Lead – Salesforce Developer
- Bachelor’s degree in software
engineering, computer science or similar program
- Strong written and spoken
English language communication skills
- At least 4 years hands on
experience as a Salesforce software developer at a previous company
- Deep knowledge on Salesforce
configuration including objects, fields, profiles, roles, workflows,
approval processes, process builders, etc.
- Strong knowledge of APEX,
Visualforce and the Lightning platform development framework
- Solid understanding of
deployment processes and tools with regard to Salesforce
- Solid understanding of data
migration tools and processes with regard to Salesforce
- Solid experience and knowledge
developing integrations with Salesforce using REST or SOAP for example
- Ability to clearly articulate
how to design a scalable and flexible Salesforce application with proven
experience in coming up with solid solution designs in past projects
- Proven experience in managing
small teams of developers and conducting tasks such as code reviews,
capacity management, design reviews, etc.
Teamwork, quality of life,
professional and personal development: values that Virtusa is proud to embody.
When you join us, you join a team of 21,000 people globally that cares about
your growth — one that seeks to provide you with exciting projects, opportunities
and work with state of the art technologies throughout your career with us.
Great minds, great
potential: it all comes together at Virtusa. We value collaboration and the
team environment of our company, and seek to provide great minds with a dynamic
place to nurture new ideas and foster excellence.
Virtusa was founded on
principles of equal opportunity for all, and so does not discriminate on the
basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age,
non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran
status or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided
on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.
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