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Posted: August 16, 2019

Job title: Software Developer

Company name: cPanel, L.L.C.

Location: Houston, TX

Terms of employment: Salaried employee

Hours: Full time

Onsite: yes

Description:
cPanel is growing its Internal Systems Development department and looking
for a software craftsman with advanced knowledge of Perl and working
knowledge of Linux and FreeBSD operating systems.  You'll be tasked with
developing, implementing, and maintaining cPanel's internal and external
software products.  Sound like this could be you?  Read on. 

These are the
essential duties required of the position

Refactors, optimizes, and
maintains existing software to perform more efficiently or to work within
new constraints.
Creates new software used to support, distribute or
maintain cPanel products.
Perform advanced testing and debugging to
identify and resolve problems in existing systems.
Participate in code
reviews and assists other team members with support and analysis of
external and internal systems.
Contribute knowledge from personal analysis
to company databases.
Adhere to the policies and procedures of the company.
Adhere to coding and development standards and practices provided by
cPanel.
Prepare ad hoc reports for management and company executives.

Desired skills:
These are the essential qualifications required of the position

Technical
skills - 
Working knowledge of Perl including CGI, DBI, Object-Oriented
Programming, Perl best practices
Working knowledge of web development
technologies including HTML, Javascript, and Ajax
Familiar with Linux,
underlying components and hosting related services such as Web Servers
(Apache, Tux, Lighttpd, etc), Mail Servers (Exim, Sendmail, etc.), DNS
Servers (BIND, NSD, etc.), understanding of Linux Filesystem and volume
management 
Familiar with SQL and relational database design 
Familiarity
with PHP
Education/Experience - High School diploma or equivalent
Zero or
more years of Linux system troubleshooting or a related certification
(RHCE) 
Zero or more years of Perl development experience
Travel -
Occasional local and overnight travel may be required, some by interstate
air
Project Management skills - able to perform all aspects of software
development life cycle, including requirements, development, quality
assurance, and documentation
Agile Scrum Knowledge - able to work as part
of a team that utilizes the Agile Scrum methodology to manage the software
development process.
Oral Communication - able to speak clearly and
effectively in positive or negative situations
Written Communication - able
to communicate effectively in all written work, utilizing proper grammar,
spelling, and punctuation.
Time Management - able to use time effectively
in an unsupervised fashion; able to complete projects in a timely manner
Planning/Organizing skills - able to prioritize work activities, use time
efficiently and work through large projects in a self-motivated manner
Adaptability - able to adapt to changes in the work environment and able to
deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events.
Computer Knowledge
- strong knowledge of word processing software; strong knowledge of
electronic communication systems; able to navigate the internet.
Problem
Solving Skills - able to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner,
gather and analyze information skillfully; able to apply independent
judgment on a regular basis in making decisions.
Interpersonal Skills -
able to interact with co-workers and customers in a professional and
effective manner.

Website for more information:
https://job.listings.cpanel.net/x/detail/a2ldog9ehorw

Contact information at:
http://jobs.perl.org/job/21538#contact



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