Lead Ruby/RoR Software Engineer
At Forestry, we’re helping people build a better web. Our Lead Software Engineer’s mission is to help build a CMS for the next era of the web. If you’re aligned with our mission, enjoy solving complex problems, and like shipping features with a cross-functional team, this could be the perfect role for you.
We strive to create a workplace that enables mastery, autonomy, and purpose (from Daniel Pink’s work).
This is a remote role.
What You’ll Do
- Technical leadership tasks such as mentoring and code reviews
- Design, build, and maintain efficient, reusable, reliable, and well tested Ruby code
- Design and build database schemas and improvements
- Identify bottlenecks and bugs, and suggest and implement solutions to these problems
- Help maintain code quality, organization and automatization
To Be Successful In This Role, You’ll
- have a minimum of 5 years experience building and designing Rails applications
- be driven by solving hard problems and taking ownership over development tasks
- take initiative and suggest solutions and improvements
- understand test driven development
- be proficient in the English language, both written and verbal
Extra consideration will be given for candidates that:
- have experience with static site generators
- have experience with GraphQL backends
- have a passion for the solving the needs of our users
Helping people build a better web.
Forestry.io is creating a Git-backed content management system (CMS) focused on the JAMstack. We’re passionate about the web and value quality engineering and design. Our HQ is located in Canada, and we have a remote-friendly culture with over 50% of our team working from around the world. We’re looking for people who want to join us in building a truly world-class company and CMS.
Each job posting has a list of things that we think will help the candidate be successful. You don’t need to be a “rockstar” at everything on day 1. In fact, humility, initiative & positive attitude are more important and we’re willing to help you acquire skills that you may be lacking. Keep that in mind when considering whether to apply.
We invite interested candidates to contact firstname.lastname@example.org and include your:
- Cover Letter
- Include why you’re interested in working specifically with Forestry
- LinkedIn or other relevant social accounts that describe your professional experience
- Links to your personal website, blog or portfolios, if available and applicable