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Fullstack Developer - Ruby on Rails

Propeller Tech
Bath, UK
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17 Dec 2020

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Fullstack Developer

Bath - remote

Salary up to £40,000

At Propeller-tech, we love working with startups and particularly those that are a) at an early stage of exciting growth and b) are building tech for good.

Our client is based in the South West, commutable to Bath and we now need to hire a Fullstack developer with strong Ruby on Rails skills to continue building on their platform, implementing changes based on the expansive roadmap, user feedback and data driven requirements.

As a developer you will need to have:

* Experience in web development, ideally demonstrating strength with Ruby on Rails and JS technologies.

* As a fullstack developer you will have frontend skills such as React, Angular, Vue.

* The ability to work with a remote team would be a huge advantage as is use of Git and Github, pair programming.

* If you have worked in a startup environment previously this would also be of interest as you will be used to working in a fast paced and fast changing tech team.

* Experience of good user design where you can demonstrate having built interfaces with the user at the forefront of design

* Additional beneficial skills would include wire-framing and planning using interface workflows. Also, testing frameworks and exposure to continuous integration and delivery

* Tech stack currently used includes: Rails, PostgreSQL, Stimulus, Vue, Sidekiq, ElasticSearch, Stripe, Heroku and AWS so any prior knowledge or experience of any of these would be a bonus.

* API integration

What is on offer?

Join a ground-breaking start up at the beginning! A competitive salary, flexible and remote working, 33 days holiday, pension
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