Full Stack Software Engineer

At Fohr
  • Full Time
  • Employee

Posted on March 16th

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You Will
- Create and maintain Ruby on Rails applications
- Create and maintain front ends in React, Haml, and jQuery
- Design, build, and maintain performant, reliable web applications
- Embrace and champion engineering best practices
- Produce clean, high quality code, tests, and documentation
- Actively engage in code and design reviews with peers and partners
- Contribute engineering input and feedback into product planning processes
- Partner with fellow engineers to deliver complete solutions

You Have
- Readiness to try new things and work with a diverse group of people
- BA/BS in computer science or equivalent experience
- Experience writing customer-facing software
- Desire and ability to write production quality code at scale
- Passionate about tough technical/engineering problems
- Sound technical judgment and a bias for action
- Strong organizational and communication skills

Bonus Points
- Experience using AWS services
- Experience using Heroku services
- Experience in advertising or social media
- Experience working with big data solutions
- Experience with Google and Facebook APIs
- Experience with Elasticsearch and Redis
- Interest and ability to learn other programming languages

Perks
- Full benefits, including medical, dental, and vision
- Competitive salary
- Flexible time off policy
- Fohr is an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state or local laws.


  • Employment: Full-Time
  • Location: New York City
  • Compensation: $90k - $150k

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