[Jobs] Perl developers for Web 2.0 startup - up to 45k - West London

Zoopla.co.uk jobs at zoopla.co.uk
Wed May 23 13:33:00 BST 2007

Software developers required to help develop a new 'web 2.0'  website and
platform for a new startup.

The startup is backed by an experienced management team with an excellent
record in developing scalable and successful websites.

Ideally you will have experience developing structured Perl applications
a team, working with large/varied datasets within MySQL/similar. You should
have the ability to judge the optimal balance of compromise/engineering that

provides the most benefit to the business in every situation.

You should be excited by working on a variety of projects within a small but

growing team in a dynamic startup environment, and should be capable of
anticipating and being responsive to the needs of the business as it grows.

We are recruiting a number of developers and consider attitude and ability
work well within a team to be very important. We also understand the need
to provide a working environment that is enjoyable and challenging.

Required skills:
- Perl
- Linux
- MySQL/similar
- entire software development lifecycle
- strong communication skills

- experience building high-volume, fault-tolerant, db-driven websites with
- Apache, mod_perl, HTML/CSS, HTML::Mason, Javascript/AJAX
- distributed systems design & development

Responsibilities include:
- developing and maintaining a scalable, distributed, LAMP architecture
- implementing/maintaining website APIs for use by web developers
- developing back-end processes
- designing/developing innovative algorithms
- technical support to the rest of the business as needed

Salary 30-45k - depending on experience.

You must be located in the UK with permission to work for a minimum of 12
months to apply.

Please send your CV or questions through to jobs_dev_01 at zoopla.co.uk
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