Company Overview:

Founded in 2009, Silverline is one of the largest pure-play Salesforce services partners in the world! Silverline is made up of a diverse group of people with the same goal: to make our clients’ lives easier through technology. Our focus is exclusively to help clients deploy, manage, and enable continuous value with Salesforce’s portfolio of products. Silverline’s deep industry expertise in Financial Service, Insurance & Healthcare & Life Sciences along with proven proprietary IP provides differentiated and transformational solutions to our clients.

 

As a Top Tier Global Summit level Salesforce Partner, Silverline provides strategy, advisory, technical implementation, and ongoing managed services to enable organizations to achieve maximum value with the Salesforce platform. From strategy and implementation to managed services, we guide Financial Services, Insurance and Healthcare industry clients to success — enabling continuous value with the Salesforce platform.

 

We are also proud to have been named #1 Best Places to Work among small and medium sized companies in the annual Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards 2018…Come join the Team and see for yourself how awesome we are!!

 

Position Overview:

A Silverline Developer has the ability to learn, analyze, and apply new technologies quickly to solve business problems. This person is responsible for developing in Apex, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Lightning Web Components, Aura and other technologies, and has a strong understanding of relational databases. An ideal candidate provides technical leadership by applying the correct software design patterns for the problem at hand. The result of this technical leadership is incredibly important to Silverline; it provides modular, high performance code that can be used and re-used to meet interesting requirements across industries.  In order to provide this leadership, the candidate should demonstrate thoughtful leadership related to emerging web technologies, web design integration, prototyping, database driven content, and web based user interfaces.  

 

Silverline’s clients are leading-edge organizations that are/have selected Salesforce.com to advance their business and the Developer is an essential member of the team.

 

Silverline combines a relaxed environment with a welcoming, eclectic team. The company fosters success by investing in the skills and development of its staff. This is done through programs like paid education benefits and by fostering ideas with internal projects. Existing developers and technical architects are passionate about technology, and constantly make one another better by sharing insights and experiences.

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Responsible for designing, developing and implementing customer facing solutions on the Salesforce platform
  • Work effectively individually and with members of their project and client teams
  • Design and develop solutions in LWC, Aura, Apex, HTML, CSS, JavaScript and other technologies
  • Learn, improve, and expand Silverline code quality, design, and version control best practices
  • Collaborate with both onshore and offshore team members to deliver quality code
  • Conduct technical process reviews, technical UAT’s, and work in partnership with client business units and project stakeholders
  • Achieve Salesforce.com certification requirements

 

Attributes of the Silverline Salesforce Developer:

  • Able to adapt and deliver solutions in a dynamic environment
  • Driven by customer success with a team player attitude
  • Enthusiastic, professional, and confident personality, with a focus on customer success
  • Excellent listening skills to fully understand the customer requirements and pain points
  • Ability to translate project requirements into detailed implementation plans
  • Technical acumen to convert plans into real solutions that work
  • Works well under pressure to meet ongoing and overlapping deadlines within short time constraints

 

Required Education & Experience:

  • B.S. degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, MIS or equivalent
  • 2+ years of experience with technical implementations of software development projects
  • Application development experience with Apex, JavaScript, Java, C#, SQL or similar
  • Proficiency with APIs --  REST and SOAP-based web services (SOA)
  • Experience in Object Oriented concepts and design, experience with OO languages

 

Preferred Skills & Attributes:

  • Strong presentation and communication skills
  • Polyglot with experience in both OO and functional programming languages like Java, Ruby, Python, JavaScript
  • Proficient in SFDC technologies including configuration and custom development
  • Active in the Salesforce or other technical communities in the form of blogs, stack exchange posts, github and the like. 
  • One or more current Salesforce.com certifications 
  • Strong understanding of relational databases 
  • Seeking full-time employment 
  • Location of preference: resides in/plans to reside in Omaha, NE – flexible
  • Must be eligible to work for any US employer

 

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