Install, configure, and troubleshoot CartoDB server:
I did this five years ago and it was quite difficult. Another map geek eventually helped me get all the dependencies and configuration sorted out. This time around, I would like to hire the job out.
You should have experience installing GIS server software on unix-variants. You should understand how the various parts plug in to each other — PostGIS, Redis, Windshaft, CartoDB, Ruby, etc. Applicants with experience installing CartoDB step to the front of the line.
The server should be able to serve up maps that can be pulled into my public web site using the CartoDB.js API.