We are a fast growing startup, building an awesome product. We are looking for full stack Ruby on Rails developers to help shape and take part in the process.
Conferize is on a mission to enable anyone to gather a community, share knowledge and create change. So we’re building a universal and social event solution to help event makers create the biggest impact. Without fuss or big budgets. Why? Because we need to meet.
How we work
At Conferize we strive to cultivate a multicultural environment where work, socializing and personal development go hand in hand. We invest in people who are driven and motivated and believe in changing the status quo. We love creative thinkers and selfstarters, who never wait to be told what to do.
We believe in a flat bottom-up organization of work where culture trumps policy. We have little-to-no ‘middle layer’, as our team work semi-autonomously and leadership is semi-internalized. We’re 100 % product-driven, operating with a zero bug policy and exceptional product design; how things look, how they work and how they’re built.
Like us you’re ambitious and professional, yet nice to be around. You have excellent standards for how you communicate and collaborate. We’ll give you everything you need to do your absolute best, most creative and challenging work – with the least amount of frustration. Oh, and we never outsource development and we don’t work with arbitrary deadlines, because we believe both lead to bad solutions.
Our main office is in Copenhagen and we work with flexible hours. Working remotely is an option if you’re in no more than 1 hour from our main time zone (Central European Time).
We believe in fewer great people than many average.
Special requirements for remote workers
The ideal Ruby on Rails candidate is a pragmatic generalist, has great communication skills and is able to juggle multiple tasks. We would love a fast learner but are right now looking for someone who can hit the ground running. Our stack is currently a mix of Ruby on Rails, Golang, React, Redux, MongoDB, PostgreSQL.
What we offer
How to apply
Sounds interesting? Email Martin Moen Wulffeld with your application and an up-to-date C.V. (a LinkedIn profile will be fine) before Thursday April 27 2017. If you have a GitHub account (or similar) let us know as well. We expect you to be able to show samples of your previous work. Any questions? Just ask.