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Perl Programmer

Posted: June 26, 2020
Company name: WebCDR
Location: San Francisco, CA, United States
Country: United States
Pay rate: $40/hr
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Hourly employee
Length of employment: indefinite
Hours: Part time
Onsite: no
Description: This is a 100% telecommuting position.

This is a part-time temporary position with a potential opportunity for a permanent part-time position.

Work Schedule: Four 7.5 hour days (Mon-Thu).

You will be developing hosted software for the telecom industry using Perl, Linux, Apache, PostgreSQL, and Javascript. You will be part of a devops team responsible for developing new features and managing systems.

Excellent spoken and written English. This position requires occasional customer interaction for requirements gathering and application support.
Proven ability to document what you do.
Highly responsive and productive in a work-from-home setting.
Ability to accept direction and instruction from management.
Ability to track and communicate status of your projects to management on a recurring basis.
Ability to help clients via telephone and email.


Highly intelligent, innovative problem-solver.
Detail oriented with strong follow-through.
Ability to learn new concepts quickly.
Happy working solo or in a team.

Medical, dental, vision, paid vacation for USA-based FTE's should we opt to make you an offer of full-time employment at some future date.
We perform a criminal background check on candidates after the second interview per our corporate security policy. No phone calls or visits without prior invitation.

Absolutely no agents or third party inquiries. Really.
Desired skills: Strong software development skills: requirements, architecture, design, implementation, and maintenance.
5+ years Perl programming experience.
Database skills (PostgreSQL a plus).
Web application development skills.

In-depth understanding of the Perl HTML::Mason module.
High-availability systems setup.
Telecom billing/CDR knowledge.
Nagios configuration.
Website for more information: www.webcdr.com
Contact information: job-7359@webcdr.com

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