ESPN looking for Rails Developer

We are currently looking for a Sr. Web developer who has Ruby on Rails
experience. If you are interested please apply online at
http://www.espn.com/joinourteam http://www.espn.com/joinourteam req

136107. If you know anyone that might be interested please feel free

to pass this information on.

Dept - ESPN Digital Media

Title - Sr Web D.

JOB ID: 136107

Location: Los A.

Job Responsibilities

The ESPN Digital Media Community Product Development team is
responsible for developing the digital products that support ESPN’s
Community Strategy. The Sr Web D. is responsible for the
design, development, testing, implementation, scalability and
deployment of Ruby on Rails-based applications to support the
Community Product Development initiatives. These applications provide
functionality for many of the most successful and highest profile
sports-related features on the web.

Responsibilities

  •      Design, develop, test, implement, scale and deploy new Ruby
    

on Rails based applications.

  •      Develop new features and functionality for existing
    

applications.

  •      Support the existing Community infrastructure and
    

applications.

  •      Provide support to entire team by developing functionality
    

needed to create new web applications and features.

  •      Identify areas that require improvement and recommend/
    

implement solutions.

Required Qualifications

  •      Degree in Computer Science or related field, and/or
    

equivalent work experience.

  •      At least 3 years of related experience with 2+ years
    

experience with Ruby on Rails and web applications

  •      Demonstrated experience developing in a RoR environment
    
  •      Proficiency in a MySQL, SQL Server or Oracle database
    

technology

  •      Experience working in a virtualized environment such as
    

Amazon’s EC2 would be a plus

  •      Understanding of multi-tier web architectures, and OO
    

design patterns and concepts.

  •      Demonstrated ability

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