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|Posted:||July 16, 2021|
|Company name:||Perl Jobs by Perl Careers|
|Pay rate:||Depending on experience|
|Poster represents:||a recruiting agency|
|Terms of employment:||Salaried employee|
Waves, parties, and your new job!
Perl programmers, your skills are in demand. Sure, you could keep slogging away in your current role, but maybe it’s time to try something — or somewhere — new. Consider Malta: azure waters, 300 days of sunshine per year, and a population widely known as some of the friendliest people in the world. Doesn’t that sound like the place you want to be?
Our client is an international financial company with offices around the world. With a global presence and the kind of growth that would make a beanstalk blush, they’re looking to expand their team. If you’re a Perl programmer with a side interest in online trading, you’ll be a natural in this role. Best of all, this company has a solid twenty-year history under their belt and are known for providing a stable, engaging environment for their team.
So, why Malta? Let us break it down for you:
· Culture galore, including a summer full of weekly festivals in each village
· Ancient ruins, shipwrecks, and a history that spans thousands of years
· Have you seen the water? Postcards got nothing on Malta
· Sunshine, sunshine, sunshine
· Folks are friendly; you’ll have a new posse of Maltese pals in no time
As a member of the EU, transitioning to life in Malta is a warm sea breeze. English is one of their official languages, meaning communication is straightforward, and government documents will be in a language you recognize. Healthcare in Malta is incredibly reasonable, and a positive work-life balance will lead to fewer doctor visits. Malta is safe, welcoming, and teeming with beautiful vistas and charming restaurants.
Ready to hop a plane to Malta? Send us your CV and let’s get you on your way!
|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|