BERLIN / (Senior) Full-stack Ruby Developer (f/m) / askCharlie GmbH

BERLIN / (Senior) Full-stack Ruby Developer (f/m) / askCharlie GmbH
07.10.15
askCharlie GmbH
Berlin
E-mail to career@askcharlie.com


askCharlie is a young and dynamic start-up company in the heart of Berlin. Our aim is to revolutionize the search for local service suppliers. Gone are the days when one had to comb through countless entries on the Internet or work one’s way through the Yellow Pages. Simply describe your project for free on askCharlie.de and we will find the bestfitting service supplier for you. We not only help our customers to achieve their goals but also support our partners in finding new clients.

As a team we want to achieve great goals and that’s why we want you to join: (Senior) Full-stack Ruby Developer (f/m)

Your responsibilities

• Conceptualize and develop projects and features to amaze our customers • Work hand in hand with our strong team with experienced professionals • Find creative solutions for various challenges and work self-responsible

Your profile

• Experienced and junior developers are welcome • Full stack developer capability. Please tell us if you consider yourself more a frontend or backend developer • Skills of professional software engineering (algorithm, agile development, data structure, design patterns) • Familiar with agile development methods • Eager to work in multidisciplinary team with close collaboration to design and product management team • Fluent in English

Our offer

• Work in a dynamic and experienced team of serial entrepreneurs and internet professionals • Take full responsibility from day 1, a steep learning curve is guaranteed • Flexible working hours and competitive compensation • Technology stack: Ruby, Rails, Elixir, PHP and whatever we need to solve the problem • Concepts: CleanCode, Service Oriented Architecture (aka. MicroServices), Test- and Data-Driven, CI & CD

Interested in becoming part of the askCharlie family? Don’t hesitate and send your CV to career@askcharlie.com.

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