Re: [ruby-99] Hiring in Palo Alto - Principal Engineer & Web Interface Engineer

From: Peter B.
Sent on: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 11:21 AM
Tram,

You should get Doug Goldie for this.  He just finished up launching
Kwedit.  Very strong guy.

Good luck,

Peter Bloom
BLOOM BUSINESS GROUP
Waters Technology Park, Building 3
3 Waters Park Drive, Suite 224
San Mateo, CA 94403
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On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 9:32 AM, Tram <[address removed]> wrote:
> Our client is looking for a Web interface Engineer and Principal Engineer in
> Palo Alto, CA. This is a well-funded startup and they've created a
> compelling and safe online experience for children of all ages. The company
> has earned rave reviews from industry groups, parents, teachers, and users
> alike. We're actively hiring for talented engineers to scale up their
> operations - someone with a positive attitude and passion for quality
> software.
>
> This is a full time permanent position - sorry no sponsorship. The Palo Alto
> office is easily accessible via Caltrain.
>
> Open compensation range ($80k - $120k) with the opportunity for equity.
>
> Job Description for Principal Engineer
> The ideal candidate must have prior start-up experience, is capable of
> working at all layers of a web application stack, is happy doing both
> architecture and hands-on coding, and is comfortable in an agile, test and
> data driven environment.
>
> * 5+ years software development experience.
> * 3+ years web application development experience.
> * Fluent in Ruby on Rails, HTML, CSS, JS, SQL.
> * Experience with RSpec, JSUnit and Selenium.
> * BS in computer science or equivalent experience.
>
> Job Description for Web Interface Engineer
> The ideal candidate must have prior start-up experience, a portfolio of web
> interfaces you've built, and a strong opinion about IE6.
>
> * BS in computer science or equivalent experience.
> * 3+ years web application development experience.
> * Expertise in HTML, CSS, JS, and Prototype.
> * Demonstrable knowledge of cross-browser best practices.
> * Experience with Selenium, Ruby on Rails, Flash and ActionScript is a plus.
> * Willing to consider all levels of experience.
>
> If interested please email me directly? tram(at)rorpower(dot­)com.
>
> Thank You,
> Tram
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