Salesforce Software Engineer

ActiveCampaign, Inc.Product Development 3-5 Years


Job does not require specific languages, Java

Job Description

We are currently seeking a talented Salesforce Software Engineer to join us as we extend our marketing platform and work to scale with our quickly growing user database. You will be responsible for the design, development, testing, and operation of customized Salesforce applications, components, and integrations. This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing organization that truly cares about its people and their personal development. Work with amazing people on an amazing product!

What your day could consist of:
- Work on a cross-functional team to build and improve the ActiveCampaign platform and its integration with Salesforce, and drive the team to design and build new features and advanced capabilities
- Optimize systems to improve stability, performance, and scalability
- Produce quality, tested code, and help define coding standards and best practices
- Ability to evaluate and communicate tradeoffs
- Keep informed on industry activity and advocate for new patterns or approaches when appropriate
- Mentor and grow fellow engineers
- Participate in external industry events and collaborations
- Fix bugs, identify and resolve root causes
- Participate in planning and stand-up meetings

What is needed:
- Proven experience with (APEX, VisualForce, Lightning Component framework) and Java
- JavaScript front-end development experience required (React, Angular, Ember)
- Experience developing on the platform & API’s
- Experience interacting with distributed systems a plus (Queuing Services, Message Notifications Services, File Stores, NoSQL Databases)
- Experience writing automated tests
- Care about the end user experience
- Excellent communication skills
- Being able to take a general idea and add your own insight and tweaks to it

Nice To Have:
- Experience with MVC frameworks a plus (i.e., Laravel, Django/Flask, Rails)
- Experience with ORM frameworks a plus (i.e., Doctrine, SQLAlchemy, ActiveRecord)

Posted On

May 22, 2019