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Come be a Perl developer in the smartest city in the USA

Posted: July 13, 2019
Company name: Perl Jobs by Perl Careers
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Country: United States
Pay rate: depending on experience
Poster represents: a recruiting agency
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
Onsite: yes
Description: We aren’t a sexy Silicon Valley start-up with lots of venture capital backing us and swinging for the fences. Instead, we’re an established business with a long-term reputation for being one of the best hosting companies in the world. We aren’t sexy. We’re comfortable. And unlike most startups, we know we’ll still be around tomorrow. Developers here measure their tenure in decades – that’s how likeable we are. And it’s not just the developers — our clients rave about our uptimes and our customer-service team.

So what do we need? We need another great Perl developer to add to the team. You know your code, you need minimal direction and you do your work with a smile, because you enjoy it. We want the kind of person who can figure out how something works just by reading the code and when they see something is broken, they roll up their sleeves and fix it without having to be told to do it. Our developers work autonomously for the most part, but also fit into a team. We’re a team that listens: great ideas are heard and you’ll be heard.

We’re based in Pittsburgh, one of the most livable cities in the States. What’s more, it was recently ranked as the smartest city in America, based on universities, education level, public libraries. Music to geeky ears, right? We knew there’s a reason why we ended up here. But it’s not just that — we also happen to love the many parks and rivers, hilltops and arts districts, as well as the fact that there are more bars per capita than anywhere else in the States. Take that New York!
Desired skills: Strong Perl
Website for more information: job.perl.careers
Contact information: pete@perl.careers

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