Software Developer – Transition to SalesForce

About the Position

Software Development
£40,000 - 50,000

Job Role

The first two months within the role will involve some extensive training and getting to grips with the Apex programming language whilst working towards your Salesforce accreditations and certifications before starting to contribute to client projects.

From then on you’ll be developing new features in Salesforce, integrating with internal services and 3rd parties. You’ll also work alongside the technical and functional consultants to assist with the configuration and customisation on client projects as well as offering your expertise to assist the business to improved their deployment and testing to be in line with the rest of their agile processes.

Requirements & Experience

They are ideally looking for individuals with a strong aptitude for programming, good problem solving skills and a strong object orientated development background in either Java or C# / .Net. They are really looking for someone who is keen to stay in the code and who is looking to become a key technical resource within the business.

Interview process will be completed via telephone and video meetings and the company has the ability to onboard remotely whilst lockdown is still in place.

Job Benefits

With a fantastic culture and working environment this is an opportunity not to be missed. They’re offering excellent career development opportunities, a strong starting salary and excellent benefits that include flexible working hours, work from home as well as structure training and development programs.

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