Ticket Evolution is looking for RoR & JavaScript Engineers

January 9, 2012 Ash Hogan

At Pivotal Labs, one of the services we provide our clients is helping them interview and hire. Pivotal Labs and our clients place a strong emphasis on Agile development and its many aspects: Pair Programming, Test-Driven Development, rapid iterations, and frequent refactoring.

Below is the description for a Ruby/JavaScript engineer position for Ticket Evolution to take ownership of and finish an ambitious one-page application. The perfect candidate is one who leads from the ground up and has experience in a test driven JavaScript
environment. This person will be the foundation of our company, and will help guide forward product development and play a large part in our success moving forward.

Ticket Evolution is hiring – here’s why you want to work there:

What we are looking for:

The perfect candidate is a well-rounded programmer, familiar with new and emerging web technologies. They must be a master of JavaScript and preferably have experience building applications with the Sproutcore framework. The application will be interacting heavily with our api, so experience with Rails 3, Sinatra, PostgreSQL, Redis and Lucene is a big plus. Experience with the Jasmine and Capybara test frameworks also a plus.

  • We are looking to fill multiple positions immediately.
  • Applicants can start work the following day.
  • Full and Part Time (hourly) positions available.


Work will initially be done out of the Pivotal Labs NYC office at Union Square. As the team grows we will begin to work out of our office in Jersey City (think 3-6 months from now).

Pivotal Labs, NYC
841 Broadway between 13th and 14th

Ticket Evolution
333 Washington St
Suite 302
Jersey City, NJ

How to apply:

Send a copy of your resume to Dan Matthews email. Principals only, please!

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