' lives as free as possible of things like meetings, over-process, and other obstacles to getting stuff done.

Please don't just send a copy of your resume. Please take the time to check out our website and code, so we can have a useful conversation about whether there is a good fit.

I'm also specifically looking for a CPAN ID, github URL or other code examples. Please do not apply without code samples -- we need to see your code in order to consider you.

Thanks for your interest!

Ivan Kohler, President and Head Geek
Desired skills: Required:
Perl (of course)

Nice to have:
Request Tracker (RT)
Linux (Debian) system administration
Familiarity with the WISP or VoIP industries
Website for more information: freeside.biz
Contact information: ivan-programmingjob@freeside.biz

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