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8 Ruby and Rails Jobs for May 2010

By Peter Cooper / May 13, 2010

Need a new Ruby or Rails job? They're getting posted daily on jobs.rubynow.com but we've got 8 special ones of our own that have come in via the Ruby Inside jobs board. Jobs this month come from the United Kingdom and the US and, as is proving typical, are Rails heavy.

Ruby on Rails Developer (San Francisco, California)

SideReel is a fast-growing Web site with millions of users that aims to be the center of the online TV world! They are looking for an experienced Ruby on Rails software engineer to help build a community-based site focused on helping people find entertainment online. You'll need jQuery, Rails, Memcache, RSpec, CSS, and Cucumber skills. Learn more.

Web Application Engineering (San Francisco, California)

Singlefeed is a leading company in the field of data feed optimization and management, venture backed, and, they say, "just about profitable!" They're looking for a degree-educated Comp Sci graduate (or equivalent) with strong Rails experience. Some Perl experience would also be a bonus as they are migrating from an old codebase. Learn more.

Rails Developer (Chicago, Illinois)

Northwestern University is a private research university located in Illinois. They're looking for a Rails developer to join their diverse team of developers supporting clinical research at the Robert H Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center. Learn more.

Senior Application Developer (Denver, Colorado)

Factory Design Labs is a Denver based full-service advertising agency whose clients include Audi and The North Face. They're looking for a senior Ruby developer who's experienced with testing and juggling multiple development requests simultaneously. Learn more.

Junior/Intermediate Ruby on Rails Developer (Chicago, Illinois)

The Killswitch Collective is a full-service creative agency based in Chicago. They're looking for experienced open source developers with MySQL and Rails skills. Learn more.

Senior Rails Developer (Park City, Utah)

Gravit is a web service focused on bringing traditional media into the 21st century. They are looking for an experienced Ruby on Rails developer to assist with the design and development of a Web application that supports heavy traffic. They use Agile/Scrum methodologies. Learn more.

Part-time telecommuting position for a non-profit

This one comes via e-mail:

Gardens for Growing is a unique concept in online fundraising - a virtual community garden where every flower planted helps to improve the lives of abused, neglected, and economically disadvantaged children across America. We need a skilled programmer to maintain the web site and take it to the next level. The ideal candidate will have completed several significant projects in Ruby on Rails and will be fluent in HTML and CSS. Expert JavaScript skills including object-oriented design and implementation are a must. We also strongly value interest in the non-profit sector and especially initiative, self-motivation, and creativity. We want someone not just to implement features but to envision where the site could go - and take it there.

It's a remote position/telecommute. And the contact person is Hershel Sarbin, email at hsarbin at gmail.com

3 month contract in Slough, Berkshire, UK

There's a £300 per day 3 month contract in Slough, UK (just west of London) going, where you could be joining a large team of midweight/senior Rails developers. Call Rhys Evans on 020 7469 0829 or e-mail at rhys.rubywork /at/ googlemail.com

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Comments

  1. Not From Labour says:

    Scandalous and bigoted picture associated with this post!

  2. Beatriz A. Arnaez says:

    We also strongly value interest in the non-profit sector and especially initiative, self-motivation, and creativity. We want someone not just to implement features but to envision where the site could go - and take it there.

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