We are a SaaS company that builds a platform for home service professionals. 🔧 Our core product helps our clients with scheduling, dispatching, job management, invoicing, payment processing, marketing, and more. 
 
We support more than 27,000 businesses and have over 1 300 ambitious, mission-driven employees in San Diego, Denver, and all over the world (including Poland 🇵🇱). 
 
If you want to do work that impacts real people, supported by a team that’ll invest in you every step of the way, search no more. This is your place to be!
 

Compensation: 4 000 - 6 600 USD per month (B2B)
 

🚀  We also offer:
  • Paid holidays as you need (26 days doesn’t have to be a limit)
  • Flexible work hours
  • Equity shares in a rapidly growing Unicorn company backed by top-tier VCs
  • A culture built on innovation that values big ideas
  • We work in Central European Time
  • Newest MacBook + Setup Fee ($500)
 

🚀  Joining Housecall Pro means:
  • Building a product that really improves users’ lives (70k users, 4.6 rates at App Store) - let’s see what clients say about the product;
  • Being a part of the Polish team of engineers, who put the highest priority on the quality and safety of the technical solutions;
  • Working with a mature, interdisciplinary dev team (100% of the Polish squad are seniors);
  • Having a real impact on technical decisions without breaking through the corporate, glass ceiling;
  • Being in direct contact with the community of users, who are eager to share their feedback;
  • You are committed to your work, open to feedback, and eager to share your knowledge, just like us :)
 

🚀 This offer is for you if you:
  • Have at least 2 years of professional experience in programming Rails applications
  • Have advanced knowledge of Ruby and Rails
  • Have at least a theoretical understanding of Object-Oriented Programming
  • Have excellent oral and written communication skills. You’ll be working with a distributed team, so first-class communication is a must
  • Have at least some working experience with Sidekiq
  • Have a practical understanding of SOLID principles
  • Interest in writing clean, extendable code
  • Fluent in Polish and English

 
🚀 You get extra points for:
  • Working understanding of React
  • Understanding the importance of loosely coupled code
  • Interest in DDD
  • Understanding of different refactoring techniques


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