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5 Ruby / Rails Jobs for January 2009

By Peter Cooper / January 11, 2009

Looking for a job where you can work on Ruby and Rails apps? You're in the right place! Recently we've had several Rails-focused positions added to the Ruby jobs board. Alternatively, if you're a company looking to hire Ruby and Rails developers and you're in the US, head over to the job board too - it costs $150 for 60 days of exposure, and your jobs get featured in a post like this too!

This month's interesting opportunities:

hewitt.pngRuby / Ruby on Rails Programmers (Toronto, Canada): Hewitt Associates - a human resources outsourcing and consulting company - is looking for a Toronto, Ontario based Ruby and Rails developer who will develop and maintain new and existing business applications. As well as proficiency with both Ruby and Rails, experience with SQL, Microsoft Access and Excel is required.

videopros.png Ruby on Rails Badass (Denver, Colorado): is a Denver-based startup that provides video services to everyone. They're a progressive company (complete with office ping-pong games) and are looking for someone who "doesn't mind rolling up their sleeves, getting a little dirty and enjoying one helluva good ride." You'll need good experience with Rails, naturally, and be ready to use Git, Linux, MySQL, XML and work in an Agile environment off the bat.


Web Application Developer (Los Angeles, CA): CitrusByte is a Los Angeles-based Rails development shop. They're looking for a Rails developing team player with experience over the whole life of developing a Web app. You'll be happy working with cutting edge technologies and need to be ultimately pragmatic. Click here to apply or learn more.


Remote Worker for Rails Operations & Bug Fixing (San Francisco, CA): Bolt | Peters is a cognitive science research and design firm based in San Francisco. They're looking for a mature, experienced Rails professional who can get up to speed with a moderately sized Rails application in order to provide bug fixes, operational support, and develop minor new features for the app. You need to be able to work during Californian office hours. Click here to apply or learn more.


Interactive Application Developer (San Francisco, CA): WestEd is a non-profit research, development and service agency with a focus in the educational market. They've been ranked in the top 100 places to work in the Bay Area. They're looking for true problem solvers who are comfortable with UNIX-like environments, Ruby, Rails, databases, and HTML. Click here to apply or learn more.

Still looking for a job? There are even more over at RubyNow's jobs section and on the 37signals Job Board! If you're looking for a job in the UK or Europe, you might consider contacting Ruby People.

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