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Re: Re: [sfror] Looking for 2 Lead ROR Developers in SF!

From: steven
Sent on: Monday, June 18, 2012 10:39 AM
Are you a good fit for this position? Software Developer - Ruby on Rails in SF, CA

Required
Skills / Keywords:
Ruby, Ruby on Rails, RoR, JavaScript, SQL, Web Applications, MySQL, jQuery, CSS, SaaS, Frontend, Backend, Ajax,

Bonus Skills / Keywords:
mobile, iPhone, Android, Facebook
If you are an experienced software Developer with solid Ruby on Rails and back-end development experience, please read on.
* 4+ years of overall software development experience
* 1+ years of Ruby on Rails development
* 2+ years of JavaScript, SQL, Prototype
* Data modeling and optimization of RDBMS (MySQL)
* Strong experience developing SaaS or web based enterprise software applications
* Experience with OO design principles
* Experience designing and developing for performance and scalability
* Experience with agile, iterative, and test-driven development methods
* Ability to work on UI / front end
* Facebook application & Facebook & Twitter API experience is helpful
* Experience developing mobile apps (iPhone and Android) is a plus
* Ability to work in a fast paced environment
* Demonstrate initiative and ownership, passion and enthusiasm for designing and implementing product solution.

Please send me your update resume at [address removed]


On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 10:11 AM, Aron Bohlig <[address removed]> wrote:
Late to the thread, but I did want to clarify something.

there are two types of recruiters: retained and commission.  I have hired developers before with both types of contracts and paid both types of recruiters fees.  

If the company has retained a recruiter, they have committed to pay that person a flat fee (for the project/month/week/hire/whatever).  If it is a commission based recruiter, that fee is on top of the salary.  For commission based recruiters you do become a less attractive candidate vs. someone who gets into the pipeline without a recruiter.  

If the market is pretty good, companies may not worry about paying commission/fees for the right person.  If the market is soft, its another story.




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