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Browse 4+ Remote Engineer Ror Jobs in January 2021 at companies like Silverfin, Empire Flippers and Cofense working as a ROR Software Engineer IV, Ruby on Rails Engineer or Senior Ruby Engineer. Last post

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If you’re any good at Ruby, this is probably not the first job ad you’ve seen, so we’ve done our best to stand out while also accurately presenting what we’re all about. If it sounds like you would enjoy working with us, don’t hesitate to apply or drop us a line with questions on [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]).\n\nAhum. Here it comes.\n\n\n### What’s a Silverfin?\n\nAt Silverfin we’re trying to apply the promise of software to the age-old industry of accounting. With our SaaS we’re automating a large chunk of the busy-work that accountants are currently handling manually, and are building new tools so they can provide better services to their customers. We aim to optimize their workflow in such a way that accountants can spend more time on the much more impactful and rewarding work of advising their customers, the business owners.\n\nThe good news is we’re succeeding in doing exactly that. Every day more than 15.000 financial service professionals use Silverfin to help and advise more than 200.000 businesses. Our customers adore us! The even better news is there’s still plenty left to work on, and that’s where we hope you come in.\n\n\n\n### What makes the engineering team at Silverfin special?\n\nWe’re a remote-first engineering team of 25 people distributed in 14 different countries. A priority for us is maintaining proper work-life balance. We avoid meetings as much as possible, accept deadlines only when absolutely necessary, and never expect anyone to work longer hours than they’ve signed up for. A day in our working lives is pretty boring in this regard, and we feel that’s exactly how it should be.\n\nWorking with us means you can be flexible with your schedule. It’s OK to disappear for a few hours in the middle of the day to run some errands, get a haircut, pick up the kids — whatever reason, you don’t need to explain yourself. You also fully decide when you take time off: our team is sufficiently varied and well organized that there are always enough people around to handle the load, and in the rare cases it’s not, we will decrease the load instead of asking people to move their holiday.\n\nBeing remote-first means we favor asynchronous communication. We don’t shy away from chatting in Slack, but the important decisions or discussions are done in Gitlab issues, over email, or in our wiki, so there’s a written, persisted record. We’re mindful of maintaining long chunks of focussed time, which means we avoid @-mentions or PMs on Slack, and other triggers and interrupts. We encourage using Slack’s DnD function, especially when you’re not working!\n\nWe’d be really happy to welcome you in our #dev channel, but it’s not just virtual: we make sure we regularly get to see each other in real life too. Twice a year we fly the whole engineering team together to a different location in Europe, and at least once a year we join up with the rest of the company so we can spend some time together with the other departments.\n\n\n\n### What does working at Silverfin look like?\n\nWe work in nimble teams around 5 people in size, with each team taking ownership of a specific set of features of the application. Teams are responsible for a full slice across the stack, so both the backend as well as the frontend of each part is maintained by the same people.\n\nYou’ll be supported by our UI designer who develops and maintains HTML and CSS components into a reusable UI-framework, and even builds Vue.js prototypes where necessary, handling compatibility problems with different browsers for you, and making sure everything is responsive as well.\n\nOur ops team ensures things run smoothly, deploys happen correctly, and will work with you when issues should arise. We’re enthusiastic followers of the devops mindset, which means ops and developers work together to solve problems, and empower each-other to be self-sufficient, instead of throwing problems over the wall to the “other side”.\n\nOur stack is Vue.js and vanilla JS with a sprinkling of jQuery on the frontend and an up-to-date Rails monolith on the backend. We use PostgreSQL and Redis for persistence and caching, and everything is running on a Kubernetes cluster in Google Cloud. Our daily tools include GitLab, Quip and Slack, with Zoom as our remote conferencing tool of choice.