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PERL Developer

Posted: March 9, 2020
Company name: Laser Print Plus
Location: Columbia, SC
Pay rate: $60k-$70k usd
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Onsite: yes
Description: Laser Print Plus, located in Columbia, SC, is looking for a PERL Developer. Our primary business is converting customer data files into professional looking statements that are either printed and mailed or sent electronically. We provide print and mail services for a wide range of clients including financial institutions, insurance companies, utility companies and government municipalities.

Job Responsibilities:
•Process data files using PERL to convert and manipulate data in various input formats such as Print Image, Postscript, Access, Excel, XML, ANSI and ASCII.
•Create professional looking statements for printing and mailing or electronic presentment.
•Analyze client data for quality assurance.
•Work on multiple projects concurrently to meet and exceed customer needs.
•Read and follow moderate to complex job processing instructions.
•Use various software tools to sort and prepare data for printing and mailing.
•Write scripts in third party software to perform various data operations.
Desired skills: •2+ years of relevant work experience or education in computer science.
•Experience with variable data programming concepts is desired.
•Experience working with databases.
•Prefer experience working with a variety of file formats including Print Image, Postscript, Access, Excel, XML, ANSI and ASCII.
•Proficient with Adobe Suite, especially InDesign.
•Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.
•Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
•Strong analytical skills.
•Highly motivated and have a strong commitment to quality.
•The ability to juggle multiple projects in a fast paced dead-line driven environment.
Website for more information: www.laserprintplus.com
Contact information: Mark McNeill
mark@laserprintplus.com

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