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Developer (onsite), London

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Developer (onsite), London
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Posted: February  5, 2018

Job title: Developer

Company name: CV-Library

Location: London

Terms of employment: Salaried employee

Hours: Full time

Onsite: yes

Description:
CV-Library is one of the UK's largest online job sites, with over 10
million candidates and 3.8 million unique visitors every month. With a
client list crammed full of the biggest brand names in recruitment and also
a healthy mix of well-known corporate clients, we are rapidly evolving into
one of the biggest and most dynamic online media organisations in the UK.
The exciting news is we're still growing beyond all expectations.

We're
looking for experienced and passionate Developer to help with the
continuing expansion.

Your development experience to date will have
included object-oriented Perl programming and you will be familiar with
Modern Perl concepts and unit testing.

Essential skills:

* OO Perl
*
Apache / Nginx
* SQL (MySQL)
* Linux
* Version control (ideally with Git)

Our development team performs code review (with Gerrit) and continuous
integration (with Jenkins running our Test::Class unit tests) to increase
code quality. We use commit hooks with Perltidy and Perl::Critic and we
have daily standups, and weekly demos and retrospectives.

The team enjoy a
quiet working environment with:

* High quality dual monitors
* High spec
PC
* Laid back dress code

Desired skills:
Experience with any following would be advantageous:

* Moose
* DBIx::Class
* Template Toolkit
* Plack
* Javascript (JQuery)
* Solr

Website for more information: https://www.cv-library.co.uk/

Contact information at:
http://jobs.perl.org/job/20556#contact



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