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Junior Perl Programmer at Penthouse Internet (Sunnyvale, CA)

by Matt Lee Contributions Published on Jun 27, 2008 10:47 AM
Looking for proven Perl experience

Penthouse Internet, the largest adult entertainment company in the world has an opening for a Jr. Perl Developer in their Sunnyvale Office. Penthouse has numerous openings for talented and driven individuals. If you want to be a part of a company that is now one of the most trafficked websites in the world, then Penthouse Internet is the place for you.

Penthouse Internet is looking for hard-working and motivated individuals who will need to work on our premises and who have proven experience as a Junior Perl Programmer.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Focus primarily on bug fixing
  • Write code that scales well under heavy load
  • Work with QA to resolve issues
  • Document existing code base

Desired Qualifications:

  • 1 year experience with PERL
  • 1 year experience with SQL and relational database knowledge
  • HTML fluency
  • Javascript and Ajax working knowledge
  • Quick learner and a team player
  • Self-motivated problem solver with attention to detail
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Comfortable with adult content

Penthouse Internet has an excellent benefit package that includes:

  • Immediate company paid health insurance(for qualifying family members also), life insurance, LTD, AD&D; and a company EAP
  • Company quarterly bonus plan
  • Matching 401(k) up to 4% of annual salary with no vesting period
  • PTO and Holiday Pay

Please submit your resume to jobs@various.com.

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