[sf-perl] * Perl Tools Developer Position Available in Bay Area
fred at redhotpenguin.com
Thu Aug 13 17:34:28 PDT 2009
Please use the [job] tag on all job postings. I specified that
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On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 5:11 PM, Orastaff<oraman at verizon.net> wrote:
> No Sponsorship is Available. No Third Parties Please.
> Position: Perl or Python Tools Developer Position ( with an industry leader)
> ** Must Have Perl or Python, debugging, and protocol experience within a
> Unix environment.
> Salary Range: 75-100K base-depends on experience.
> Location: Greater San Francisco California area ( San Mateo)
> No relocation assistance is provided, however company will consider
> willing to pay thier own relocation expenses.
> This company is a solid, well-known Bay Area success story.
> At the moment, they seek a strong Tools Engineer who can work with existing
> teams to implement tools for managing systems.
> This roe will both maintain and support all internal tools, but also help
> build new tools.
> Here's what is required:
> -Must be proficient in either Perl or Python. If not, we won't get you
> through the front door.
> -Must have solid debugging skills.
> -Must have experience/knowledge with either (or both) HTTP or TCP/IP
> -Must have experence working in/with large Unix Environments like Solaris or
> 1. JAVA experience, Tomcat Experience
> 2. Enterrpise Storage and Networking
> For immediate consideration, please send your resume as a Word attachment
> oraman at verizon.net
> Please use job code: Perl Mongers/San Fran/Tools Developer/Doug P.
> All Submissions are handled in confidence.
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