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Senior Software Engineer - Ruby on Rails
Ref No.: 17-03631
Location: Carpinteria, California
Pay Rate : $ 120,000.00 - 150,000.00 /Hour
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Senior Software Engineer – Ruby on Rails
Location: Santa Barbara County, CA
Duration: Direct
Compensation: $120,000 - $150,000 DOE

We are on the hunt for knowledgeable Senior Ruby on Rails Engineer with leadership qualities to work on a direct basis for a client of ours in the Santa Barbara County Area, CA. In this position you will be working on the entire tech stack (from low-level database operations to front end development) for a large cloud-based enterprise application. You will be working with all departments from sales, account management, support, and product; with a strong emphasis on the ability to speak with clients to understand user needs. Primary responsibilities day-to-day will include translating UX designs into fully functional applications; making architectural design decisions that improve scalability & performance; building products that meet the customer's needs; exercising code reviews & providing constructive feedback; effectively collaborating with Product, QA, UX, and other internal groups (both technical and non-technical); and mentoring junior engineers. This is a very exciting opportunity to work with a company who puts people first – both their employees and their customer's. Competitive salary, excellent benefits, full relocation (if necessary) and an awesome work environment!!!

  • 5+ years' experience in Ruby on Rails, or similar technologies
  • Experience in working with asynchronous requests in large scale applications
  • Experienced in Agile development and TDD
  • Knowledgeable in SQL (PostgreSQL)
  • Experience in working and developing RESTful APIs
  • Familiarity with Linux, AWS (EC2, S3, etc.) HTML, and CSS
  • Understanding of a typical web development lifecycle including: development, testing, staging, deploying, and monitoring
  • Experience with JavaScript libraries, preferably React.js
  • Collaboration and contribution to open source