Stocksmith is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company based in Ballarat, Victoria. We create online bookkeeping and perpetual inventory software for small batch / handmade manufacturing businesses.
Our product has been used by over 30,000 Etsy, Shopify and Square sellers to calculate their stock levels, COGS, expenses and pricing guidance.
Due to recent growth, we’re looking for a full stack developer to join our company and help us to deliver a number of exciting new features and integrations.
We’re a very small team and everyone pitches in to get the job done, so if you’re equally excited by coding, testing, fixing bugs, speaking to customers, creative problem solving and idea generation then this is the perfect role for you.
It’s essential that you like working in a team. We expect you to have great analytical and communication skills, a positive attitude, curiosity and drive to find solutions to problems, be able to manage your time well and take responsibility for getting things done.
Our technology stack:
Frontend is a combination of vanilla JS and jQuery
Testing done with RSpec, Cucumber and Capybara
MySQL (MariaDB) for our database
Redis for queue management
Sphinx/Manticore for our search
Maintaining production-level Ruby on Rails applications (2+ years)
Working with Redis and MySQL
Writing clear, concise, and performant code
Creating unit and integration tests
Continuously deploying code
Linux server administration
Working productively on a small 100% remote team
Writing SQL queries, beyond abstractions offered by Active Record
Navigating and understanding a large codebase
Technologies other than Ruby and Rails
Writing tests using Rspec and Capybara
Working with 3rd party APIs, integrations and feeds
Working in an agile and/or lean environment
Experience with inventory or accounting software
Most importantly, you should be willing to learn new skills and develop your existing ones
Send your CV, portfolio, Github username and anything else that you feel helps us to get to know you more. (No agents or agencies please!)