We’re looking for a Ruby on Rails developer to join our growing team. We work remotely and we’d love to hear from you if you’re looking for an exciting new challenge!
You’ll be working in a small team from day one, with a focus on delivering value on a daily basis. You’ll own functionality from start to finish, from helping flesh out new features, through design, test and finally deploying your code to production.
You’ll need enthusiasm to learn and work across all product areas; from DevOps to front end. As part of a small team you’ll also get to influence our product and see your work immediately impacting our customers’ success and our business.
You will be joining a fully remote team, so strong written communication skills and self-motivation are a must, as is the desire to continually improve our development processes.
Skills & Requirements
2+ years of Ruby on Rails experience
Desire to learn new skills
Self motivated & organised
Passionate about creating functional, tested, resilient software
Strong spoken & written communication skills (English)
Additional experience that would be beneficial:
Know your way around AWS
Agile development workflow
Test Drive Development
Our stack & tools: Backbone, Bootstrap, Rspec, Cucumber, Jasmine, Git & Github,
Gleanin’s audience marketing platform helps exhibition organisers get more people to their events and create a more networked community. We care deeply about our customers’ success and believe that their success is ours.
We work fully remote and use technology to help organise and communicate what we’re working on; and we have a regular weekly hangout and monthly get together – because it’s good to talk 🙂
We practice Continuous Delivery using some awesome tools to help, there’s more about our workflow and tools in this blog post. As a tech team we work with the tools that let us be productive and have a weekly group learning session on tech and best practices. If that sounds like your cup of tea, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us.
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