(JOBS) 4-5 Remote U.S. based contractors needed for 2-3 month Ruby on Rails Project

My client is a flourishing, privately owned consultancy that has the
energetic vibe and smart people reminiscent of the dot-coms you may have
started your career at - Razorfish, Scient, iXL, Viant, Molecular, etc.
As such, you might see some familiar faces from these companies when you
visit our offices! Business is great - we’ve been around for 5+ years,
the
company is profitable and revenue has grown 75% over
the past three years! We plan to add 35 people to our team this year
alone.

Culture-wise, this place: culture has a start up energy to it without
the
craziness or uncertainty, as they have a solid infrastructure,
process/methodologies/best practices, and are on firm financial footing.
The space is open to foster a friendly, collaborative environment and
the
decor is complemented by white boards, lots of white boards! They hire
smart people who are passionate about their work.

We need 4-5 contract Ruby on Rails/Groovy developers to help us with a
2-3
month project. You can work on site or remotely.

Start: early June
End: 2-3 months; 40 hrs/week, EST preferred
Remote or on site (cambridge, MA) OK

Must have’s:
Expert knowledge of Ruby on Rails
Experience writing native, cross-browser JS as well as using JS
libraries
SQL, Migrations
Javascript
AJAX

Candidates must be legally eligible to work in the U.S. & reside in the
U.S.
No offshore talent, please.

Interested parties, please submit resume & target hourly rate to:
CarolTaylorRecruits(at)gmail(dot)com

Twitter: TweetzTaylor
Check out my jobs at CarolTaylorRecruits.Blogspot.com
LinkedIn: *http://www.linkedin.com/in/caroltaylorrecruits *

Hi Carol,

I’m interested in this position. I’ll have to update my resume; it’s
grossly out-of-date because I’ve been both off the market for several
years and very busy on long-term projects, but you can still get at
least some idea of my level of experience
http://www.elevated-dev.com/Resume/ right now.

My target rate is $120/hour, billed through my corporation. (Although
it’s just me right now, payroll at times has been as high as 5
employees, and there’s significant income from product sales, and
contracting income from a couple of other sources.)

My standards for “expert” are very very high, so I hesitate to claim
that for Rails–but I have solid experience, and couple of applications
to show what I’ve accomplished with Rails. They both use JavaScript,
JQuery, and AJAX. On the other hand, SQL, particularly PostgreSQL, is
something that I really do feel expert with.

Early June start suits me just about perfectly. Although I’m in
Colorado, eastern time zone is not a big deal because I usually start
work early anyway. (I would prefer 4 x 10-hour days per week–I really
am most productive when I can stay immersed in a single project all day
rather than switching in & out.) I’d obviously want to work remotely,
but some travel for on-site work is not a problem.

If you’d like to discuss this, feel free to contact me at your
convenience.


Scott R.
[email protected]
http://www.elevated-dev.com/
(303) 722-0567 voice

Well, aren’t I just the dullest tool in the shed this morning!

On May 25, 2013, at 8:26 AM, Scott R. wrote:

If you’d like to discuss this, feel free to contact me at your convenience.

My client is a flourishing, privately owned consultancy that has the energetic
vibe and smart people reminiscent of the dot-coms you may have started your career
at - Razorfish, Scient, iXL, Viant, Molecular, etc.

Remote or on site (cambridge, MA) OK

For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/groups/opt_out.


Scott R.
[email protected]
http://www.elevated-dev.com/
(303) 722-0567 voice

Hi Carol,
As a part time i would like to work with you , no charge till you not
get
good code from me :slight_smile:

you can find me here
https://github.com/arvindvyas
http://stackexchange.com/users/1947278/arv
arvalone.wix.com/railsdeveloper

i can update my resume with you if you want me type of people ,
currently i
am working on one social networking site

Thanks
Arvind