Ramp is building the modern financial stack that enables companies to accelerate growth without compromising on their finances. We’re on a mission to uncover and eliminate waste before it can undermine our customer’s goals and make financial rigor easy by enabling real-time visibility and understanding of every dollar spent. Ramp was founded by the same team who built, scaled, and sold Paribus to Capital One, enabling automated savings on online purchases and putting over $100 million back in consumers’ pockets every year. We are backed by Founders Fund, Coatue, and Box Group, and more than 50 founders of leading companies. 

About the Role

Ramp is in a critical phase of growth. We grew 60x in 2020 and are building out a talented Revenue Operations team to ensure we maintain this trajectory for years to come. You’ll work directly with our Sales Operations to translate business requirements into well-architected solutions that best leverage the Salesforce.com platform. You will collaborate closely with our Sales, Marketing, Account Management, Product, Risk, and Operations teams to deliver on ambitious growth goals. This is a key role where you will be uniquely positioned to impact the full picture of Ramp’s growth efforts across all functions.

What You’ll Do

  • Design, develop, test (including UAT), document, and deploy high-quality business solutions in our Salesforce platform using best practices with imperative (Apex classes/triggers) or declarative programming 
  • Collaborate with operational stakeholders, including defining requirements, proposing solutions, and setting priorities
  • Provide direction and technical management for the planning, design, implementation, integration, and operation of all go-to-market systems interacting with SFDC
  • Handle numerous projects/priorities using proven project management methodologies and sound development practices to ensure quality and timely delivery of solutions
  • Troubleshoot technical bugs and broken systems to deliver support and solutions 
  • Translate SFDC technical capabilities into accessible communication for end users

What You’ll Need

  • 3+ years of experience developing directly in the Salesforce platform in B2B SaaS or Fintech
  • You have good knowledge and development experience in Visualforce, Apex programming, Force.com APIs, SOQLs, Governor Limits, Declarative Automation, Rest/SOAP APIs, and Web Services
  • You have ample experience identifying what solutions are best done in code or in declarative solutions, and effectively communicating the rationale behind your recommendations
  • You have the ability to evaluate complex business problems and turn them into solutions
  • You are a master of SFDC customizations, identifying the source of undesired results within a system, and troubleshooting how to fix bugs
  • You have hand-on experience documenting processes and code in a manner that makes sense to both end-users and peers

Nice to Haves

  • SFDC certifications
  • Mastery of SOQL
  • Working knowledge of SQL and ETL
  • Experience in high-growth startups and/or high-growth technology companies
  • Passion for or curiosity to learn about financial technology

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