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  • I hope my post won't be inapproriate...

    sometimes ago, The Erlbaum Group from NY posted a fine job on use.perl that is just too good to be forgotten. (I kept a copy of it :)

    The Erlbaum Group is looking for a Linux Systems Administrator with a penchant for Perl. If you love UNIX systems, and your favorite Swiss army chainsaw is Perl-flavored, you’re our guy. Or gal.

    Your job would be to own all the admin responsibilities for the company. This includes maintaining two internal servers, outsourced Exchange hosting relationship, and maintenance and support for all client servers. Also, your help would be invaluable in support of software development efforts, including setting up development and testing servers, supporting programmers, etc.

    If you have the chops, you would be regularly enlisted to throw into the Perl web development efforts on various projects. Possibly as much as 50% of your job might be Perl hacking – maintaining existing code and developing new features.

    We’re a small firm, specializing in Perl (and open-source) based development. Although the company is small, our clients are not. You would have a very important job with an opportunity to wear a lot of hats, and get your hands into a lot of different things. If you like small companies, don’t mind hard work, and are a solver of problems, then this is the job for you.

            * Truly expert in administering UNIX and Linux servers.
            * Expertise in all things TCP/IP.
            * Ability to crimp Ethernet cables with teeth.
            * SSHd, QMail, Apache, Bind, NFS, IPTables, etc.
            * Must have warm acquaintanceship with up2date.
            * CVS chops a must.
            * Able to say a few kind words about Windows.
            * Perl wrangling pants. CPAN flavored.
            * Seriously organized multitaskers only!
            * HTML, JavaScript
            * Object-oriented Perl
            * HTML::Template, CGI::Application
            * MySQL, Solid SQL knowledge
            * Perl monks preferred.
            * CPAN authors treated as royalty.

    I just love to read it again and again!

    i kept few more less interesting ones on this page []
    • No, your post isn't innapropriate at all. That's a great ad! You know what they want, they're enthusiastic and they sound like the know what they're doing. That's the sort of ad I would respond to.