Salesforce Applications Developer

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Compensation: 110000.0 USD – 120000.0 USD / Year

***We are unable to work with 3rd-party or corp-to-corp candidates for this position***
Our client is currently seeking a Salesforce Developer to add to the team. The ideal candidate will champion and deliver high-quality Salesforce Applications for the enterprise. The role is a mix of user-interface development based on Lightning Web Components with backend Apex coding.  HTML, CSS, Javascript chops will be critical. Also, soft skills related to communication and teamwork will be beneficial. 

It is an exciting time to join the organization. A rapidly growing, 4 years old, startup with friendly people, strong benefits and a world-improving mission. The CTO, CEO and entire company is committed to high-quality data and systems.  Salesforce is critical to our future, and you can be a driving factor in its success.
If you’re interested in having a huge impact on the company and how it uses Salesforce, and you have the skills and energy, please contact us.
Responsibility for the Salesforce Developer

  • Build cutting edge, highly customized Experience Cloud sites to support our partners and customer
  • Build and enhance Lightning Web Components to deliver custom, handcrafted experiences
  • Develop Apex classes to support Experience Cloud sites
  • Coordinate with any 3rd party custom salesforce development
  • Troubleshoot any salesforce application or administration issues
  • Propose novel uses of salesforce as our development platform of choice
  • Celebrate wins!

Skills & Characteristics

  • Front end development: HTML, CSS, Javascript, Web standards
  • Salesforce development:  SFDX, Lightning Web Components, Experience Cloud


  • Skilled – broad experience with Salesforce
  • Smart – no problem is too hard
  • Positive – we’ve got a great culture and we’re keeping it that way
  • Energetic – we move fast

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