[sf-perl] <job> Internal Tools Engineer for Financial Transactions Company

JM Valera jm at bitpass.com
Wed Dec 21 14:42:40 PST 2005

Position: Software Tools Engineer
BitPass is a venture-backed startup that offers an exciting and
challenging work environment. We're looking for bright, creative, and
passionate technology professionals.
Your primary responsibility is to develop, execute, and automate the
BitPass platform's internal and external APIs. You must be able to work
well under tight deadlines and rapidly changing priorities, reliable,
able to manage multiple tasks, and goal-oriented.
  * Develop web and command-line to make use of BitPass APIs
  * Identify, analyze, and automate processes relevant to team needs
  * Track and report project development to department manager
  * Identify and resolve project development requirements through
regular communication with project managers and team members
Skill Requirements
  * Strong experience with Perl and mod_perl
  * Understanding of HTTP and HTTPS protocols
 * Overall understanding of the software development lifecycle
 * Ability to work independently in a start up environment
 * Reporting, writing, analytical, and organizational skills
 * Ability to follow system design process and documentation of code
Minimum Qualifications
 * 5+ years experience with Perl
 * 3+ years experience with MySQL developing databases
 * 4+ years experience with UNIX platform (Linux preferred)
 * Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
 * Software automation tools and Java experience are pluses
 * Familiarity with interface template systems (e.g. Template Toolkit
and Smarty)
Desired Qualifications
 * Understanding of PHP, Java and/or C# 
 * HTML, CSS, JavaScript, cross-browser development
 * User interface development
 * Suse or RedHat Linux system administration
 * Prior startup experience
 * BA/BS or equivalent
Contact Us 
Send your resume to: jobs at bitpass.com
Subject line: Job Code STE
BitPass, Inc.
Equal Opportunity Employer 

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