Full Time / Carlsbad, CA
Want to help churches reach more people by streamlining their administrative tasks? Love working with Ruby, Rails, Sinatra, CoffeeScript and jQuery? Want to try new stuff like Batman.js or node? Would you enjoy using those skills to work for the premiere online worship planning and volunteer scheduling site ranked in the top 10,000 websites with over 1.5 million users? Then do we have a job for you!
PlanningCenterOnline.com is looking for a kick-butt developer to help us continue to build out the next features for our products and to help us develop new products. While working with us you will contribute to the vision and direction of our products and won’t be a lemming just doing what “the man” says. You will get a brand new decked out MacBook pro with an SSD hard drive, external monitor & iPhone. Basically, you pick out your dream machine and we will buy it!
Our new offices, located in Carlsbad, CA (near San Diego), are amazing. Beautiful weather year round, kitchen, play room, private team rooms and several cool, comfortable lounge areas are some of the great things that we have purposefully designed into our new building. You can check out pictures, a video and some of our other amazing perks on our careers page.
We are looking for someone who can spend most of their work hours (which we don’t hound you on) with us in this new office so, unfortunately, telecommuting from another state is not an option. We also are looking to develop an office in Seattle, WA, so if that works for you.
To the candidate that meets our needs we will offer a very competitive salary, full health & dental, a 401k, a generous profit sharing plan, relocation assistance and a once a year company retreat where we have a great time and talk about the next year of innovations that we are going to produce.
Please, no recruiters or contractors.
To apply for this amazing opportunity please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure you send some code samples or a github link. We will not be able to consider applications that do not have any code samples attached.