Posted Apr-21

Contract Ruby Developer

Church Initiative

Source: WeWorkRemotely

USA Only

javascript
aws
ember
elasticsearch
heroku

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Job Description

We are seeking a self-motivated, responsible Ruby developer to join our small technology team in new and ongoing development projects. This is an ongoing, part-time contract position of between 15 and 30 hours per week (depending on your capacity).

The work:
  • Build, improve, manage, and support multiple Rails applications
  • Help maintain our technology infrastructure, creating new systems and tools when needed
  • Continually improve the quality and experience of our web presence
  • Improve our staff’s ability to serve our customers

Technical skills:
  • Ruby/Rails
  • Javascript
  • HTML & CSS
  • MySQL, Redis, Elasticsearch
  • Heroku & AWS
  • Linux server administration

Requirements:
  • Eligible to work in the United States
  • Fluent English
  • At least 15 hours of work availability per week
  • Experience working remotely

About us:

Church Initiative is a nondenominational, nonprofit Christian ministry serving 25,000 churches worldwide. From its headquarters in Wake Forest, North Carolina, the ministry creates and publishes video-based curricula to help churches minister to people experiencing life crises.

Because this function supports both national and international ministry in a highly visible way, it is important that the successful candidate have a strong spiritual background. This includes a professed relationship with Jesus Christ, a consistent and deep personal walk with the Lord, and a demonstrated heart for ministry through the local church evidenced by active membership in a local church.

How to apply:

Please email ruby-developer@churchinitiative.org with your resume and/or LinkedIn profile. If you have a Github account or examples of your work that we can take a look at, send those too.