San Francisco Ruby on Rails Group Message Board › Use Rails to better people's health
|A former member||
Use Your Talents in Rails and Databases to Advance Health and Wellness!
This San Francisco online health startup aims to organize and educate people’s health the way Mint organizes their finances.
They're building a web platform that will revolutionize the way we live and how we manage our health.
Their mission is to make everyone healthier by providing personalized advice, based on a biometric assessment of each individual’s unique biology and genetics.
They offer a competitive salary, a convenient San Francisco office, generous stock options, a well-stocked refrigerator and a fun, tight-knit team.
Be instrumental in building out their data warehouse by importing data feeds and exports into one integrated knowledge store. These external data streams will be connections to collaborating third parties. This data warehouse is the foundation of their mobile app that conveniently tracks and manages supplements.
* Data warehouse and application schema design
* Information architecture and ontology management for data integration
* Ruby on Rails
NB There is also openings for solid Rails developers
Driven to semantically organize information and serve it up in meaningful ways
* Motivated to work collaboratively with colleagues and have fun
* Good at getting things done, finishing things
* Prone to moments of outstanding creative genius
Why join them?
It Means Something.
Forget coupons, advertising, games or search.
* Their product will fundamentally change lives and bring health and wellness to the population.
They're funded but it's early enough to get a pile of equity:
* Passionately backed by top VCs, angels and advisors, our mission is attractive to investors.
You’ll work on big data sets, user experiences and pan-vertical scaling that the world has not seen before.
To learn more please feel free to pick a time on my calendar so we can have a short, confidential discussion: http://jeffwood.youca...
Jeff Wood, CPC
A vaguely funny recruiter :)