Salesforce Developer$ 60k/Year ($ 30/Hour for 40 hours of productive work per week) Remote Position Long-term
Interested in utilizing your solid knowledge of Visualforce and Salesforce development expertise to develop cloud-based applications?
The Salesforce Developer should be organized to meet tight deadlines and extremely process focused to excel in a fast paced environment.
Do you have the passion and ambition to grow your Salesforce skills, make decisions based on metrics and challenge yourself on a variety of products? If you want to learn new concepts to solve business problems then this role may be for you…
-Sruti S, Salesforce developer
We are looking for Salesforce Developer ($60K/year) who can develop cloud-based applications through the Force.com platform with an in-depth understanding of salesforce and its limitations.
You must possess strong knowledge of Visualforce and Salesforce development with experience in coding using APEX.
In this role you will be in charge of:
Follow-ups with customers to identify areas of improvement
Evaluating work results and provide required guidance
Experience with Accounts, Contacts, Opportunity, Order Management, Leads and Communities
Salesforce integrations: SOAP, REST, File integration
Dashboards, Reports creation using standard Salesforce tools
Understanding of basic ETL standards, methodologies, guidelines & design techniques
Vast experience with database and with database objects
Lightning UI and Salesforce1
License model and architecture review
Partner and Customer Community and Force.com sites development
Evaluate work results and provide required guidance
End-to-end app development for AppExchange
Introducing Continuous Deployment processes and setting up
Bring ideas for process or efficiency improvements
Continual Improvement: With our culture of setting SMART goals, you will receive candid feedback weekly instead of waiting for quarterly or annual reviews to help you take timely corrective actions for your overall learning and development.
You will learn about how we manage our teams through metrics and how we deliver business value through our goal management techniques.
I heard you have a tracking tool to monitor your teams, why do you use it?
One of the key objectives of our productivity tracker is for it to be used by our Crossover partners to log time and eventually get paid. We also log information about our Crossover partners to understand what tools and applications they are using. This helps us to build work patterns of our people and identify best practices which we can share with all our teams.
Do you use Agile?
Like most organizations, we make use of subsets of Agile. The one key difference though is that our teams are highly specialized in the task they do. For example, we have a maintenance team whose only task is to fix bugs on our products. Rather than being product specialists they are process specialists.
How can I get promoted to new roles?
In order to move across roles you need to apply through our crossover portal. You should also be ensuring that your manager is always knowledgeable about any active applications you may have.
How do you measure the productivity of a team?
Every team has a metric which they deliver against; by default, every person within the team is measured by the same metric on a weekly basis. For example, the metric for our maintenance team is “number of bugs fixed”. The cost per unit of the maintenance team on a weekly basis is the total headcount cost of the team for a week divided by the number of bugs fixed during the same week.
Can I work part-time or in between jobs?
No, these are full-time posts requiring 40 hours per week Monday to Friday.