Ruby on Rails

RoR developers, are you the next gem in our network?

  • Long-term positions
  • Join a community of Ruby on Rails developers
  • Fair compensation
  • Flexible working hours
  • Work from anywhere

Not a Ruby on Rails developer? Find your skill!

We’re looking for

  • Beautiful work

    You produce great results
    and follow best practices. You burn
    for adhering to and maintaining the
    standards associated with your
    area of expertise.

  • Communication

    Your English doesn’t have to be
    perfect, but it should be good
    enough for you to communicate
    and even manage a project.
    You’re social and outgoing.

  • Entrepreneurship

    You aren't afraid to take ownership
    for any project and show up by
    suggesting new ideas and
    take pride in assuming responsibility.

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Our vetting process

Every project has its own requirements and in order to make sure that we match
the best talents to our projects, we ask our candidates to go through a comprehensive
yet straightforward vetting process.

  • Step 1


    Join our growing network by filling out our comprehensive yet straightforward application form.

  • Step 2

    Vetting process

    Once you’ve completed the application form, one of our expert recruiters will initiate the vetting process.

  • Step 3

    Create a profile

    Welcome aboard! If you’re at the top of your field, we’ll create your account and profile. You can even help us in the process.

  • Step 4

    Project match

    You'll be working on an interesting project within two weeks, if not much sooner.

Apply now

Why work with us?

We're working with a range of companies on exciting projects across a range
of fields, from SaaS and AI to Blockchain.

Oleksiy Petlyuk Oleksiy Petlyuk
Oleksiy Petlyuk
Bogdan Bendziukov Bogdan Bendziukov
Bogdan Bendziukov
Furkan Çağlar Furkan Çağlar
Furkan Çağlar
Jane Kolegova Jane Kolegova
Jane Kolegova

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Proxify?

  • What happens after I get invited to the Proxify network?

  • Is it the same as having a full-time job?

  • What if there are no Ruby on Rails projects I can be matched with immediately?

  • How do I get paid?

  • What if I don’t like the Ruby on Rails project that I start working on?