Salesforce Engineer

About the Team: 

Capco specializes in advisory, implementation, and delivery of client-centered solutions across Financial Services, Energy and the Insurance industries. We support modern platform implementations, product innovation, digital transformations, end-to-end IT delivery embedded with DevOps practices and service-oriented architecture, omni-channel standardization, cloud-based data management, predictive data analytics. Working in collaboration with our digital team and industry domain practices, we advise clients with solution offerings to leverage technology to deliver efficiency, optimization and end-customer satisfaction.

 About the Job:

This job requires you to work in collaborative environment where business, technology and strategy teams align to accomplish a large-scale enterprise-wide digital transformation. The role will be client facing and serve as the lead engineer on a scrum team that is part of many other scrum teams executing against a SF transformative sprint backlog. The ability to work with large teams in both onshore and offshore setting will be critical to the success of the engagement. Mortgage domain expertise is preferred, banking expertise is required.

 What You’ll Get to Do:

  • Work in a highly agile, collaborative, and competitive environment on Salesforce implementation and modern technology stack
  • Provide engineering leadership and delivery services to large financial clients
  • Align with business and strategy stakeholders to ensure project delivery is meeting high quality and business needs

 What You’ll Bring with You:

  • Experienced Salesforce FSC (Financial Services Cloud) engineer with hands on experience on Mulesoft, ETL, Oracle DB, Github & JIRA
  • Experience in DevOps and CI/CD process & Udeploy
  • Experience with agile delivery
  • Selenium Test automation experience
  • 5 years of Object-Oriented experience
  • 3 years of Salesforce developer experience
  • Experience with Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) tools
  • Experience designing software solutions using software architecture design principles 
  • Experience in architecture, development, implementation, or support of CRM (Customer Relationship Management) Systems in a financial services environment
  • Agile expertise is required
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Good communication skills

 Why Capco?

A career at Capco is a chance to help reshape the competitive landscape in financial services.  We launch new banks, transform existing ones, and help our clients navigate complex change.  As consultants, we work on the front-end business design all the way through to technology implementation.

We are the largest Financial Services focused consultancy in the world, serving everyone from global banks to emerging FinTechs, from strategy through digital transformation, design, business consulting, data and analytics, cyber, cloud, technology architecture, and engineering.

Capco is a young and growing firm. We maintain an entrepreneurial spirit and growth mindset and have minimal bureaucracy. We have no internal silos that get in the way of your career opportunities or ability to focus on our clients and make a difference to the business. We offer the opportunity for everyone to learn rapidly, take on tough challenges, and get promoted quickly. We take pride in our creative, collaborative, diverse, and inclusive culture, where everyone can #BYAW.

We offer highly competitive benefits, including medical, dental and vision insurance, a 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement, and a work culture focused on innovation and creation of lasting value for our clients and employees. 

Ready to take the Next Step 

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.  This is an opportunity to make a difference and contribute to a highly successful company with a significant growth trajectory.

This position may be performed remotely anywhere within the United States except the State of Colorado.

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