Junior Software Engineer Ruby on Rails (m/f) / SponsorPay GmbH
SponsorPay is the European market leader in the field of virtual currency monetization for online games, social apps, virtual worlds and social networks. We are a rapidly growing, VC-backed startup with headquarters in Berlin and satellite offices in San Francisco, Paris and London.
We are looking for 'smart and get things done' developers who thrive on working in a startup environment.
* Design, develop and maintain an in-game advertising & monetization platform, based on Ruby on Rails
* Work on parts of the SponsorPay product such as our Mobile Offer Wall, Brandengage video platform, Publisher Control Panel, Reporting Cubes, Targeting Algorithm or advertiser/publisher APIs
* Be part of a strong developer team that engineers a well-designed, maintainable and performing technology platform ready to cope with continuously growing traffic and business requirements.
Skills and experience:
* Passion and keen interest in software development.
* Smart. For example, you have a very good university degree in computer science or a similar field.
* 1-3 years' experience building real-world applications or contributions to open source projects
* Significant experience with Ruby on Rails or similar web frameworks (Django, Grails, phpcake)
* Previous work experience in a start-up / agile environment a big plus
* Proactive, goal-oriented approach, self-contained and tenacious working style
What we offer:
* A passionate and experienced Ruby on Rails developer team with natural opportunities to learn and grow your skills
* A working environment in which your contribution can, and will, make the difference
* A fun place to work, located in one of Europe?s most vibrant capitals
We are looking for self-driven individuals. Thus we are interested information/links to any work or projects you have done outside your dayjob (both technical and non-technical). If you are active on sites such as stackoverflow.com, Hacker News, github or twitter, please include your username(s) in your application.