Ruby on Rails Engineer (Remote within US, awesome culture, VC funded)

Founded in 2013 by mechanic-turned-shop owner Carolyn Coquillette, Shop-Ware is the automotive aftermarket’s premier enterprise-grade SaaS platform for auto shop management. The company recently closed their Series-A funding and is in growth mode.

Our software provides cutting edge solutions for the modern repair facility and we’re committed to developing sophisticated tools to help the aftermarket thrive and grow. Shop-Ware (a large Rails, PostgreSQL, sidekiq, Solr, Redis application) harnesses the best technologies available for the internet and mobile devices and puts them to work for independent small businesses. The cloud-based application helps automotive shops find seamless and intuitive solutions to increasing sell-through and customer satisfaction, and allows for huge increases in efficiency and operating profit.


Want to have a direct impact on the customer-facing end product and see your work in production within a week? Join our passionate team who all genuinely enjoy logging into work each day.

We offer a great fully-remote team environment, competitive salary, benefits, vacation, and company paid health/dental/vision insurance.

In this role, you’ll be a part of our Integrations Team (consisting of 3 other Developers, a Lead, a Product Manager, and a QA Engineer) to help develop and manage our third-party APIs, such as Quickbooks and Twilio, and text/email functionality.

Our Engineering Team as a whole consists of 13 Developers, 4 QA Engineers, and 4 Product Managers.

In this role, you’ll:

  • Build and iterate on full stack, highly customized APIs and integrations.
  • Plan and implement integration enhancements.
  • Code in Ruby and Javascript.

Must be very familiar and comfortable with Ruby on Rails and have experience with a modern Javascript framework.
To apply, please shoot your resume over to [email protected] - we look forward to meeting you!

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