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Perl Developer

Posted: January 30, 2017
Company name: inviCRO
Location: Boston
Country: United States
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
Onsite: yes
Description: Full-Stack dev position will extend our web-based study management and storage application (iPACS). The iPACS is a platform used by researchers worldwide to provide tools for managing, data mining and reporting on large amounts of medical imaging data. A flexible solution developed for both in-house and external applications, the iPACS is currently installed at more than half of the top 25 pharmaceutical companies.

• Develop test, and maintain the iPACS Data Model (DBIx)
• Implement the iPACS Business Logic Layer (Perl Moose, Catalyst)
• Serve as development Project Lead for customer driven development projects
• Assess, improve, and maintain iPACS environment (including server, network, and hosting environment)
• Develop unit tests using the Test::More testing framework
Desired skills: • Demonstrated experience with Modern Perl, Catalyst MVC Framework, DBIx::Class, and Template::Toolkit.
• Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related discipline; relevant experience may substitute for the degree requirement on a year for year basis
• 3+ years of work experience in complex systems design, application support, and network security
• Expert knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (OO JS, DOM manipulation, AJAX, JSON)
• Strong background in Web 2.0 technologies and frameworks (HTML5, CSS3, Bootstrap, jQuery, REST)
• Understanding user interface best practices and standards
• Familiarity with development and debugging tools
• Solid object oriented skills
• Preferred knowledge of computer system hardware and software validation in GCP environments
Website for more information: www.invicro.com
Contact information: jobs@invicro.com

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