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Salesforce.com Developer / Technical Consultant

Job Title: Salesforce.com Developer / Technical Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Munich (County), Bavaria
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
REF: CA/MON/SD3928
Contact Name: Cristian Amanta
Contact Email: cristian@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Salesforce.com Developers are tasked with technical implementation based upon requirements and design in coordination with other project team members. You have a high chance of succeeding at our company if you know more than one programming language and are a little overzealous regarding technologies. The kicker: you have exceptional communication skills balanced with firecracker technical capabilities. This is a crucial position in our ability to deliver value to our customers.

 

Success Predictors

 

  • You have both compiled and interpreted language experience
  • You possess a desire to work with interesting clients and projects that challenge you
  • You loathe cubicles and value flexibility and high pay over the 9-to-5 beige office job
  • You have a decent handle on building quality user experience apps
  • You love building things that solve client needs elegantly and balanced with long term maintainability

 

Requirements Guidelines

 

  • Solid with Apex / VisualForce
  • SQL experience on more than one major database
  • com and/or Heroku platform knowledge
  • Salesforce DEV 401/501 certification (bonus)
  • Ajax toolkits: JQuery, Extjs, etc.
  • Java, C#, Ruby, Python, Clojure, Scala, Node.js
  • GUI design sensibilities

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Work with PMs and Architects across multiple projects
  • Provide solution implementation using a variety of technologies listed in the requirements above
  • Record hours worked on a daily basis
  • Be responsive to requests from project members and management
  • Practice good development life cycle including, but not limited to:

- solid coding patterns and comments

- use of source control on each project

- writing test methods in a timely manner

- self-testing work prior to calling it done

- expert use of Force.com IDE or comparable IDE

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