#SalesForce Developer job opening in Kansas City – Permanent Job

  • This person will have 3+ years of core Salesforce application development using Salesforce tools to map business process, implement system automation and integration.
  • Full software development lifecycle from technical design to development, testing and deployment, including multiple concurrent Salesforce projects.
  • Apply best practices for customizing Salesforce.
  • Take responsibility for end-to-end solution delivery for their respective tracks.
  • Provide support and help troubleshoot system issue.
  • 10+ years of technical experience with minimum 3+ years experience as a Salesforce developer (Expert level).
  • Knowledge and experience in CRM and enterprise system implementation.
  • Advanced understanding of the Salesforce.com data model and when to create custom objects vs. using Salesforce out-of-the-box functionality.
  • Ideal candidate should have salesforce certification including administrator, developer certified consultant (DEV 401) and Force.com advanced developer certified (DEV 501)
  • Strong practical deployment knowledge of VisualForce, Salesforce configurations, Apex classes, Apex Triggers, Apex Web services, SOQL & SOSL, and APIs.
  • Experience with REST/SOAP APIs
  • Familiar with ETL tools (ie: Mulesoft, Jitterbit, Informatica)
  • Experience integrating Salesforce with other applications via real time and batch process (Sync/async)
  • Advanced Salesforce user and administrator skills (including using permissions, roles, profile, queues, security setup, views, page layouts).
  • UI experience with JavaScript, JQuery, HTML5, and CSS3 preferred
  • Previous experience opening and managing Salesforce.com bugs (troubleshooting etc).
  • Knowledge of Agile methodology and sprint based project delivery.
  • Can only consider security clearance elegible candidates.

Contact Information:

Ryan MacDonald – Senior Consultant

ryan.macdonald@saigantech.com

913-522-0179

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