Fwd: JOB: Contract Perl/Oracle Applications Developer required (location Copenhagen)

David Cantrell david at cantrell.org.uk
Tue Jan 10 12:19:56 GMT 2006

A recruiter sent me this, which may interest some of you.  I've also
pointed him at jobs.perl.org so it'll probably appear there too.

On Tue, Jan 10, 2006 at 10:47:46AM -0000, Christian Larder wrote:

> I am currently looking for an applications developer with Perl (preferably OO Perl) to work on an initial 6 month contract assignment in Copenhagen for Nokia Mobile Phones. Will pay EUR64.00 per hour (max).
> Job Requirements:
> The candidate is needed to help maintain and develop applications used and installed on all client R&D sites around the globe. The main activities on a day-to-day basis is to fix problems with Perl scripts, develop and update web based applications (running under apache) and help maintain data in an Oracle database. You will be working with with a multi-national team and hence good communication skills are a must.
> Requirements:
> Good understanding of Perl (OO Perl preferable)
> Knowledge of Apache web servers
> SQL (preference given to knowledge of Oracle PL/SQL)
> Additional skills (good to have)
> Knowledge of Synergy/ CM
> Oracle database administration
> Std Working Week 37hrs
> Expected agreement period start: 01-16-2006
> Expected review date: 07-14-2006
> Can you let me know if you know anyone who might be interested and also, how you are fixed for work at the moment?
> Thanks for your help.
> Sincerely 
> Christian Larder
> Senior Consultant 
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