Case Commons: Agile Ruby Developer
Location: New York, NY
the child welfare system with innovative technology that can help the most
vulnerable families and children – that’s our mission at Case Commons.
can play a big part in transforming public sector human services by helping us
take our Casebook™ case management system from pilot to platform, enabling case
workers to use modern social networking technologies to track cases better, see
the connections among the various people and agencies involved cases, be more
effective and efficient, and improve the quality of life for families and
contribution will play out on a huge stage. Casebook is being used by a growing
number of private and public child welfare agencies and many policymakers
believe that Casebook can become the integration portal for additional
government services, including health, education and human services.
that’s good for the soul,
If you want to be a founding member of an internal development team,
If you want to work on a project that is going to improve the lives of children
If you want to be on the leading edge of applying web 2.0 and social media
technology to solving human service problems,
you want to partner and pair with one of the best (the best?) rails development
If you are serious about Rails development,
If you never worked with Ruby but believe there is no other way to code but
TDD, pairing and aggressive refactoring?
want to talk to you.
Developing Ruby on
Work in partnership
with Pivotal Labs
Work in partnership
Located in downtown
services through technology. Case Commons enables workers serving the most
vulnerable families and children to be more effective and efficient via new
software tools. Casebook™, Case Commons’ marquee technology, is a
collaborative, family-centered case management system that leverages the
capabilities inherent in social networking technology for the public sector
child welfare segment. A growing number of policymakers believe that Casebook™
can be a citizen portal for government services, including health, education
and human services. Case Commons is funded by the $2.5 billion Annie E. Casey
Foundation, which has spent 20 years pursuing human services system reform;
since 2007 AECF has been building Casebook in partnership with Tipping Point
Partners and Pivotal Labs.
To apply: Please send cover letter and resume to: email@example.com in our downtown Manhattan office.
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