\n\nNo code gets deployed without a code-review by a peer and testing is a must. Our pipeline automates deployment when the suite is green, and deploys happen dozens of times a day. Each team is currently doing Kanban, but they’re free to follow whatever process suits them best. There are regular retros held to work towards continuous improvement.\n\nSoftware for accountants is not considered to be very exciting, but we have our fair share of technical challenges. To give you a sense of scale: our database exceeds 7TB, and our largest table recently crossed the 10 billion row mark. We interface with more than 30 different external APIs, and provide third parties an API of our own.\n\n*: Our ops team noted that this actually isn’t that hard to achieve if you’re just indexing everything, but it still sounds impressive, right?\n\n\n\n### What does your future look like?\n\nPersonal growth is key to staying motivated. At Silverfin you don’t need to move to management in order to get promoted. We see the individual contributor track and the management track as two different growth paths which every engineer can follow and switch between. You can be promoted, including pay raises, as a contributor just like as a manager.\n\nEveryone has a €1000 yearly budget to spend on conferences, courses, workshops or other training to improve their skills and level up. This also includes accommodation, travel costs. If the conference is on a workday you’ll get paid like any normal day. Silverfin colleagues regularly visit conferences across the world. Are you going to Euruko this year? Come say hi!\n\nWe’re looking to hire a lot of new colleagues, and by the end of the year we’d like to have a couple of more teams. Each new team would also need a new teamlead, and we prefer to promote from within the engineering team. This means if you’d like to step onto the management track, there will be plenty of opportunities to do so in the near future. We pro-actively keep track of who would be interested, and provide feedback and learning opportunities to work towards such a goal.\n\n\n\n### What are we looking for?\n\n* You’re experienced in both Ruby and Rails, and also understand where the boundaries lie between them. You can code in Ruby without any of Rails’ training wheels if necessary.\n* You’re up for mentoring coworkers and can give in-depth, productive feedback during code reviews. While you appreciate the small stuff, you recognize bikeshedding and can avoid its pitfalls.\n* You code with reason and can justify the important decisions you made during development.\n* You can communicate clearly in English, both written and verbally.\n* You know and can apply best practices when relevant. That means the usual like version control, testing, and refactoring; but also higher level concepts such as good object oriented design.\n* You're aware of the trade-offs involved in proper engineering and can make balanced business decisions, keeping in mind all the stakeholders of the project.\n* You’ve got opinions on code design and you can discuss them, but you’re professional enough to not let those opinions get in the way of a consensus if necessary.\n\n\n\n### What can we offer you?\n\n* Actual, proper work-life balance\n* A salary range of €60.000 - €100.000 a year\n* Choose your own working hours and work 100% remotely\n* Personal growth training and opportunities\n* Join a distributed remote-first engineering team with 25 colleagues in 14 different countries\n* A refreshing work environment with professional, friendly and welcoming colleagues\n* A €1000 yearly budget for conferences, courses, workshops or other expenses that will improve your skills\n\n\n\n### Requirements\n\n* You have at least 4 years of experience working with Ruby, or 2 years of experience with Ruby and 4 years in one or more other programming language.\n* You get Rails\n* Your work hours have some overlap with EU business hours (we require your local timezone to be within CET +/- 3h)\n\n\n### Nice to have’s\n\nThese would be nice but are definitely not necessary. Don’t worry if none of the following applies to you.\n\n* Experience as a remote worker in a fully remote team\n* Experience with Javascript (ES6) and frontend frameworks\n* Experience working with large datasets and the problems they bring\n* Experience in Fintech\n* Accounting knowledge \n\n#Salary\n$74,000 — $123,000\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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# How do you apply?\n\n * Want to know what to expect? Read about what our [interviewing process](https://engineering.silverfin.com/engineering-interview-process/) looks like\n* Feel free to contact us with any questions on [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
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Empire Flippers


