SPUG: Fwd: Follow up w/ Kforce

Mark Mertel mark.mertel at yahoo.com
Wed May 12 16:32:57 PDT 2010

Thought I would pass along an email from a recruiter who just called 
looking for a perl developer. Its an FTE position in Seattle.

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: 	Follow up w/ Kforce
Date: 	Wed, 12 May 2010 19:28:30 -0400
From: 	Siharath, Anousinh <asiharath at kforce.com>
To: 	<mark.mertel at yahoo.com>

Hi Mark -
Do you know of any Perl/ Web 2.0 developer that may potentially be 
looking for new opportunities?
Below is the job description for your review:
*Perl/ Web 2.0 developer
Seattle, WA
Permanent - FTE
Essential Job Functions:

Work with our Implementation and Design Teams to enhance, augment, and 
develop web-based functionality for our core software applications.

Optimize current applications using clean, effective Web 2.0 fundamentals.

Demonstrate the capacity to develop flexible, scalable designs using 
best practices and little oversight.


Web design / development experience (3+ years) with Perl using 

Strong experience developing in a Linux or Unix environment.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate strong graphic design skills that 
create pleasing and user friendly experiences.

Google Toolkit

Web 2.0

Anousinh Siharath
Technology Recruiter
Kforce Technology
425-803-7102 Office
425-889-5985 Fax

www.kforce.com/tech-jobs <http://www.kforce.com/tech-jobs>

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