The District Management Council is seeking skilled and passionate Rails developers to help us shape the future of public education.
Public schools across America are using our software and services to increase the effectiveness of Special Education and Teacher Development programs and to improve overall management and planning. If you care about improving education and want to develop well-crafted Rails applications, we want to talk to you.
In addition to the applications we build, we also have a significant consulting business. Our consultants are bright, hard-working people from top schools who are dedicated to our mission of improving public education. Our Executive Team has national visibility and is helping to move forward the debate on how to improve America’s school systems. Although our software division is relatively new, we are part of a larger, established company; this allows us to enjoy the agility of a startup combined with the stability of a nine-year-old company.
Qualifications & Experience
Our ideal candidate is an intelligent, pragmatic generalist looking to identify and create solutions to real-world problems. We believe firmly in mutual respect, professional growth, and learning as a team. We are looking for a web developer who has experience with or can quickly learn:
Ruby on Rails
You must be authorized to work in the US.
No contractors or telecommuters.
We work in our beautiful office in Downtown Boston each day.
If you believe you're qualified for this position, please apply through the Careers section of our website, http://www.dmcouncil.org/careers. Sample code is required; please point us to code you’ve written on GitHub or email your sample code to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why Join Us?
Your work will make the world a better place.
We're a stable, profitable company with a track record of success and a bright future.
This is an excellent opportunity to be a key player in a growing team.
We work hard, but fire alarms and overtime are rare.
Our development team is passionate about collaborating and improving their skills.
Our offices are in a great location in the heart of Downtown Crossing.
We'll pay for training courses if we believe it will help you keep your skills up to date.
We have a Jura coffee machine and a fridge full of snacks.
We are an equal opportunity employer, and we encourage applications from all individuals regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or physical ability.