Posterous: Rails Developer

Posted by | February 17, 2011 | Web Pro Job Tips

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Location: San Francisco, CA

URL: http://posterous.com

We’re looking for truly talented and passionate Ruby on Rails engineers who love building great products for millions of people. You’re not afraid to tackle any problem that may be in your way. We ship features fast and furious, and are looking for people who can thrive in an independent startup environment.
Here’s what makes Posterous extra special: Everyone does everything, from coding, to product design, to scaling, to customer support. We’re a small team that wants to stay a small team. We don’t do meetings, and we don’t do BS facetime, and we don’t care about titles. It’s all about building great software that delights users.
Requirements:
  • One year or more of experience developing Ruby on Rails
  • Full stack experience — backend, frontend, you know no boundaries
  • Strong passion for product: You are opinionated about how software should work
  • Strong mastery of writing SQL for high performance (Experience with NoSQL solutions like MongoDB, CouchDB and Cassandra a big plus)
Posterous is an angel and VC-funded software startup in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission district. We’re in a beautiful 3500-sq ft loft space with panoramic views of the city. We provide all the soda, juice, or beer you can drink, and any snacks you can think of, all in a laid back and flexible workspace.
Compensation includes competitive salary, generous equity compensation plan, and benefits. More info about Posterous is at http://posterous.com/jobs

    To apply: To apply, visit http://posterous.theresumator.com and tell us why you’d be a great fit for Posterous. Posterous users wanted. If you haven’t tried it yet, please do, we know you’ll love it. If you love it already, then what are you waiting for? Apply.

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