Rails Engineer

Ruby Bird

This is an opportunity to create services that will define the Media Web. You will participate in all phases of development for our Web sites and services from architecture to coding. As a member of our web application team, you will work closely with our product, user experience, desktop application, and network operations teams to define, implement and refine features.

You ideally

  • have been involved with web development for many years
  • appreciate Rails' opinionated approach to development and favor simple designs.
  • can fly with semantic HTML, CSS, JavaScript and AJAX.
  • can sculpt clean database schemas and can peck away at SQL queries when a performance boost is needed
  • are active in the Ruby community
  • are an advocate of test-driven-development and strive to achieve 100% code coverage with your tests

and you get extra worms if

  • you get Git
  • are experienced with dimensional data modeling and statistics
  • you have used Bugzilla
  • you're a music snob

This position reports to the Vice President of Engineering.

Availability

Full-time.

Location

You are preferably located near San Francisco, California.

Compensation and Relocation

Pioneers of the Inevitable, Inc. has created a competitive compensation and equity package. Relocation assistance is designed on a per case basis. In short, we'll be creative to get you here.

Contact

If you have the eggs to join us, please send your resume and a cover letter with the subject "Your name - Rails Engineer - via GetSongbird.com" to jobs@songbirdnest.com. All communication and correspondence is held in the strictest confidence to ensure that you can connect and learn more without exposure.

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