Developer (Analyst)

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Posted:February 17, 2014
Company name: BioTrackTHC
Location:3101 N Federal Hwy Fort Lauderdale
Country: United States
Poster represents:an employer
Length of employment: permanent
Hours:Full time
Description: Our company develops software for streamlining processes in the medical and pharmaceutical industries. 

We are looking for full-time Perl programmer to work with our existing programmers to further develop and maintain our software projects. The systems use a combination of Perl/GTK, XML, SSL and SQL running on Linux servers. The requirements are that you can demonstrate knowledge and aptitude in the dealing with the above-mentioned areas of expertise. Where you lack knowledge, we require a willingness to learn and develop yourself. 

You will be working closely with our existing team. We require a dependable professional to work in this role, who is a team player, and works well within groups. 

Our systems are built around a client/server relationship. They use Perl and the GTK Toolkit on the front-end, and Perl and other technologies on the back-end. Communication is leveraged in real-time via XML over SSL. Linux knowledge is a plus, but not necessary initially. 

When replying to this ad, interested persons should include as much of the following information as possible: 

* Resume 
* Desired Compensation 
* Sample code that you have created that will demonstrate your technical knowledge. 

Including these in your response will make your application stand out more resulting in higher consideration for this position. 

NOTE: Make sure you place the code ITC-2014 in the subject line of your email so that I can easily find your email.

Required skills:-Perl 
-SQL (PostgreSQL a plus)
Desired skills: -Perl 

Website for more
Contact information:devtech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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