Salesforce Engineer (Tri-State)
New York , New York
December 15, 2017
An Engineer provides technical expertise and implementation skills for specific technical objectives within a work stream. He/she demonstrates expertise related to some or all of the following: emerging web technologies, web design integration, prototyping, database driven content, and web-based user interfaces.
An Engineer has the ability to learn, analyze, and apply new technologies quickly to implement technical deliverables and is capable of collaborating on advanced technical consultative services during both the duration of a delivery engagement.

This person is responsible for developing in D/HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Apex, VisualForce, Lightning, JavaScript, and emerging technologies. A strong understanding of relational databases with a developed competency around MS SQL Server, MYSQL, or Oracle is highly desirable; Familiarity with relational data models is a must. He/she is responsible for contributing to multiple technical projects at one time and may be asked to coordinate junior or global resources from time to time.

We're the proven Salesforce strategic partner for a reason- our technology-driven method combines our team's years of experience with cloud solutions that continually connect our clients with their customers. We specialize in leading cloud technologies like Salesforce, but our clients come to Bluewolf for so much more than our technical expertise. We serve a community of future-focused industry leaders dedicated to building the next generation of digital experiences. The way we see it, when business is done in real time on the cutting edge, it's always now.

We are seeking candidates who live in the New York area.

  • Work effectively individually and with team members to achieve customer satisfaction and success
  • Design and develop customer solutions in VisualForce, Apex, Lightning, D/HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and other technologies
  • Technical code achieves passing rating during regular review
  • Build integration jobs based on instructions and pre-established guidelines from a Technical Architect using existing tools available
  • Facilitate code sharing and control by regularly submitting code to concurrent version system repository
  • Travel likely: 50-75%
  • Requirement to be onsite in Brighton minimum 3 days per week
  • Achieve certification requirements; Platform Developer I and II

In order for IBM to offer a wide range of opportunities to applicants and to afford IBM flexibility in staffing across its corporate structure, your application and information may be shared across our enterprise, including with and among our subsidiaries and affiliates worldwide. One of these affiliates is Bluewolf, an IBM Company. By submitting your application and information you acknowledge and agree that your information will be used and made available to our subsidiaries and affiliates, and that you may be interviewed by, or ultimately offered employment by, any of IBM's subsidiaries and affiliates

Working for IBM you can expect a learning culture where teamwork and collaboration are encouraged, excellence is rewarded and innovation is valued and respected. We empower our team members to build successful and rewarding careers. Starting at the interview process and continuing throughout your career, you always have access to our leadership team - as mentors, team members and often working side by side on projects. We want you to have more than just a job...IBM has your long term career goals in mind.

 Be aware that IBM employees interested in joining Bluewolf, a subsidiary of IBM, must resign from their position within the IBM organization in order to be hired by Bluewolf. Transfer of employment is expected to take place in 2018.

A little about us:
IBM is the world’s largest information technology company with more than 360,000 employees serving clients in 170 countries.

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