Ruby on Rails Developer

Conferize is the world’s biggest social platform for events. We connect the world of events with speakers, people and media from any industry. We help event organizers build communities, websites and mobile experiences to increase the quality and attendance of their events.

We’re looking for several full stack Ruby on Rails developers to strengthen our team.

The ideal 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 healthy mix of Ruby on Rails and AngularJS / CoffeeScript.

Required skills:

  • At least 5 years of Ruby on Rails experience. Either professional, personal projects or open source.
  • Strong understanding of NoSQL (MongoDB) database fundamentals.
  • Basic JavaScript / CSS experience.
  • Good understanding of UNIX and shell scripting.
  • You’re pragmatic but have a high attention to detail.
  • Collaborative, upfront, positive attitude.
  • You should be comfortable working with large systems.
  • You prefer solid long-term solutions rather than quick fixes and hacks.
  • Excellent English communication skills.

Conferize is founded by highly successful serial entrepreneurs and backed by great investors. We’re based in Copenhagen, San Francisco and London. Our core development team is based around Europe working remotely. We accept applications within +/- 1 hour from our main time zone (CET) as our headquarter is in Copenhagen.

We’re super ambitious and very nice to be around :-) We will give you everything you need to do your absolute best and most interesting work ever. We offer a competitive salary and a stake in the company to the right candidate.

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). 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.