Rails Engineer Spongecell
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Spongecell is a profitable advertising technology company headquartered in NYC with a small engineering team in SF that is looking to expand. Display advertising is growing faster than any other segment of the market, and we do it faster than anyone else at a lower cost. Spongecell is spryly booming with a 3 year growth of over 3,000% and a recent $10 million investment.
About the Role
There is lots of engineering work to do, with some cool technologies like rails 3.2, html5, node.js and redis. We've got internal and external projects, and flexibility for you to settle in at any part of the stack. We look forward to the day when all the content on the web is interactive and need your help to make that happen. Help us get the ad world off flash and into html5.
Our engineers make up an eclectic team including a restaurateur, a martial arts expert, a Starcraft hero, a hard core surfer and snow boarder, and a competitive water skier. We've got a supportive and flexible development environment, know where to get good sushi, and like bacon and beer.
We are seeking junior, mid, and senior level engineers that are passionate about software development and want to work at a small company with exposure to all aspects of application development and maintenance. We would also like to find a lead engineer or architect that enjoys collaboration and can guide us in the right direction.
Like problem solving, are comfortable talking about solutions and are an excellent communicator and a cool person
Have some solid experience with Rails, PHP/ASP/JSP, and/or C++
Are a well-rounded developer with both front and back end development skills
Have object-oriented programming experience
The company offers very competitive pay, equity and benefits package. Right now, we are looking for folks to work out of the San Francisco office, but we do have flexible office hours and meatspace arrangements. If you are interested in learning more we'd love to hear from you.
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THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED