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Health Enhancement Systems, Inc

We create engaging & fun wellness challenges that help employee populations get healthier. We have a suite of 12 unique products and add at least 1 or 2 each year. Wellness is an exciting industry to be a part of - the work is challenging, but fun. And we love seeing how our products impact individuals' lives each and every day.

Sole Proprietorship, Health & Wellness
Founded in 1992

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Sue Genau

Ruby on Rails Back-End Developer

Listing published on Fri, 20 Jan 2017. Expired almost 6 years ago on Fri, 17 Feb 2017.

Hiring 1+ Peeps

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Hourly. Invoices are submitted and paid as you go.
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We've been building Ruby on Rails applications for over 10 years. For several years, they were full-stack Rails applications. Now we use Ruby on Rails on the back end to serve AngularJS, iOS, and Android applications on the front-end.

We're looking for a back-end developer to join our team and work with us on our API efforts. We always know what we want to accomplish. Usually the work is something we've done in the past and need to incorporate it into a new application. Occasionally we do things we've never done before. We're looking for a senior-level developer who is willing to take direction on us to apply the things we've learned and who is capable of running with new challenges we've never faced before.

As a back-end developer, you should be well-versed in developing in the absence of a front-end application. You know SQL very well. High performance applications are what you love to build.
Your native tongue is JSON.

We have written a small test to demonstrate your ability to write a parser. Additionally, we use SQL to a great extent, so we've crafted a test for your SQL skills as well. Simply paste your responses into your cover letter.


More than 6 months


- Describe two Ruby on Rails projects you have worked on.
- Describe a situation where you had a slow Ruby on Rails website and made it fast.
- When building an API, what REST client do you use?

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