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Experienced Ruby on Rails Developer - 95% Telecommute - software / qa / dba / etc - job employment

City: San diego
Date: 05 Aug 2017
Category: Software / QA / DBA

We are a small, cutting-edge software development company looking for an experienced Ruby on Rails developer to work full-time on a distributed team. We have a great team-centric company culture, and are poised to grow rapidly over the next few years. This is a fantastic ground-floor opportunity for a smart, team-oriented Ruby Developer. Candidates may be required to attend work-related meetings in-person on occasion.

Required Qualifications:
• Minimum of 3 years of experience working on Ruby on Rails web applications
• Hands-on experience with at least one modern javascript UI framework (ex: AngularJS, React, etc.)
• Ability to use basic domain-driven design concepts to identify objects and entities that are necessary within a new application
• Ability to solve problems and learn quickly
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to work collaboratively in a team setting
• Ability to work in a self-directed manner with little supervision
• Ability to write and understand SQL queries and statements
• Experience writing unit tests
• US Citizen or permanent legal resident

Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience working with PostgreSQL databases in web applications
• Experience working with Git repositories
• Understanding of Mobile First Responsive Design and modern CSS frameworks such as Bootstrap or Bourbon
• Experience with 508-Compliance requirements and creating and testing compliant UIs
• Experience with XML

Educational and/or Experience Requirements:
• B.Sc. In Computer Science, or similar, or 3 years of development experience.
• At least 2 years of experience working in a technical team environment.

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