ROR Developer Ops at Revolution Health Group(new start up by Steve Case)

Hi all,

I work at Revolution Health Group, the new company launched by Steve
Case, the co-founder of AOL to be the leader in Consumer Directed
Healthcare. We are currently seeking several ROR Developers in the
Washington, D.C. area. We recently had James Duncan Davidson at our
office last week, who some of you may have seen at the Rails Conference
in Chicago. He conceded that we are the largest Ruby development
effort he has seen. I have posted a job description below and we are
seeking full time and contractor staff. My number is 202-481-5042.
Please feel free to contact me directly. Thanks!!

Revolution Health Group is a seeking superstar web applications
engineers to assist in the development of cutting edge, broadly
deployed internet applications. Join a team of seasoned, visionary All
Stars who are passionate, creative and poised to pioneer change in the
world of healthcare.

The ideal candidate will have experience developing rich web
applications i.e. Ruby, ROR, AJAX, XHTML, JavaScript, XML, CSS etc). We
are looking for candidates with strong user-interface instincts.

The successful candidates will have a passion for delivering high
quality software and possess a high degree of creativity and
enthusiasm, capable of owning large features. Excellent team work and
communication skills are necessary. There is an opportunity to code
Ruby on Rails in a growing commercial environment.

RESPONSIBILITIES
·Assist in the design, build, launch, and maintenance of our front
end web applications from the ground up.
·Ensure cross browser functionality.
·You will own new features and application pieces.
·Work with the product management; identify & define features to be
added to the product.

KEY REQUIREMENTS
·Experience creating highly scalable web applications for a consumer
product.
·2+ years of Web application development
·Strong debugging skills
·Strong problem solving skills
·High degree of integrity, passion and drive
·Collaborative software products development
Background in object oriented development