Posted 22 May 2023, 7:02 am

Full Stack Engineer with Salesforce at LeadIQ

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We are looking for someone to be responsible for the development, maintenance, and release of Salesforce applications, and their integration with other products from the LeadIQ platform. 

Responsibilities, not limited to:

- Translate functional requirements into technical design.
- Build scalable, maintainable, and reliable Salesforce applications that interact with external APIs.
- Write Apex code respecting best development practices.
- Build custom Lightning Web Components.
- Write reliable code and tests.
- Develop the product beyond the boundaries of Salesforce, using technologies like Javascript and Scala


- Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics or related degrees.
- 3+ years of experience as a Salesforce developer, working on complex Salesforce projects.
- Experience with Javascript and Scala is a big plus
- Intellectual curiosity
- Ability to achieve goals with minimal supervision.
- Strong working knowledge of development on Salesforce using APEX, LWC, Triggers and coding best practices.
- Should have knowledge about the configurable solutions like workflow rules, validation rules, process builder etc.
- Knowledge/Experience with Lightning Web Components and Salesforce integrations using REST/SOAP.
- Hands-on experience with code versioning systems similar to GitLab in continuous integration scenarios.
- Experience working in a team to deliver complex business projects.
- Salesforce developer certifications are nice to have, the associated knowledge is more important.

Nice to have:

- Experience developing Salesforce managed packages.
- Experience with OAuth 2.0.
- Experience with GraphQL.

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