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Ruby/Rails Developer

This job was posted on Sep 19
Working from remote

Want to work with an exciting startup based out of tropical Singapore?

Want to work with smart, talented people on a technically challenging product?

Want to work in a team where your code is deployed multiple times a day to thousands of users?

About Us

TradeGecko is a VC-backed fast-growing startup in Singapore. We are an international team of 30 working in a global market. We're building the platform on which the world's merchants transact.

About You

We're looking for talented and motivated web developers who are looking to challenge themselves. Someone who is excited about working with our growing product team (currently 7 developers and designers) to create an amazing product used by thousands of people every day.

As a Ruby/Rails Developer you will be working across all facets of our product building new features and products as well as improving the existing functionality. Currently this consists of our JSON API, EmberJS core app, Reporting & Intelligence app, Document, B2B portal, multiple 3rd party integrations as well as other bits and bobs.

You'll obsess about the user experience and love delivering well-built, user-friendly products. You drive good software development practices, work successfully in teams and by yourself and have pride in your work.

Get In Touch

If this sounds like you, apply below or email me directly at


  • A strong sense of craftsmanship
  • Several years experience building web sites and web applications
  • Intermediate Ruby skills or similar
  • Experience with or interest in picking up MVC-style Javascript skills (EmberJS a bonus)
  • An overwhelming desire to create the best software on the Internet
  • A burning need to try out new technology and push the limits for our customers


Join us and

  • Work with an awesome team, growing super fast
  • Make decisions every day that affect 1000s of customers
  • Health insurance
  • An awesome office & work enviroment in central Singapore
  • Avoid ever working in cubicle hell