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Posted: May 3, 2016
Job title: Senior Perl Developer
Company name: CV-Library
Location: Fleet, Hampshire
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
CV-Library is one of the UK's largest online job sites and attracts over 3
million unique job seekers every month. With a client list crammed full of
the biggest brand names in recruitment and also a healthy mix of corporate
clients who regularly use our services, we are rapidly evolving into one of
the biggest and most dynamic online media organisations in the UK, and the
exciting news is we're growing beyond all expectations.
We now have the
opportunity for an experienced and skilled Senior Perl Developer to help
with the continuing expansion of the UK's fastest growing job board.
senior developer you will have an in depth knowledge of Modern Perl and
object-oriented programming. You believe in best practices and tests
(sometimes developing using TDD). You are equally happy adding new features
or refactoring legacy code to improve the overall architecture. You enjoy
learning new technologies and coaching/mentoring your fellow developers.
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
* Laid back dress code
We are based at the Waterfront Business Park,
Fleet, just a 2 minute walk away from the mainline station with direct
links to London Waterloo, Basingstoke, Winchester and Southampton.
* OO Perl with Moose and DBIx::Class
* Apache / Nginx
* Version control (ideally with Git)
* Template Toolkit
Website for more information: http://www.cv-library.co.uk/
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