This role is for an exciting, Berlin based scale-up with 120+ employees who recently received 8 figures in Series A funding. They are looking for a Senior Ruby Developer to join the IT team and help to build functional software and web-based applications


  • Write effective and scalable code in Ruby
  • Build back-end components for web applications
  • Test applications for performance, responsiveness and security
  • Review and debug junior developers’ code
  • Integrate data storage and data processing solutions
  • Build, install and share gems and plugins
  • Create automated test scripts
  • Improve and maintain applications after deployment
  • Coordinate with team members who work on different layers of infrastructure


  • 3-5 years work experience as a Ruby Developer, 2 years at the senior-level
  • Experience in designing scalable architecture to support a data-intensive application.
  • Expertise on technologies and methodologies from the above stack
  • Experience in designing a microservices based architecture and preparing its deployment stack
  • Experience in setting up and deploying applications to cloud providers Understand and use data structures and OOP concepts
  • In-depth understanding of object-oriented programming
  • Hands-on experience writing command-line apps using Ruby libraries
  • Expertise in Rails
  • Understanding of agile software development
  • Familiarity with automated testing platforms
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Team spirit
  • BSc in Engineering, Computer Science or relevant field


  • Paid Time Off – 30 Vacation Days
  • Personal Training & Development
  • Responsibility and trust from day 1
  • Individual coaching and further training to support you in your development
  • A free BVG ticket
  • Employee discounts at numerous companies (e.g. at the gym or in online stores)
  • A Culture of equity and Inclusion where you are appreciated for the person you are


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