Full Stack Rails Developer

Published on February 01, 2023

Reports to: Director of Software Engineering
Position: Full Time Salaried
Salary Range: $110,000 – $170,000


Our team develops full stack code for ruby and rails framework for the core RecoveryOne product line. Developers work independently and in collaboration on product design, implementation, testing and deployment. We are seeking candidates that are passionate about user experience, curious around ways to improve the patient healthcare experience, focused on quality (without being militant), and entrepreneurial in approach.  RecoveryOne and the development team continue to grow rapidly and are seeking 

NOTE:  This position is considered remote-friendly and, subsequently, accommodates candidates from any US location. 


  • Design, develop, test and support features for the RecoveryOne application
  • Collaborate with graphic designers, product stakeholders and customers to build full stack solutions
  • Assist in the defining and aligning development team priorities
  • Participate in the definition, refinement, estimation and prioritization of product features
  • Work closely with the development team in a collaborative, Agile development environment
  • Create independently and in teams to achieve assigned development responsibilities in a timely and high-quality manner
  • Support the client success team in responding to customer issues and feedback
  • Adhere to the development team’s practice and policies for Agile development
  • Provide feedback and guidance in the continuous improvement of the development process and environment

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, related field or equivalent
  • 2+ years of relevant work experience (startup preferred)
  • (must have) Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, Git/GitHub, SQL, experience in all major browsers
  • (nice to have) PostgreSQL, ReactJs, Cordova, Heroku, DevOps(DNS, Load Balancing, Hosting, Scalability), Rails API

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