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Directski.com is seeking a Web Applications Developer with solid Perl
development experience to join its small in-house development team. The role
involves the development of web-based travel systems. The successful
will be comfortable developing for SQL/RDBMS and Unix systems.
Our team is responsible for everything technology related. You'll use our
in-house application framework, but will also have the chance to use modern
perl technologies such as Moose, DBIx::Class and Catalyst. We're not afraid
to try something new if it makes our lives better. We take an agile approach
to development, so code you write today will be in production within days.
Our goal is to be the number one online seller of ski holidays and we need
your help to make it a reality.
*Reports to:* Team Lead
*Location*: Dublin 15
- Analysis, Design & Implementation of web applications.
- Development of enhancements to existing company booking engines and web
- Development of new company web sites and systems.
*Experience, Qualifications & Person:* A minimum of 2 years software
development experience within a commercial or business environment.
Demonstrable skills with the following technologies:
- Perl (application development experience)
- HTML / CSS
- XML / XSLT
- Relational Databases (PostgreSQL an advantage)
- Web services
In addition to the above, experience of Travel Systems and Content
Management Systems will be a distinct advantage.
The successful candidate will have a proven track record of working well
within a small development team and will demonstrate exceptional problem
solving skills and initiative.
Only candidates with permission to work in Ireland will be considered.
Fluency in English is essential.
*Salary:* Competitive salary plus benefits
*Contact:* email jobte12 at directski.com
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