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Large employer in St. Louis, MO looking for C/C++ developer and also Perl/Unix/SQL analyst  RSS feed

 
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My employer currently has two open positions. Technically, we have a ton of open ones, but these two are of particular interest to me. One is primarily a C/C++ developer, with some Java, some Perl, and other random bits and bobs. You would be part of a 6-person team and be in an on-call rotation. You'd be doing mostly development, some maintenance, and some support of an in-house application.

Another position would be part of a 3-person team supporting two vended applications. Writing perl scripts, trouble shooting issues, database queries and reports (but no actual DBA responsibilites), working on interfaces between applications, etc.

Please contact me for more info.

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