Salesforce.com Engineer

San Francisco

We are looking for a creative and motivated Salesforce.com engineer to own and build Order-to-Cash  functionality in SFDC and integrations with ERP and other engineering systems.

What you'll do

  • Translating business requirements into code that produces well-quantified data
  • Presenting the quantified data in a form that allows clients to better understand every step of their business process
  • Quickly ramp up and be productive by understanding the existing SFDC code and current business process
  • Design and Develop new Order Management functionality along with necessary workflows and integrations to other systems (ERP, and engineering systems)

What we're looking for

  • 3+ years of experience with Salesforce.com administration
  • 3+ years of experience with programming in APEX, Visualforce and the Web Services APIs
  • Ability to understand existing SFDC functionality and code custom extensions/modules wherever required
  • Ability to build custom integrations between SFDC and other software
  • Prior experience building custom Order Management systems in SFDC preferred

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