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Salesforce Developer

Up to 150,000 yearly

London, London, United Kingdom

Last Updated: 17/1/23

Job Description

Supermums is an award-winning recruitment company with a difference. We specialise in placing skilled candidates in flexible roles within the Salesforce ecosystem. We work with an exciting and impressive range of companies to support their recruitment process. The following job position is working for one of our clients and we welcome you to contact us for more information and discuss further if you feel you have the skills and experience to apply. If you would like to discuss any other potential jobs we may have available at the moment, then please register with us at https://supermums.org/recruitment/apply-for-salesforce-roles/

Salary: Up to $150,000 per annum

Location: California, USA - Hybrid

Term: Permanent

Details

A developer is required for a leading commercial travel organization, ideally based in California to be able to work occasional days in the office. The ideal candidate will have;-

  • No less than 3 years of experience in a developer role
  • Ideally have worked to developer via the admin route
  • Understand the role of a technical architect
  • Have a consultant mindset
  • Understand programming languages including;- Python, Java, HTML, Apex and be able to read and translate
  • Have experience of integrating an app into Salesforce
  • Admin Certification along with Platform Dev 1 and/or Platform Dev II

You will be happy working in a robust, friendly and social culture and be able to operate as a senior pair of hands.



Company Details

Our mission is to accelerate the careers of women and other professionals in the Salesforce eco-system through providing training and employment support. Supermums empowers mums (dads and those who aren’t parents) to develop their career in the Salesforce ecosystem. No matter what you are into, this innovative sector has a place for you and you don’t need to be techie to understand it...