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Salesforce Senior Software Engineer (remote virtual home office eligible)

Description
The Senior Software Engineer codes software applications based on business requirements. The Senior Software Engineer work assignments involve moderately complex to complex issues where the analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors.
Responsibilities
The Senior Software Engineer standardizes the quality assurance procedure for software. Oversees testing and debugging and develops fixes. Researches complaints and makes necessary adjustments and/or recommendations to resolve complex software related issues. Begins to influence department's strategy. Makes decisions on moderately complex to complex issues regarding technical approach for project components, and work is performed without direction. Exercises considerable latitude in determining objectives and approaches to assignments.
Required Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field
Five+ years of experience designing, developing, and testing of software applications and/or infrastructure
Development experience using Eclipse, Apex, VisualForce, Workflows, Triggers, Validation rules, XML, HTML, SOQL, and SQL
Understanding of System Integration Testing, Load Testing, User Acceptance, Test Class coverage, Testing, and Salesforce.com Cloud Integration
Comprehensive understanding of SDLC, OO principles and design patterns
Preferred Qualifications
Master's Degree
Database experience with Oracle, MS SQL Server, or DB2
Development experience using CSS and XSLT
Experience with SOAP/WSDL and REST APIs
Experience in TFS/VSTS
Experience in Salesforce Lightning Process Builder
Salesforce.com Certifications
Salesforce.com Certified Force.com Developer
Salesforce.com Certified Administrator
Salesforce.com Certified Advanced Administrator
Salesforce.com Certified Service Cloud Consultant
Working knowledge of Salesforce.com Service Cloud, .Net and mainframe development
Additional Information
Scheduled Weekly Hours
40

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