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Save the world then go get piste -- Mid-level Perl developer and ski-master in Sevenoaks, Kent

Posted: June 4, 2018
Company name: Perl Careers
Location: Sevenoaks, Kent, UK
Country: United Kingdom
Pay rate: Strong
Poster represents: a recruiting agency
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
Onsite: yes
Description: Executive summary:

- Work for a company who are actively making the world a better place;
- They have an annual skiing trip;
- Fancy a change? Opportunities to work from their satellite offices in South Africa and Switzerland from time to time
- Based in Sevenoaks – escape that London feeling

Like parents aren’t meant to have favourite kids, recruiters aren’t meant to have favoured clients. But not every client’s invited me to a BBQ in their beautiful alpine offices, and there aren’t many clients whose developers I saw at 5 separate Perl conferences last year…

You’ll be working with a Modern Perl stack deployed to AWS on Mojolicious with a strong focus on testing and continuous integration, and the infinite wisdom of one of CPAN’s most prolific (and nicest) contributors at hand.

The company helps charities fundraise online and works in online payments; you’ll literally be saving the world a little bit with every line of code you commit. And while you’ll be well rewarded in financial terms, you’re also likely to enjoy the annual ski trip for the company’s developers, or popping over to South Africa to work from the offices there.

I’ve placed three very happy developers there this year … come be number four, and save the world!
Desired skills: Modern Perl
Mojolicious
Experience with Perl's extensive testing tools
Skiing (just kidding, beginners welcome!)
Website for more information: perl.careers
Contact information: Sounds good right? Follow the link below to apply online, or send us an email to pete@perl.careers, quoting jobref OSC309, and tell us a little bit about yourself!

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