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Senior Perl Developer

Perl Developer

Posted: May 17, 2017
Company name: inviCRO
Location: Boston, MA
Country: United States
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
Onsite: yes
Description: The Perl Developer 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

•Assess, improve, and maintain iPACS environment (including server, network, and hosting environment)

•Develop unit tests using the Test::More testing framework
Desired skills: •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

•Demonstrated experience with Modern Perl, Catalyst MVC Framework, DBIx::Class, and Template::Toolkit.

•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: Stephen Hiscock - Recruitment Coordinator
(203) 508 1594

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