Svitla Systems Inc. is looking for Ruby Developer for a full-time position (40 per hours per week) in Kyiv (Nyvky). Business trip to London once a year.
You can work remotely 2 days a week!!!
OUR CLIENT is an online broker of business insurance with over 475,000 customers. The company has been featured in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 four times and in 2015 and 2016 won The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For.
The company provides insurance to the self employed, small businesses and landlords. Products include public liability insurance, professional indemnity insurance, employers' liability insurance and landlords insurance. The insurers on the panel include Ageas, AIG, Arag, AXA, Churchill, Covea, Hiscox and Zurich.
Customer established its own managing general agent brands Finsbury, Maltings and Chiswell Insurance, which are underwritten by AXA and Great Lakes, a subsidiary of Munich Re Group.
Develop customer focused products in a culture which champions Agile, cross functional teams and continuous collaboration;
Being hands-on with code in developing our products using best practices, appropriate tools and technologies;
Working with cross functional collaborative teams, helping to clarify requirements at the onset of projects and suggesting different and relevant technical approaches;
Championing Agile processes across the team;
Highlighting areas for continuous improvement and driving their prioritisation;
Being proactive in suggesting new tools, technologies and ways of working.
Strong programming skills in Ruby;
An advocate of engineering best practices (particularly in regards to testing);
Experience of working closely with business teams when building products;
Experience of working with Agile methodologies;
Strong interpersonal skills to work well in our very open and friendly environment;
Pro-active in suggesting new tools, processes and technologies – anything which will help us continually improve!
Working in an office environment. But twice a week you can work remotely.
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