Do you like using recruiters to find jobs or hire?
We donâ€™t like it either.
WorkBeast has created a business model that uses technology to change
how people hire, and vastly improves the process. Consultants will
earn more money through our site. Companies will find better people,
easier, faster and cheaper. Most importantly we eliminate the need for
recruiters entirely. We are currently looking to hire our first full
time programmer. The successful candidate will pair with our
consulting team in Jacksonville (http://www.hashrocket.com) for a
month or two to get up speed on the project, and then drive
development from our headquarters in Miami, FL. We plan on going live
in the first quarter of 2010. You will be required to collaborate
directly with the business owner, take those ideas and turn them into
working code. You will be the go to technology superstar on our team.
You will be responsible for making sure the site runs correctly and
for rolling out new releases. You will work on all layers of our web
application, from front-end CSS to backend domain layer development.
You must be able to troubleshoot and resolve complicated technical
issues related to functionality, performance, and security. 100K+ for
the right person. Compensation package will be customized to meet your
needs. Send your resume and code samples to [email protected]
Real-world experience building consumer-facing applications with Ruby
Knowledge of MySQL and relational database design
Knowledge of Git
Comfortable in a Linux environment
Great problem solving and troubleshooting skill
Experience testing for the web (BDD using RSpec and webrat is a plus)
Up on the latest trends & plug ins
Collaborates with non-technical colleagues to define user interaction,
functionality and system requirements
Coding is your craft and you take pride in every line!
Nice to have:
Experience with HAML and SASS
Familiarity with Agile software development practices.
Experience developing for mobile or handheld platforms is a plus, such
as Objective-C and Cocoa Touch