[Melbourne-pm] JOB: Perl OO Web Developer

Adam Clarke adam.clarke at strategicdata.com.au
Sat Feb 4 04:48:59 PST 2006

Perl OO Web Developer

Strategic Data is looking for a Perl developer to work on a range of 
projects in an ongoing capacity. A passion for programming in Perl, 
learning, and solving problems is essential - as are the following Perl 
related skills;

   o Perl OO
   o DBI
   o CGI

Highly regarded but NOT essential
o mod_perl
o Class::DBI or similar
o CGI::Application or similar
o Template Toolkit or similar
o Strong SQL skills (PostgreSQL and MySQL)
o CVS / Subversion
o Test driven development skills

Bonus points but DEFINITELY NOT essential
o Request Tracker and or Mason
o Understanding of the issues related to creating valid and functional
   (X)HTML and CSS.
o Debian GNU/Linux familiarity (particularly package creation)
o A pony

Employment Conditions
Remuneration: 45K - 65K depending on skills and experience

Hours: The role is ideally full-time but a more flexible arrangement
could be negotiable for the right person. Flexible daily start / end 
times are happily considered.

Location: Carlton, Victoria. While some off-site (telecommuting) work 
may be negotiated you must be prepared to work at our office location 
most of the time.

What we do
Strategic Data specialises in providing technical support to researchers 
in a range of industries. This includes the construction of on-line data 
capture and analysis tools.

We are involved in a number of long term, government funded, research 
projects and provide technical advice to the Australian Government and 
its agencies on several National Minimum Data Sets, particularly in 
Mental Health.

While this is our primary focus, we also produce dynamic web 
applications for a broader range of clients, and through our subsidiary, 
IT Strategic, provide general IT support services to small through 
medium enterprises.

How we do it
We are a small, friendly team. Our office is best described as "early 
Internet start-up" in terms of it's decor and dress code, that is where 
the comparison ends however - we know people value their non-working 
hours and respect that.

While we appreciate our team pulling together in a crisis, we aim to 
avoid crises instead.

We are strong supporters of Open Source Software and have actively 
contributed to the Perl and OSS community

  o 2004 - Open Source Developers Conference - Bronze sponsor
  o 2005 - Donation to DBI project to help Tim Bunce continue that work.
  o 2005 - Open Source Developers Conference - Silver sponsor
           (flew Audrey Tang of Pugs fame in for conference)

Send a text only or PDF resume to jobs at strategicdata.com.au

Adam Clarke
Director & CTO

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