NYC Ruby Women Message Board › Levo League is Looking for Ruby on Rails Developers
I wanted to pass this lead along. If you aren't familiar with the Levo League, it is a company based in NYC and is very female-forward. There is a position (maybe positionS) open for Ruby on Rails Developers. Right now they have a mostly female team and I know a few people over there, you would be in good company!
Job description below:
We are a funded, and quickly growing startup near Union Square, NYC. We are looking for someone that can help us build out our Ruby on Rails web application. We know that an available Rails developer in New York City is a treasure, and we're excited to meet you!
Our development is test driven, and we fully buy the dogma behind it.
We use Git and Github (also Heroku), so please be well versed.
This position is on location in New York City.
We appreciate those that are a bit crazy about whitespace and style standards.
If you can fly without a jetpack, you are guaranteed an interview.
We prioritize open source and community. We host developer events like hackathons and potlucks. All of us have contributed to one or several FOSS projects. Ask us about our Githubs!!
Skills & Requirements
We are a team of five(+growing) developers with varying backgrounds. Our enviroment prioritizes developer freedom and making the internet a better place. We think the best developers are happy developers, so we want to enable you to live the life you want while having a fufilling and productive work culture. Levo League believes in finding smart people that get things done and enabling them to do what they love. We dig mom and dad-grammers, musicians, photographers, and people that lead their lives in many dimensions. Our highest rated tasks revolve around getting things done and working quickly and elegently.
We also make pretty sweet hackathon teammates.
About Levo League
The Levo League is all about connecting Gen Y women with amazing opportunities and ensuring their success.
More info and how to apply:
Edited by Chrys Wu on Aug 9, 2013 3:36 PM