Salesforce Developer – Greenfield With Apex & A Pension
If you could find a Salesforce Developer job that makes your heart happy, it would definitely involve greenfield development of multiple applications. If you could find one that puts your mind at ease, it would be at an incredibly stable company that offers a great 401k match as well as a pension after 5 years. You’ve found exactly what you want here!
With thousands of dedicated employees and a top-notch reputation, this exemplary organization has built an impressive repertoire of applications over the years but they never rest on their laurels. Instead, they’re focused on the future and they’re in the midst of a major modernization phase! It’s an exciting time to join their team and put your Apex and Visualforce experience to good use as you execute greenfield development and migrate existing applications to the Salesforce platform. As long as you don’t have a business meeting, you can wear jeans to work in this business casual environment filled with friendly people who love what they do every day. You’ll also get great perks like tuition reimbursement and partial telecommuting so you can keep your skills sharp and your work-life balance on point.
The easiest part of this job: This company has thrived for decades and decades so stability is basically guaranteed here. Plus, they offer a pension after your first 5 years with them so it’s a great place to plant your roots & grow!
The hardest part of this job: If you focus on Salesforce administration instead of development this won’t be the right job for you.
Focus on greenfield development with Apex & Visualforce in a super stable company that offers rare perks like a pension in this Salesforce Developer opportunity.
What’s in it for you?
– Competitive Salary
– Tuition Reimbursement
– 401k $1 for $1 Match up to 1%, $0.50 on the $1 Match up to 6%
– Pension after 5 Years
– Partial Telecommuting
– 17 Days PTO
– Paid Holidays
What you’ll be doing:
– Execute greenfield development with Apex & Visualforce
– Build multiple applications
– Migrate existing applications to the Salesforce platform
What you need: