Mid/Senior Ruby Engineer
SALARY: 3.700- 5.800$/ month
Code & Pepper is a financial software development company from Poland born out of passion for impactful software that paves the way to success for future FinTech innovators. With the right customer insights and software solutions, you can change the way money affects people and businesses.
Who you are going to work for ?
Patchwork is an award-winning digital healthcare solution that was built by doctors, for doctors in the UK. The solution is revolutionising flexible working in the National Health Service and is helping healthcare organisations save millions by connecting them to an increasing number of flexible bank workers.
What you will be responsible for?
-You will cooperate with Ruby Engineers (from C&P and Patchwork) who are passionate about writing high-quality, scalable code and who are bringing the products into the next phase of development
-Join an experienced team where team members share knowledge freely and work collaboratively amongst a diverse team of talented engineers and really know how to build and deliver the best solution possible
Who we are looking for?
-Good knowledge of Ruby and Ruby on Rails
-Experience with databases systems (especially MySQL)
-Good knowledge of GraphQL
-Working knowledge of Docker
-Experience with CI/CD (e.g. Bitrise)
-Basic knowledge of using automated testing frameworks such as Cypress
-Experience with AppSignal + Rollbar
-Confidence in refactoring and working with both new and existing codebases
-Familiarity with deploying and managing applications on the cloud
-A strong and flexible work ethic
-Excellent communication skills
-English speaking skills
What we offer?
-Possibility to work remotely (permanently – not only during the pandemic)
-The project in which we are building products with scalability, resilience and security in mind
-Impact on the whole codebase (peer reviews)
-Working closely with both QA & Product to ensure the delivery of well-tested and thought-out features
-Working in Agile methodology (SCRUM)
-26 days of paid holidays per year (+ additionally paid bank holidays)
-30 days sick leave per year (paid 80%)
-Flexible working hours
-Taking part in development-related events (conferences, trainings)
-Several online-training platforms access
-2 days per year for self-development