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|Posted:||February 22, 2021|
|Company name:||Perl Jobs by Perl Careers|
|Pay rate:||Depending on experience|
|Poster represents:||a recruiting agency|
|Terms of employment:||Salaried employee|
Who doesn’t love Robin Hood? Stealing from the rich, giving to the poor, somehow looking cool despite an outfit that centers on leggings… he’s a badass, and he’s the hero we need in these uncertain times. Everyone could use a little more coin in their pockets, and right now there’s an opening for one more in the Merry Band. Interested? Read on!
Our client is a financial company whose extraordinary growth over the last twenty years has seen them build a worldwide presence. With offices in far-flung locales like Dubai and Malaysia, they’ve recently opened a new location in Belarus. Focused on the belief that online trading should be available to all, they’ve built an empire that puts money into the hands of everyday people. Unlike stealing from the rich, this is legal, profitable, and makes the world a better place. Talk about Robin Hood vibes without the unfortunate criminal aspect!
If you’re a Perl programmer located in Belarus, you’re two steps closer to joining the Merry Band putting money back into the wallets of people around the world. Of course, you’ll need to pass the archery test first and meet Maid Marion in HR—kidding! No archery required (they would prefer you not bring a bow and arrows to work), but mad Perl skills are a must. An interest in online trading and finance would go a long way, too, so all you amateur wolves of Wall Street, take note.
The role in the Belarus office offers a unique opportunity to join an established company in a new office. You’ll get in on the ground floor with the Belarus team and soon you’ll be going for drinks after an exciting day in Sherwood Forest — er, at work. If you want to join this Merry Band, tie a message to an arrow and fire away! Apply now!
|Desired skills:||Looking for Perl developers with a strong background in Modern Perl – you should be comfortable with Moose and PSGI/Plack, and a solid grounding in using Perl’s testing tools.|
|Website for more information:||job.perl.careers|