Ruby on Rails Engineer

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Ruby on Rails Engineer


Empire Flippers


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The Ruby on Rails Engineer position is vital to the success of our company.\n\nYou’ll use your initiative in implementing API’s and integrations to address our business needs along with the rest of the engineering team. Both our clients and staff will be using the software you write. Our small and close knit engineering team currently consists of a UX specialist, 2 frontend engineers, one backend engineer, one WordPress engineer and several QA specialists. You’ll work closely with the team to implement solutions for all departments within Empire Flippers, be it compliance, customer support, sales and migrations. You’ll work closely with the frontend and WordPress engineers to ensure features are implemented correctly to the highest standard, and you’ll work closely with one more backend engineer to ensure scalability, speed, code cleanliness and readability.\n\nThe feature set will have already been decided on – it’s your responsibility to plough ahead with the implementation and to ensure the user experience is elevated to unprecedented levels and ultimately, close more deals.\n\n# Responsibilities\n We believe in hiring people that are a good fit for us culturally.\n\nA good fit is actually more important to us than the skill set since we will teach you everything you need to know.\n\nYou should have a few good years of experience under your belt, having implemented some complex, data driven applications. Your portfolio speaks louder than your words.\n\nYou should be a ninja with every component of our tech stack. You must have a complete working knowledge of RoR in API mode, SQL, Postgres, Sidekiq, Rspec, Git, Redis.\n\nExperience working with a wide range of 3rd party integrations. Our platform talks to many 3rd party applications, you should have experience building and maintaining such integrations in a test driven fashion.\n\nDev-ops/sysadmin skills. Experience with managing servers, maintaining hosting environments, being responsible for uptime and responsiveness, addressing bottlenecks, ensuring backups are kept safe and sound.\n\nYou need to have immaculate attention to detail. We need to hear you grunting and moaning if something doesn’t quite look or feel right, to the nearest code change and to the nearest hexadecimal color, to the point you become annoying to us. At times other developers may edit your code, you’ll be watching to ensure the code base remains readable, scalable and fast.\n\nBe a good communicator. It sounds very cliché, but you’ll immerse yourself in almost every department, you’ll be learning problems and presenting solutions, and also overseeing the implementation of those solutions too.\n\nA self-starter. We need to see some evidence that you’re able to get up every morning, bite the bullet and just get on with it, even if you’ve tried four coffee shops and none have decent wifi. You won’t have eyes looking over your shoulder on a day to day basis, you’ll be working in almost full autonomy, we’ll need to trust you to deliver the goods. We don’t believe in micro-management.\n\nThe following skills/experience would be a bonus, but not required:\n\nReact. Our client code is written in React. Being able to navigate the front-end code and patch things up would be a huge bonus.\n\nPHP/WordPress. We will be interfacing with WordPress significantly, being able to speak the same language would be great.\n\nDatabases. A comprehensive experience working with various types of SQL and noSQL databases would be very useful. MySQL, Postgres, DynamoDB, Cassandra, to name a few.\n\nCaching. The software we’re building needs to be fast and to remain fast as we scale, both in terms of traffic and database size. Having experience with Memcached, Redis, Varnish or experience with complicated CDN setups with many rules would be a plus. \n\n# Requirements\nHere is the sequence of events we use when hiring our Rails Engineer:\n\nYou record a YouTube video* explaining who you are and why you’re a good fit for the position, fill out an application, and submit it ASAP.\nThe deadline is the 1st of May 2019.\nWe review submissions and schedule interviews.\nSecond interviews are conducted, and a final decision is made.\nThe chosen candidate will begin in May. \n\n#Salary\n40-90K DOQ\n


