Ruby on Rails job NYC

I hope you don't mind me posting on the site. I am a recruiter who
recently has been working with a few companies requiring ruby on
Rails. Presently I have an advertising firm in NYC that needs 4 Ruby
on Rails Developers. from junior to senior level. someone committed to
Open Source Technology specifically Ruby, Need sharp candidates,
agency exp a major plus

Please e-mail resume If interested. If you are not interested but know
someone who is. We pay very nice referral fees

Thanks
Robert Airley
rairley2000@yahoo.com
United Staffing Solutions

It’s a while since I’ve done one of these, and it’s been a while since this has been posted, but let’s begin.

I hope you don’t mind me posting on the site.

Of course we don’t mind you posting. We encourage it!

I am a recruiter who recently has been working with a few companies requiring ruby on

Rails.

Here would be a great place to list these companies.

Presently I have an advertising firm in NYC that needs 4 Ruby

on Rails Developers.

Who is this? Where in NYC? It’s a big city.

from junior to senior level.

Good to see you’re not hiring just pros. Training the young’uns up is good.

Need sharp candidates

This is obvious.

Thanks

Robert Airley

rairley2000@yahoo.com

United Staffing Solutions

And this! This is the part that got me to respond. If you work for United Staffing Solutions like you state, then why would you be posting from a Yahoo account? This doesn’t sound like spam at all!

Hi!. I’m Mario Chacon from Argentine.

I’m very exited to
participated to a new project with RoR. The truth is that i haven’t a
huge experience in Ror, because i discovered it a few moth ago. My real
experience is in C++, Java and VB, but now i love RoR…:D.
Actually i’m working in a development of Electronic Medical Record for
USA. I’m working with 15 members in the developments groups, plus a
testing and support team.
Recently i’m working too with some projects in RoR using this features:

In Ruby:

  • Designs pattern in Ruby.

  • Implementations of some c libraries.

  • Threads and Process management.

  • Development some tools whit GUI implementations in: Tk, RubyFx and GTK+(Ruby-GNOME2).

  • Regular expressions.

  • Reflection.

  • CGI Script.

  • Socket and HTTP management.

In Rails:

  • Implementations in several web server like: Webrick, Mongrel, Apache

  • Web service.

  • Web 2.0. ( Prototype, RJS. etc)

  • Action Mailer.

  • Unit and funtional test.

  • Migrations.

  • Action controller.

  • Acton view (CSS, javascript, HTML, Template, helpers, custom helpers, AJAX)

  • Routing and URLS.

  • Some implementations in JRuby using java programs.

  • Implementations in several OS like: Linux and Windows.

  • Subversion.

Well
it’s almost everything and some other features and if you need some
other informations about my experience, please let know.

Sallu2…Mario Chacon

Sorry…:smiley:

Ryan,

It's not a great idea to constantly keep picking on people who posts
job ads. The subject clearly states what it's about and if you're
interested, you can probably contact them directly, and if not, you
can decide not to open the email.

Sometimes it's better to say nothing at all than give
pointless/sarcastic opinion. And this is one of those time.

I'll have to agree with Pratik. Ryan, I understand your points and yes, recruiters are deliberately vague, don't necessarily give out their real email addresses, and use a number of buzzwords. Still, do we really want to discourage them from telling us they have job opportunities available by making their postings seem unwelcome?

Don't get me wrong, I love your dissections of their posts. I just think lampooning people who are potentially bringing paying employers to the Rails community can send the wrong message. Perhaps a "job postings I have seen" blog might be a better forum for this.

Understandable, but as a person looking for a job myself, reading things like the OP is just frustrating. When I’m looking for a job I look for a few things:

  1. Location
  2. Company, and their reputation
  3. A rate I can expect to be paid
  4. The work I can expect to do
  5. Whether or not I’m working in a team

I don’t want to discourage anyone posting decent job advertisements on here but I would prefer it if they gave more details! It’s not like we charge on a word-by-word basis like the newspaper. I guess, that’s why they get you to contact them if you’re further interested in the job.

RubyRecruiter wrote:

I hope you don't mind me posting on the site. I am a recruiter who
recently has been working with a few companies requiring ruby on
Rails. Presently I have an advertising firm in NYC that needs 4 Ruby
on Rails Developers. from junior to senior level. someone committed to
Open Source Technology specifically Ruby, Need sharp candidates,
agency exp a major plus

Please e-mail resume If interested. If you are not interested but know
someone who is. We pay very nice referral fees

Thanks
Robert Airley
rairley2000@yahoo.com
United Staffing Solutions

NO JOB POSTINGS HERE PLEASE!!!

We have a lot of job portals for that purpose...
We code in RoR for our mental satisfaction, fun and pleasure. We are
happy coding in RoR.
No money business here please.

Ok. It's perfectly good to make job posts here as long as it has
proper subject. Please ignore the posts if you're not interested.
Don't post pointless replies.

Mental satisfaction, fun and pleasure doesn't pay your bills.

I would suggest starting the subject of such offers with [JOB]....,
so we could easily filter them in/out, like [ANN]... f.ex.

Alain

NO JOB POSTINGS HERE PLEASE!!!

POSTING JOBS HERE IS OK!!!!!