Description The engineer will work in the IT Apps Development team and be responsible for design, development, unit testing, and post-release support of applications that are used by a variety of customers as well as internal users at Salesforce.com. The ideal candidate will be able to learn quickly, work in a fast paced, team driven environment, and have the ability to communicate well with non-technical staff.
Responsibilities - Design, and develop solutions on Force.com Platform-as-a-Service, using Apex programming language and Visual Force MVC. - Develop software solutions using Java (SE & EE), Salesforce.com API framework, and 3rd part APIs. - Improve architecture and optimize performance of very complex software systems. Troubleshoot and resolve problems. - Work with Quality Assurance to help design, plan and automate functional and performance testing.
Required skills - 3+ years of Force.com experience - Strong Java application development experience (J2SE and J2EE) - Proficiency in SQL & PL/SQL tuning and query optimization techniques - Experience with web programming including JSF and JSP. - Experience with Web Services development - Experience building usable and scalable systems or applications. - Strong object oriented design skills and experience using design patterns. - Ability to learn and adapt quickly in a dynamic environment. - Ability to work on multiple projects against aggressive deadlines. - Bachelor's Degree in computer science or electrical engineering.
Desirable skills - Experience in Oracle Financial Applications. - Experience developing e-commerce portals
Desirable skills - Experience developing business process related applications or integrations. - Grasp of general back-office business processes and specifically Quote-to-Cash process. - Java Tuning (memory and performance management, memory leaks, crash forensics).
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