Startup Jobs Startup Companies Post a Job! Startup Newswire Job Widgets
Search Startup Jobs
Funding500K-1M USD
Salary50,000-200,000/MO INR
IndustryTravel, Consumer
View full company profile

Rocking offer Rubyists can't refuse: Build the next big thing in Indian travel space!

at SharedCab in India   —   Jul 20, 2014   |  
Co-founders Prakash & NV
Overview, venture funded company disrupting passenger transportation, is looking for tech leaders. You’ll be working on the next big thing in travel space – enabling millions of Indians travel daily on road
Create a large platform in Ruby
Develop nerdy algos involving maps – routing, pooling, dispatching etc.
Conjure a slew of on-the-go web + mobile enabled products
Marry with dozens of 3rd party systems – some with APIs, many without!
Kick ass analytics and decision support systems
Deep passion for building systems.
Completely open to learning new stuff and reinventing old.
Right mix of aggression and persistence to solve problems.
BIG eye for detail.
Proven track record of executing large-ish systems and running mission critical operations.
~ 4 yrs exp as a full stack Ruby developer.
Some words that should ring a bell are Rails, Python, Postgres, PostGIS, Coffeescript, Angular JS, Git.
Experience with e-comm / mobile universe would be bonus.
Engineering / Science degree will help, though not essential
Decent cash (yup, it’s not just about enjoying the air) + stock options. And amazing perks -- choose any THREE if you come alone, if you come with a partner in crime, take it ALL!
Car (Ford 2007 with 50k kms done – yes, it will drive you around comfortably)
Mac Air (~ new)
iPod (brand new)
condo (yup! Housing’s supposed to be a pain in Bombay so take your pick)
gym membership
4 articles in media about you in a yr
Crate of beer every week
Footing movers & packers bill
Want this Job? Apply Now
About Us  |  Privacy Policy   |   Terms & Conditions  |  Contact Us
© 2014 Job Alchemist, Inc. All rights reserved.


Startuply is in beta. Love it? Hate it? Want to suggest new features or report a bug? We'd love to hear from you.