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Perl Developer

Posted: October 1, 2019
Company name: Visma Labs
Location: Riga, Latvia
Country: Latvia
Pay rate: 2100 - 3400 eur gross
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
Description: Visma provides software solutions that cover HRM, Talent Management and Payroll solutions with a diverse customer portfolio. Visma Labs is a team of more than 200 talented professionals in Latvia. We develop test and support business systems, as part of an international organization.

Currently, we are looking for an experienced Perl Developer who will join our Riga team to work with an international talent management service named Visma EasyCruit with more than 600 customers from the private and public sector.

Key responsibilities:
- Be part of a Scrum / Kanban team and actively take part in developing Visma product
- Develop and maintain application software working with established processes
- Estimate work effort with task breakdown, and verify approach and estimates with supervisor and team
- Collaborate with development team conducting code reviews and providing improvement suggestions
- Cooperate efficiently in an international environment with a team of strong professionals
Desired skills: Job requirements:
At least 2 years of professional experience working with Perl, including:

Perl 5.20
Apache 2.7 + ModPerl
Debian OS

MySQL 5.6.23
InnoDB storage engine

As an advantage
Previous experience with .NET and AWS
Octopus Deploy, TeamCity, Jenkins
Deployment on EC2 instances and AWS ECS

Personal skills:
Good, written and verbal English skills
Enjoys working in the team and international environment
Analytical thinking and self-driven

Regardless of the long list of expectations mentioned above you do not need to be an expert in all areas. Equally important as all tech skills are how you fit the group as a personality.
Website for more information: www.visma.lv
Contact information: inga.grieze@visma.com

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