Senior Salesforce Software Engineer

 

Location: New York City 

 

About DoubleVerify: 

DoubleVerify is the leading independent provider of marketing measurement software, data and analytics that authenticates the quality and effectiveness of digital media for the world's largest brands and media platforms. DV provides media transparency and accountability to deliver the highest level of impression quality for maximum advertising performance.

 

Since 2008, DV has helped hundreds of Fortune 500 companies’ gain the most from their media spend by delivering best in class solutions across the digital ecosystem, helping to build a better industry. Learn more at www.doubleverify.com.

 

About the role:

As a Senior Salesforce Software Engineer, you will be working with a talented team responsible for enabling clients to successfully setup and operate DoubleVerify’s rich suite of products. You will develop server-side code and APIs to integrate multiple systems implemented in different technologies. You will be responsible for developing client-facing front end solutions used by DoubleVerify’s clients and the Client Services team. You will be closely coordinating and working with multiple development, product, and account management teams.

 

What you’ll do: 

  • Developing Salesforce server-side code in Apex to integrate several operational systems and to enhance the core business logic.
  • Designing, developing and documenting APIs to be used by partners and other development teams.
  • Developing Salesforce client-side visualizations for a UI driven product with Angular, VisualForce and Javascript
  • Collaborating and participating in project meetings.
  • Analyzing data to test the correctness and effectiveness of the integrations by querying the database. 
  • Manage internal salesforce instance and metadata including SObjects, Permissions, Page Layouts, etc.
  • Participate in on call rotation as necessary

 

Who you are:

  • At least 5+ years of hands-on Salesforce development experience coding with Visualforce, Apex, triggers, HTML, CSS, JavaScript (jQuery) and other SFDC components.
  • At least 2 years of experience of Salesforce Object design, SOQL, and SOSL
  • At least 2 year of hands-on engineering experience in Java, .Net and/or python
  • Experience with Salesforce Deployment tools such as ant migration tool, salesforce cli and salesforce dx
  • Ability to use out-of-the-box Salesforce functionality as well as building a custom solution on top of the framework’s building blocks
  • Experience with Salesforce Deployment tools (such as ant)experience
  • Experienced working with SQL
  • Familiarity with REST APIs
  • Excellent communication skills and a team player.
  • Experience authoring and designing a web-based API is a plus.
  • Angular and TypeScript knowledge is a plus
  • Familiarity with Application hosting such as Docker is a plus

 



The successful candidate’s starting salary will be determined based on a number of non-discriminating factors, including qualifications for the role, level, skills, experience, location, and balancing internal equity relative to peers at DV.
The estimated salary range for this role based on the qualifications set forth in the job description is between [86,000- $171,000]. This role will also be eligible for bonus/commission (as applicable), equity, and benefits.
The range above is for the expectations as laid out in the job description; however, we are often open to a wide variety of profiles, and recognize that the person we hire may be more or less experienced than this job description as posted.

Not-so-fun fact: Research shows that while men apply to jobs when they meet an average of 60% of job criteria, women and other marginalized groups tend to only apply when they check every box. So if you think you have what it takes but you’re not sure that you check every box, apply anyway!

 

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