Senior Rails Developer
Onlife is in need of top notch, motivated, and quality driven developers to help with the continued build of our new health and wellness portal. Our application is a little over a year old, and we continue to add new features/functionality as we strive to be market leaders in our space.
The current application is built on Rails 3, but we do plan to move to Rails 4 at some point in the near future. The application was built with scale in mind, given the number of customers that could interact with us, and there are several points of integration. That said, the application is a large scale enterprise application with a number of technologies in place... to include RabbitMQ and SQL 2012.
We are constantly evaluating our solution’s quality and technology stack - and we're not afraid to change things up should it prove valuable to our business and our solution's health. In addition, we are starting to expand our offerings by moving into mobile development. So, there are a ton of opportunities here for the right candidate!
Skills & Requirements
- A minimum of 4 years Ruby on Rails development experience.
- Enterprise development experience is a must.
- MUST be an advocate and doer of TDD. You MUST be passionate about delivering quality.
- On the back-end, you should be very knowledgeable in one or more of the following: MongoDB, SQL, RabbitMQ, Redis.
- Must feel at home working in a highly agile environment. We are a scrum shop.
- Other tools/technologies in use: GitHub, Pivotal, TeamCity, Skype.
- Mobile development experience a plus.
About Onlife HealthOnlife is a health and wellness company based in Brentwood, TN and owned by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Tennessee. While our development shop is relatively new to Rails, the team itself has been doing Rails development for some time. We are an energetic and passionate team, focused on high quality, continued learning, efficiency…. and believe it or not, having fun. We keep things real and believe in work life balance… that means we work hard, but we don’t work long hours.
US based developers only please.