A famous IT security solutions provider is currently hiring a Ruby on Rails Developer.
【Why join us?】
Our company is a well'-established company dealing with security.
However, our IDaaS development team atmosphere offers all the benefits of joining a startup.
We have fantastic senior engineers, who communicate openly and are passionate about the work that they do, and we are also working on some truly interesting projects. We openly discuss technical issues in order to achieve the best outcome. This opportunity is great for engineers who like a technical challenge and want to improve their skills.
We offer a relaxed and fun working atmosphere, and provide a free cafeteria, which on Fridays also becomes a free bar, so that you can enjoy drink with your colleagues. We could also offer to pay some portion of the cost of your Japanese language classes, in case you are looking to develop your Japanese language skills further.
【About our product】
Our product is an identity management platform that supports advanced authentication methods. We are looking to make the lives of our customers easier by integrating our IDaaS into our clients workplace, allowing them to log into any web application with a single click. As a member of the team, you will be welcome to suggest improvements and/or new features.
Your role will be to work on our project alongside our skilled IDaaS development team.
You will also be required to participate in a daily SCRUM and you will work on developing new features, and improving old ones. This is not a maintenance position, improving our service and making it the best on the market is our goal.
Mid to senior level skills in Ruby on Rails plus one of the following:
‐Design, implementation and consumption of APIs (Swagger, OpenAPI for documentation)
‐Understanding of HTTP protocol
‐Databases and storages (relational, document and key'-value stores)
‐System architecture design
‐Authentication (SAML, Open ID connect, CAS)
‐Security (e.g. encryption and digital signature, TLS, PKI, knowledge about common vulnerabilities)
‐Infrastructure (AWS, PaaS, Docker, Firewalls)
‐Version control (Git)