Perl Programmer / Developer, Systems Developer – Unix/Linux - London

  • NTT Europe
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Dec 21, 2016
Permanent I.T. & Communications IT

Job Description

Perl Programmer / Developer, Systems Developer – Unix/Linux – London


£40,000 to £50,000 + Up to 10% bonus and other bens


NTT Europe is part of NTT Communications (Fortune Global Top 75) and has over 600 employees, with headquarters in the UK and offices across Europe.

The role covers all aspects of the development lifecycle from working with users to define requirements though to design, implementation, testing, documentation and support. However the main focus is on the development aspects. You will be developing on a well-established framework with other developers - under the lead of Systems Architects - adhering to best practices and coding standards to achieve business requirements.

The systems integrate with and provide ICT solutions for the following areas;

  • Enterprise Cloud & Cloud solutions
  • Colocation
  • Facility & Asset Management
  • Customer Quotes and Order Management Workflow
  • CMDB
  • Procurement
  • Ticketing/Support and Problem Management
  • Incident Management and Monitoring

Shortlisted candidates will have the following skills:

  • Excellent Perl programming skills
  • Python
  • Web based application design and development (UNIX/Linux based)
  • Software development tools and techniques
  • Database technology and SQL (Preferably PostgreSQL)
  • Working in a version controlled development environment

If you feel that you are suitable for this role, please respond with your most recent CV for immediate consideration.


About us:

NTT Communications provides consultancy, architecture, security and cloud services to optimize the information and communications technology (ICT) environments of enterprises. These offerings are backed by the company's worldwide infrastructure, including IPv4/IPv6 Global Tier-1 IP Network, Arcstar Universal One VPN network reaching over 150 countries, and over 120 secure data centres.