RoR Developer

Brief job description

We are looking for a RoR Developer who is dedicated to the craft, writes code that they are proud of, and can hit the ground running.


Responsibility for

  • You focus on driving innovation and best practices.
  • You oversee complex systems with subsystems, internal initiatives, and connect people.
  • Your impact is product-wide. You will work closely with the Product team to transform business ideas into engineering solutions.
  • You develop strategies and solutions for complex problems and plan how to anticipate them.
  • You have explored many ways to approach your craft and collaborate with others.
  • You have experience mentoring more junior teammates and sharing your technical expertise.
  • You are a master of striking the right balance between accruing technical debt to deliver a feature quickly versus improving code readability, correctness, or performance.

Your Skills and Experience

Tech stack:

  • A Ruby on Rails API serving an OpenAPI 3 specified endpoints influenced by the conventions in the JSON: API spec.
  • The Rails API is backed by a Postgres database, a Redis instance, and integrations with third-party data sources.
  • Automated continuous integration and deployment pipelines for the frontend and backend that spin up review applications after they have run the test and build suite.


  • Fluency in English
  • 3+ of professional experience of developing and deploying production software.
  • Proficiency in React v16+. Professional experience in at least one dynamically typed language (JavaScript, Ruby, Python etc).
  • Experience mentoring engineers more junior than you.
  • Experience recruiting great junior engineers.
  • Experience in building with other tech stacks like: GraphQL, Apollo, Typescript

Nice to have:

  • Professional experience at a software startup
  • Proficiency in React v16+ (including Context and Hooks)
  • Expertise in JavaScript or Ruby
  • Experience designing and building APIs

Contact us

Send CV to [email protected]
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