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Salesforce.com Developer/Technical Consultant (€65-€80k)

Job Title: Salesforce.com Developer/Technical Consultant (€65-€80k)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Germany,
Industry:
Salary: €60000 - €75000 per annum + Bonus+Benefits
REF: CA/MON-28718
Contact Name: Cristian Amanta
Contact Email: cristian@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

I am currently working with a Global Consultancy that has recently won multiple awards at the Salesforce Partner innovation Awards in DreamForce.

To support their continued success they are seeking an experienced Salesforce.com Developer/Technical Consultant to join their team. Exciting opportunity to join a team of experienced SFDC Professionals and work on some of the most exciting Saleforce.com Projects across the DACH Region.

Job Description

Salesforce Developer Role: Work with clients to gather requirements, document solution design, configure the Salesforce application, and ensure successful engagements and project go-lives through disciplined project management.

Specific Duties

  • Execute declarative Salesforce application configuration
  • Use Apex and Visualforce to create unique customer-based solutions
  • Ability to lead client projects and internal team
  • Interact directly with our customers and our team, including consultants, architects and sales to ensure customer success
  • Participate in the full application life cycle from technical design to development, testing, and deployment
  • Build salesforce.com product extensions using Visualforce technology
  • Develop new native products on the force.com platform

Qualifications

Desired Skills and Experience

  • At least 3+ years of Salesforce development experience, ideally in a consulting environment
  • Experience with Apex required. VisualForce preferred.
  • Strong technical design skills and an ability to deliver customer driven solutions
  • Motivated to learn new software as a service technologies
  • Ability to manage multiple concurrent projects - Strong communication skills, both written and verbal is required
  • Salesforce.com Certifications preferred, but not required
  • Have a passion for solving customer's challenges with software
  • Have a natural curiosity and desire to learn new business processes and technologies
  • Be a creative and analytical thinker
  • Have a desire and ability to solve complex business processes with software
  • Be highly driven and able to self-manage in a fast paced environment
  • Possess strong organizational and time management skills
  • Be able to communicate with both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Build rapport and develop effective working relationships with clients
  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Have tenacity, persistence, passion and a desire for customer success
  • Fluent in German & English
  • Willingness to travel 30%-50% across the DACH Region

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