What will your day look like?
In the role as Salesforce Developer, you are responsible for understanding the technical structure of a project. Your job will be to identify client requirements by researching concept, strategy and target for the project, followed by developing automations, coding and producing technical specifications, estimates, deployment plans and test methods.
Furthermore, your tasks include :
Who are you going to work with?
You will become part of an exciting and challenging professional environment, working closely with Architects, Developers and Technical Project Managers within the technical team, currently consisting of 150+ colleagues.
But you will also work with Data Specialists and Designers outside of your department. Our common feature is that we are all competent, respectful teammates who go the extra mile to help one another.
We value room for diversity, and you will get a chance to put a personal touch on your daily tasks while developing your professional skillset.
We are proud of our multicultural environment and easy-going, dynamic atmosphere where we not only work together we are great at having fun as well.
What do you bring to the table?
You are an outgoing and self-motivated person who contributes positively to the working environment with your team-player attitude.
Your previous experience with being a trusted adviser for clients and colleagues means that you are not afraid to express your opinion, and your organised approach helps you meet deadlines and break down projects into manageable chunks.
In addition, you have :
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