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Funding5M-10M USD
Employees4
SalaryShhhh...
FulltimeYes
TelecommuteNegotiable
IndustrySaaS, Web 2.0, Consumer, E-commerce, Social Networking
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Ruby on Rails Hacker

at Kashless, Inc. in Seattle, WA   —   Jul 23, 2014   |  
Overview
Kashless.org is building the leading “ReCommerce” community and platform enabling person to person product reuse, sharing, lending, trade and other “cashless” transactions. By increasing reuse, Kashless.org will divert a significant amount of waste from the landfill and extend the useful life of many products. The Company is fully funded for 3 years and led by serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist Martin Tobias.

We’re all about Ruby on Rails and clean great design. We’re looking for a range of junior-mid-senior Ruby on Rails developers. The ideal candidate is a battle-hardened veteran that has seen projects through the complete software life-cycle; from design and development to testing and production deployment (and beyond).
Responsibilities
We need Lead Developer/Product Manager who knows how to manage but still loves to code as well as plenty of Programmer Engineers who would rather focus on their iPod and writing awesome code full time.
We’re still a relatively small team, which means you’ll deal with a minimum of bureaucracy and micromanagement and have a lot of input over the future direction of the site. I bet you and your friends would actually use the site. There is already a multi-year roadmap of great product features to build.
We’ll give you a healthy base compensation with a significant performance bonus. And BIG monitors, flexible hours and full health benefits.
Experience
apply here: http://kashless.catchthebest.com/apply/6398/
Compensation
Very competitive
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