[Fwd: UK Perl job vacancy]
leon at netcraft.co.uk
Mon Jun 28 09:33:49 CDT 1999
Tim Bunce wrote:
> I'd be grateful if Perl Mongers could pass this to whomever may be
> Thank you.
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> The Paul Ingram Group has a vacancy for a permenant Perl whizz.
> Founded in 1987, this small established software company is seeking a
> talented Perl programmer. You will work for Tim Bunce and Jacqui Caren
> on varied interesting projects. Mostly RDBMS, web, bulk data
> acquisition, processing and reporting on Solaris with some NT.
> By joining our team you'll be able to:
> o Work in a happy informal flexible environment.
> o Work with the best software tools and equipment. Whatever you need.
> o Be part of an experienced team.
> o Have as much responsibility and freedom as you can handle.
> o Be noticed and have your work appreciated.
> You will be expected to:
> o Be self motivated and keen to expand and develop your skills.
> o Accept responsibility and produce quality work you can be proud of.
> o Be sociable, punctual and hard working.
> o Be able to communicate effectively.
> o Travel to clients when required (e.g., Leeds, Holland, Denmark).
> Your work will be varied and there are many possibilities depending on
> your skill set. Most likely immediate work will be for BT (DBD::Oracle,
> Net::FTP, and lots of interesting high volume custom Perl scripting,
> mostly Solaris, some NT), and www.SmartAxis.com (smart card e-commerce).
> Fluency in Perl 5 is essential. Fluency in RDBMS, SQL, DBI and related
> technologies is highly desirable, along with good UNIX and basic NT
> skills. As work here is very varied, familiarity with one or more of
> these would also be advantageous (in no particular order): Oracle,
> protocols, ErWin, C, Win32::* modules, Ingres, Grafsman, Delphi.
> Salary: 18K-35K depending on skills and experience.
> Start: ASAP.
> Contact: Tim.Bunce at ig.co.uk for informal interview any day/time.
> Location: 140a High Street Godalming, Surrey (just South of Guildford).
> Amenities: Godalming is a thriving attractive town in a semi-rural setting.
> Transport: 2 minute walk from Godalming main-line train station. Plus buses.
> Web site: www.ig.co.uk but it isn't representative of our main work.
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