1) Want to be Hero?
2) Have a passion for transforming lives through your creations?
3) Want to join a startup and make things happen in this world?
If so, then read on my friend...
Why Health Hero:
To help make employees healthy, we provide simple, fun, rewarding solutions to companies. We do this through a simple, fun cloud based social game that rewards employees with gifts for getting healthy.
The Health Hero team is looking for a superhero web & mobile developer CTO. The ideal candidate will be well versed in Ruby on Rails and Jquery and will have a sound understanding of modern, scalable web architectures. You will be supported by a knowledgeable team that is motivated to help you succeed. Growth potential is unlimited. This position reports to the Chief Superhero Officer.
With Great Power Comes Great...Responsibilities:
- Ability to Lead
- Experience with Ruby and Jquery Mobile
- Eye for great design
- Experience designing and implementing browser-based user interfaces using AJAX, ReST, and/or JSON. Relational Database experience: MySQL, etc
- Experience scaling high traffic websites (architecture / database)
- Familiarity with XML, SOAP, JSON and REST-based APIs
- Personal projects that show an aptitude for engineering and product sense
- Experience with server administration and Amazon Web Services (EC2 / S3). Linode, EngineYard, and Heroku cloud platforms
Super Powers Required:
- Attention to detail. Every interaction, every transition matters
- Excellent communication skills
- Responsive and super dependable
- Experience with agile, iterative, and test-driven development methods
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills
- Ability to work with little direction in a fast paced start up environment
- Has great all around health habits
- Wants to make meaning in their life by helping to transform others
- Into games, super heroes, ninjas (and other fun geeky stuff)
- Driven, self-motivated and goal-oriented.
Please include GitHub, Stack Overflow, and/or Twitter accounts if available.
Are you ready to "Hero Up"?