programmers needed to assist developing office software that will be sending information to and from the office.
You must be able to read and understand other peoples' AutoIt code in order to maintain current systems. I cannot stress this enough.
You must know AutoIt inside and out, including the extended libraries such as the [url removed, login to view] library. So you must be fully aware of the IE document object model and how to access and manipulate it.
You must know AutoIt regular expressions.
You must know AutoIt GUI libraries. These are used by us in a extensive manner i.e. not your run-of-the-mill work.
You must know MySQL as well as SQLite. We are in the beginnings of projects that use these two database engines. Accessing them via AutoIt is a must. And you must be able to design and support the databases, tables, and indexes. So you must be both a database designer as well as an administrator.
Top consideration will go to those that meet, and can prove they meet, the above requirements. We do not have time to hold your hand or answer questions you should already know the answers to by meeting the above requirements.
When given an assignment you will be given access to the systems and code to complete that assignment. A non-disclosure agreement is a must.
Knowing and understanding Adobe AIR and Adobe Flash Builder (formerly Adobe Flex Builder) is a bonus. We would eventually (sooner than later) like to move our GUIs from AutoIt to Adobe AIR, but it is not our main priority.