Full-Stack Ruby on Rails Developer

Sidekick Therapy Partners • Posted March 31st

Software Development
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At Sidekick Therapy Partners you'll work on developing Ambiki, a software application (Ruby on Rails) which touches on everything including teletherapy, billing, scheduling, tracking patient outcomes, as well as providing resources/tools for therapists to use in their treatment sessions.

This job requires that you:
  • Work closely with therapists and other users of Ambiki to ensure the tools you are developing fit their needs
  • Are capable of full-stack application development
  • Have a strong focus on application security
  • Design responsive interfaces keeping both desktop and mobile users in mind
  • Have a balanced and practical approach to development
  • Have strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Have a high level of attention to detail
  • Promptly respond to user feedback, requests, etc.
  • Create features/products that are functional and easy-to-use

Bonus points for:
  • Previous experience managing a production Ruby on Rails application
  • Previous experience with WebRTC
  • Previous experience with Vue.js
  • Previous experience in the healthcare industry

We are able to hire remote developers directly in full-time positions in their country and pay in their home currency. Developers get holidays according to their national holiday schedule. We currently have developers across 8 different time zones including Japan, India, Pakistan, Cameroon, USA.

How to apply

Send your CV (PDF) and a short cover letter (PDF) to info at ambiki.com. In your cover letter please answer:

What interests you about working in this industry (speech language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, feeding therapy)?

Application process
  1. We will conduct an initial phone interview with promising applicants.
  2. For those who seem like they would be a good fit we will give you a small, take-home, 5-10 hour paid project allowing you to demonstrate your abilities.