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Baldwin Aviation Safety & Compliance
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💰 $65k - $115k*
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\nBaldwin Aviation (BAI), the recognized leader in aviation safety management systems, is expanding its in-house technology team. With multiple fortune 500 customers in our portfolio and international presence, we’ve been growing rapidly over the past five years.\n\n\nJob Description\n\nBAI is seeking a motivated, dependable and experienced Ruby developer with full stack experience who's eager to join a company that is making a difference in safety. BAI has recently released its second-generation software, and now needs to add one more key player to the development team. We are a tight-knit think outside-of-the-box group, so each of us is a key player. We pride ourselves on working closely with our clients so an impeccable sense of customer service is very important. Get ready to make a big impact with a market-changing company and to hit the ground running! \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Ruby, Developer and Digital Nomad, Ruby jobs that are similar:\n\n $65,000 — $115,375/year\n
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