Project/Job: Ruby on Rails - Denver, CO

Kforce is currently seeking a Ruby on Rails Web D. project in
downtown Denver. The client is open to perm employee or consultants.
POSITION OVERVIEW: Develop Ruby on Rails applications to extend existing
platform for client’s public facing website.
Environment: Mac OS X with deployment on Linux servers.
RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Implement software as needed to accomplish features for client site

  2. Conduct unit testing as needed to ensure quality is high.

  3. Participate in code reviews of own and other engineer’s work.

  4. Support of existing Ruby on Rails software.
    PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
    *Experience in producing software for a live website.
    *MUST: 1 year Ruby on Rails experience
    *MUST: Experience with relational database? MySQL or PostgreSQL
    preferred.
    *Focused on delivering high quality, high value code.
    PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS
    *Solid team player.
    *Capable of operating in an agile setting with XP experience a plus.
    *Self starter and owner of assignments.
    *Timely, professional behavior.

Chris Isaac

Sr. Recruiter

Kforce Technology Staffing

7730 E. Belleview Ave. Suite 302

Greenwood Village, CO 80111

888.883.1936 ext 4604

303.804.4604

303.773.8201 fax

www.kforce.com http://www.kforce.com/

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Hello Chris,

What is the pay range for this position? Also, would telecommuting be an
option? I’ve been considering a move to the Denver area but won’t be
able to for several months.

Best,

Gabriel Cooper.

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