Webstop, located in Palm Harbor Florida, has been developing and maintaining grocery industry websites since 1996.
Webstop leads the grocery website and mobile app industry in many areas, including frequent shopper web integration, feature-rich digital circulars, online recipes, personalized shopping lists, and more. Webstop offers grocery web and mobile app products, which allow our best features to be applied to any existing website. These products are self-contained sets of web pages that Webstop implements and maintains, including extensive syndicated content in a recipe feature with over 6,000 recipes.
Webstop is privileged to work with a variety of extraordinary clients representing over 800 companies and 1,700 grocery stores.
Webstop is a privately held corporation, with no debt.
About the Job
We are looking for a talented programmer with strong Ruby on Rails skills and experience. They will work on integrating websites with third party APIs, creating APIs for external site and mobile app integration, and re-engineering existing site features using Ruby on Rails. There will be a mix of debugging existing code and creating new site features.
We are looking for someone who:
- Tampa Bay area preferred, but not required
- Is a positive & motivated person with good attention to detail
- Uses a pragmatic programmer approach
- Works well solving problems under pressure
- Enjoys a challenge and crafting creative solutions
- Continually keeps abreast of the industry and refreshes skills
- Has experience working with web services and APIs
Must be skilled and experienced in:
- Ruby on Rails
Bonus if skilled and experienced in:
- Apache Cordova
We also use:
What you get:
- Base salary
- 401k plan (matching up to 5%)
- Vacation time
- Sick Pay & Personal Time-Off
- Flexible Working Conditions
- A quality office in the Boot Ranch area of Palm Harbor, FL.
- Remote work option
We are only interested in individuals seeking employment. We are not interest in outsourcing firms or any sort of arrangement in which we are not directly hiring an individual.