We recently launched Hubstaff Tasks, our 2nd product, which is a Kanban project management tool. We are a company that fully embraces remote work. You work when and where you want. We care a lot about our culture, having fun while working hard, and our annual retreats.
You can learn more about this product at https://tasks.hubstaff.com.
Here's a video from our last retreat that shows what it's like to work for Hubstaff. https://hubstaff.wistia.com/medias/9pyt01aemt
We are looking for a senior full-stack engineer who has several years of experience in both React and Ruby on Rails to join our passionate development team and work on our up and coming task management product.
The correct person will take pride in their work, have extreme attention to detail, and be able to get their hands dirty implementing Rails controllers, React components, and doing HTML CSS front-end work.
This position will report to our Tasks team lead and work closely with our other engineers. You’ll be able to work 100% remotely. We are looking for someone that can grow with our team for years to come.
This is a long-term (years, our hope is forever) full-time (40 hrs/wk) 1099 (hourly) contract role. Some of the benefits of working for us is our company-hosted annual retreat, work where you want (cafe, co-working location, your home, anywhere), don't have to ask for permission when you want to take time off, get to dedicate yourself to one project at a time, and have job security and a career path for years to come (we've run the company using positive cash flow from day one and are carefully growing the team and business).
You’ll be a good fit if you:
Are self-disciplined and have a great work ethic
Have good time management skills
Can work until at least 1pm EST M - F
Like having a consistent daily work schedule
Have at least three years of React and five years of Ruby on Rails experience
Front-end Development Requirements:
Highly skilled with HTML CSS
Backend Development Requirements:
Ruby on Rails
Postgres or MySQL
Unit tests (rspec, Jest, etc.)
Background workers (Sidekiq)
Working from design docs/specifications wireframes
Service workers architecture