Senior Software Engineer

At CareAcademy
  • Full Time
  • Employee
  • Full Remote (with restrictions)

Posted on May 14th

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At CareAcademy, we’re helping to solve the direct care worker shortage and making a positive impact in the lives of people who need longer-term care. We’re a fast-growing venture-backed company in the growing health care market.

The Role
Our ideal candidate has a proven track record of scaling Ruby on Rails products and is excited by the challenges that come from scaling to hundreds of thousands of users.

As a senior software engineer, you’ll be working closely with designers, product managers, and a strong engineering team in order to plan and design the rollout of new features and improvement of existing features. Our current stack is Ruby on Rails, Sidekiq/Redis, PostgreSQL, Vue.js, and Heroku.

About You
  • Attention to detail and has a passion for product
  • Communicates effectively with other team members
  • Experience with scaling Ruby on Rails
  • Excited about reliability and scalability
  • Comfortable working with existing software and making it better

What you’ll do
  • Work in an agile environment, address user stories and bugs
  • Write automated tests
  • Partner with Product on scoping, designing, and sizing the different initiatives
  • Divide user stories into smaller code tasks and PR’s
  • Understand the different factors in decision making for long/short term solutions
  • Pair code with other team members
  • Write solid documentation
  • Occasionally serve as a mentor for newer team members

  • Competitive Salary
  • Healthcare
  • 401k
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Remote-first company
  • Equity

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