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Cofense


ROR Software Engineer IV

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ROR Software Engineer IV


Cofense


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***This is a full time position working directly for Cofense***\n\nReporting to the Manager of Software Engineering, the Software Engineer IV is responsible for supporting the implementation and maintenance of our products, working as part of a cross-functional team to build new features while maintaining the overall quality of our applications.\n\nAt Cofense, we're searching for amazing engineers to join our team. Our company provides end-to-end cyber-defense solutions that help protect organizations and their employees from the vast and growing threat posed by phishing-related attacks. We're expanding rapidly and looking for talented engineers, like you, that care about building great products that solve big problems.\n\n In this role, you will work as part of a cross-functional team to build new features while maintaining the overall quality of our applications. Working in an agile team environment, you will apply your knowledge and experience to establish standards, ensure code quality, and mentor others. Our approach to software delivery is ambitious, and asks for regular and active participation in defining the "what" and the "how".\n\n As a senior engineer, we'd like to see the following traits from you: technical capability, leadership, and community. For more insight into our thoughts on this topic, please see The Conjoined Triangles of Senior-Level Development [http://frontside.io/blog/2016/07/07/the-conjoined-triangles-of-senior-level-development.html].\n\n# Responsibilities\n * A continuous review of overall test quality, test coverage, and exception reports.\n* Implement new features that emphasize clarity, robustness, and maintainability.\n* Mentor others through pairing, code reviews, and regular knowledge sharing.\n* Establish coding standards, driving best patterns and practices.\n* Assist with planning efforts assessing technical feasibility of new product features.\n* An effective communicator, you will work collaboratively and constructively with others in the team and broader organization.\n* Work with the Principal Engineer to support proper architectural oversight of the product.\n* Rotating on-call duties with other team members.\n* Other duties as assigned. \n \n\nThe above statements are neither intended to be an all-inclusive list of the duties and responsibilities of the job described, nor are they intended to be a listing of all of the skills and abilities required to do the job. Rather, they are intended only to describe the general nature of the job. This job description is not a contract of employment, either express or implied. Employment with Cofense will be voluntarily entered into and your employment is considered at will. Cofense reserves the right to alter the job description at any time without notice.\n\n \n\n# Requirements\nKnowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:\n\n* Deep knowledge of Ruby and Ruby on Rails.\n* A test-centric approach to development, in order to build and deploy with confidence.\n* Comfortable at the command line, and with advanced git features.\n* Longstanding familiarity with the Ruby and Rails communities -- you stay on top of current news and changes to the language and framework landscape.\n* Good understanding of application security and common vulnerabilities as expressed by the OWASP Top 10.\n \n\nEducation and/or Additional Experience:\n\n* Production experience in another language beyond Ruby and JavaScript, perhaps Elixir or Go\n* At least 2+ years of recent production experience developing and deploying large-scale Rails applications.\n* Experience in front-end development with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.\n* Experience with relational databases and SQL outside of ORMs like ActiveRecord.\n* At least 8+ years of professional experience in software engineering preferred.\n* Have participated in an organization using an Agile-based approach to software delivery\n* Experience in a multi-team organization and can articulate the strategies, tools, and methods in support of an SOA approach to software .\n* Bachelor’s degree preferred\n* Have taken part in building a software appliance or on-premise solution.


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Helpjuice


Full Stack Ruby On Rails Developer Growing SaaS Company

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Full Stack Ruby On Rails Developer Growing SaaS Company


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Helpjuice is a SaaS product with large Enterprise customers such as Hertz, US Government, Nginx and others. We help many companies with their help center / knowledge base via our product: Helpjuice.com\nWe're a smaller, yet growing software company, where everyone wears multiple hats. It's a team of excellent people, who are all willing to help each other, because it's the way we work / our culture.\nWe're currently seeking a Senior Rails developer, with great English, and even better Rails skills. You should be really good with English -- almost excellent! :-)\nHere's what we're looking for:\n- Great English. Seriously, don't waste your time if your English isn't good enough to write/read/talk with it daily, with all of our team.\n- Really good in Rails (backend) + Javascript (Frontend). Rails alone won't get you much, and you know that -- thats why you need JS to build high performance fast web apps in 2018..\n- Cool person. We'll be working a lot together, we want you to enjoy it, just like we do!\nHere's what we offer:\n- Well paid salary. We don't monkey around, we pay well if we think you're great.\n- Smart team. Expect to learn...a LOT. Not just in development, but in other areas aswell, as you'll be working w/ other team mates (support, sales, product management)\n- Interesting product to work on. Imagine a product that thousands of businesses rely on, and that's entirely bootstrapped -- Yes, you'll for sure learn a lot, and have fun...and be a bit stressed at times :-)\n- Flexible hours/management. I'm the CEO - and I'm writing this job post. I'm very hands off with my team, because we have a great team -- everyone is great, which is why I can just rely on them to do their job and NOT micromanage. TLDR; It's a fun work environment :-)\nHow To Apply?\nFill out ALL the questions in our application form -- if you don't want to share code samples, we totally get it, but we believe no good developer has 0 public repos on their Github (you may argue with us, but this is our policy).


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