Ruby on Rails Developer // Optimise Logistics

Ruby on Rails Developer

Optimise Logistics, a startup based in Dublin, provides a digital platform and mobile solution for the €450bn European freight shipping industry. We connect shippers with a network of carriers, streamlining the process of placing, tracking and invoicing for shipments. We’re looking for full stack developers to join our experienced growing team.

After successfully launching our MVP, we are now refining and expanding our core product across frontend, backend and mobile app. You’ll be working directly with the product owner, lead developer and designer on all aspects of the product. We’ll be growing substantially over the next few months and years, and there’s plenty of room for specialisation and career growth.

Our stack is Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL, AWS for the web app, Ionic (Angular) for the mobile app. We use modern best practices for agile project management (Scrum), strive to stay on edge with our frameworks (currently on Rails 5.2), practice continuous integration and deploy frequently. And as a growing team with an evolving product, there are still plenty of opportunity to influence technology choices along the way.

What you need to bring:

  • Meaningful experience designing, building and deploying commercial web applications as a Ruby on Rails Developer
  • Some skills with modern JavaScript and at least one frontend framework
  • A passion for code quality and comprehensive test coverage
  • A can-do attitude, willingness to learn and plenty of initiative

Nice to haves:

  • Ionic 3 and/or Angular 5 experience
  • Some DevOps chops
  • An eye for UI/UX design

This is definitely a jack-of-all-trades role. We’ll bring on more specialists as needed over time, and you could play a substantial role in that as well.

If you are ambitious and looking for role where you can make significant contributions to the success and growth of a new company, then we would love to hear from you. We offer a market rate salary, meaningful equity, flexible work arrangements, and the chance to grow into a leadership role. We work primarily out of Dogpatch Labs in the CHQ building in Dublin 1, with flexible hours and remote options.


Please apply via email to

We’ll use your resume to get a sense of your level of experience; but your email is the actual application. Please be explicit about how well you match our requirements, what strengths you’ll bring to the team, and what you expect from the role for your own career.