Birmingham, West Midlands
£35000 - £45000 per annum + generous training allowance
8 months ago
Salesforce Engineer (Lightning, Apex, Visualforce, Git)
Do you have a passion for architecting Salesforce solutions that helps your clients succeed?
A Birmingham based technology agency has a large project to implement Salesforce for a new client account, and are looking for an additional Salesforce Engineer to join their rapidly expanding team.
The agency have a disruptive Agile team of Salesforce Engineers, who use their experience and critical thinking to challenge Salesforce architecture and deliver results that exceed their client's expectations.
The business offers a suite of Salesforce solutions to their clients including migration of teams to Salesforce, integration of Salesforce into the wider business architecture, and investigation of how to optimise user experience.
Since 2005, they have built strong and long relationships with their partners, working with a number of big brand household names.
The successful Salesforce Engineer should be passionate about development and have experience or exposure to the Lightning Framework, Apex, Visualforce pages, and Version Control (preferably GIT).
As Salesforce Engineer you will have a strong grasp of Salesforce essentials e.g. products, opportunities, leads, reporting, security/sharing, automation (workflow rules, process builder), and importing data (typically from spreadsheets), ability to document requirements/specifications, knowledge of REST, best practices and Git, as well as ideally hold a Salesforce certification.
There is a significant individual learning, certification and training budget, so this is a great opportunity for a Salesforce Engineer who wants to broaden their tech knowledge or wants to challenge themselves.
Further to this, there is paid overtime, flexitime and private medical health insurance.
Interested in finding out more about this role as Salesforce Engineer?
Please get in touch - email@example.com / 020 8971 1883
Please note sponsorship is unavailable for this role.