Concorida Publishing House: Web Application Developer

Posted by | September 16, 2011 | Web Pro Job Tips

Location: St. Louis, MO


Concordia Publishing House, the publishing arm of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod has an opportunity for a Web Application Developer.  This position will work with Ruby/Ruby on Rails to create and maintain new and existing web applications.  Specific responsibilities include:
·        Collaborate with team members.
·        Incubate new ideas.
·        Participate in the requirements-gathering process.
·        Mock-up user interfaces.
·        Design and write high quality code and supporting unit tests.
·        Debug problematic code and other system configuration issues.
One to two years of experience writing web applications, B.S. in Computer Science or Information Technology, and experience working with relational databases is required.  Familiarity with Ruby/Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, SQL, and CSS is strongly preferred.
Concordia Publishing House has been certified as a 2011 Best Christian Workplace by the Best Christian Workplaces Institute (BCWI). We offer competitive pay and a comprehensive benefits package featuring medical, dental, prescription drug, and vision care benefits; disability and survivor benefits; accidental death insurance programs; a company provided retirement plan and an optional 403(b) retirement plan featuring a company match of your contributions. Many other benefits are provided to CPH employees including free parking, business casual dress code, bookstore discount, tuition reimbursement programs, and a friendly, team-oriented work environment with a management culture that solicits and recognizes employees for their ideas on opportunities to continually improve the company and our service to our customers. We are looking for the best candidates to share in our vision.

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