Ruby on Rails Developers
Interpret business and functional requirements into a strong design. Apply industry best practices and standards in conjunction with project requirements and design. Work closely with other developers and marketing. Manage time effectively with minimal supervision to accurately scope projects and ensure that projects release on-time. Identify opportunities for process improvements/efficiencies and drive adoption of high priority/high value improvements within the team. Excellent time management and organizational skills, including ability to accurately gauge project duration, deliver on deadlines, switch rapidly between projects in a fast paced environment and manage a workload with possible conflicting priorities. The ability to thrive in a demanding environment, requiring high degree of deadline-driven productivity, commitment, adaptability, communication, initiative and follow-through. Very strong understanding of web development best practices, including cross-browser compatibility, accessibility, and coding standards.
We also have a position in our Sarasota, Florida office. We will consider candidates outside of Sarasota and Florida.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to be considered
2-4 years of development experience using Ruby on Rails
Experience with agile development process
Experience with test driven development process
Ability to write efficient queries and optimize database-intensive application
In-depth experience developing numerous web-based applications
Must be able to understand and use development frameworks
Must be able to work as part of a team
Strong understanding of object-oriented programming concepts
The ability to communicate to all levels of users (internal and external), strong problem solving skills, adaptable, proactive, and willing to take ownership
Strong commitment to quality, architecture, and documentation
Must have exceptional work ethic
Strong portfolio which demonstrates superior understanding of current coding practices