Salesforce Developer 8/26/2016

Furniture Company Stamford, CT

Company
Furniture Company
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
29313748
AJE Ref #
575989764
Location
Stamford, CT
Job Type
Regular

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Role: Salesforce Developer

Location: Stamford, CT

Type: Fulltime

The ideal candidate will be able to support our existing customizations as well as develop new features and functionality in Salesforce. Since we have a tightly integrated combination of Salesforce and NetSuite, experience with either Boomi and/NetSuite is a huge plus. This position reports to the Director of Systems Development.

The following highlights the daily responsibilities and experience required to be considered for the position:

Daily Responsibilities

Perform technical analysis, design, configuration, and implementation support for system integrations and Salesforce customizations

Work collaboratively with other development team members on projects, enhancements, production issues and bug resolution

Adhere to change management policies and procedures (development, code reviews, deployments, etc)

Review escalated system issues and bugs from IS Helpdesk team to determine if technical changes are required

Partner with Business Analysts to review proposed resolutions for bugs/issues

Create and maintain documentation for new & existing customizations

Skills Required:

Salesforce Development/Customizations (API, APEX, Visual Force, Workflows, etc)

Javascript, XML, JSON, FTP, SOAP, REST

Strong analysis and troubleshooting ability

Attention to detail, strong communication skills

Self-motivated, action oriented

Desirable:

Create and maintain Boomi-based integrations

Integration of Saleforce and Netsuite

Netsuite API (SuiteTalk & SuiteScripting)

SOAP and ReST API development and consumption

Experience

Required

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or related discipline or equivalent experience

5+ years developing custom applications, OOP

2+ years customizing Salesforce and APEX programming