Node.js Software Engineer
- San Francisco, CA
Diversified Global is an international recruiting firm. Our client is a leading startup in social advertising. They have helped blaze a trail in the advertising world with innovative ideas such as location based mobile advertising on social sites like Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin. With amazing developers and engineers creating some of the best applications through blended interest graph technology, social targeting, and advertising the company is experiencing rapid growth.
Are you considered “the man” with Node.js and Ruby on Rails? Do you create apps for fun? Love baseball and beer? Our client is one of the most sought after employers among startup focused developers. Not only will you be among some of the most elite developers and engineers, your talent in Node.js and Ruby on Rails will truly pay off. With a lounge setting office near a world class brewery, only a couple blocks from the San Francisco Giants stadium, let’s just say you can always find a way to cool off after a hard day’s work. Your work will have lasting contribution and allow you to work alongside companies such as Google, Fed Ex, and CBS. Our client will rely on you to be the go-to-man with algorithms that will help distinguish large sets of data through machine learning and predictive analytics. Going to work will finally be something that you look forward too.
Why they need you:
- You’re considered one of the best with Node.js and Ruby on Rails
- You work with Rails, Unicorn, and the Twitter gem (key open source projects)
- You work well with others, in a team oriented environment
- You have an extreme passion for developing apps
Why they really need you:
● You have experience with Neo4J, Lucene, and Solr
● Understand the location based mobile platform industry
● You get excited when new projects are started
● You’re considered easy going and laid back
● You love the San Francisco Giants (OK, that’s a ‘nice to have’)
Our client is an EEO and Affirmative Action Employer that values Diversity in the workplace. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.