Teladoc Health Inc. seeks a Senior Salesforce Developer at its facility located at 150 Evelyn Suite 150, Mountain View, California 94041. Develop customized solutions within the Salesforce platform to support critical business functions. Help shape Salesforce to meet project objectives, client requirements and company goals. Communicate with project managers, clients and other developers to design cohesive project strategies. Analyze project objectives and capability requirements, including specifications for user interfaces, customized applications and interactions with internal Salesforce instances. Support customized applications, user permissions, security settings, custom objects and workflow. Ensure effective collaboration throughout all phases of development, testing and deployment. Manage daily support and maintenance of internal Salesforce functionality. Conduct long-term improvement operations to ensure compatibility with evolving mission requirements. Maintain a flexible and proactive work environment to facilitate a quick response to changing requirements and objectives. Collaborate with various internal departments, including Marketing, Product Development and Operations, to ensure the Salesforce environment supports internal functionality and performance requirements. Find innovative ways to meet mission goals. Write Lightning Components, Visualforce Components, Batch classes, Apex triggers and test classes with a proficiency in HTML, Bootstrap, JQuery, CSS, Java and REST-based web services. Assist in data migration using Import wizard and Data Loader. Use Salesforce APIs to integrate Salesforce with third-party applications. Support connected apps in Salesforce by troubleshooting issues and modifying existing applications to meet changing business needs. REQS: This position requires a Bachelors degree, or foreign equivalent, in Computer Science, Information Technology, or a related field plus 4 years of professional work experience in software and salesforce application development. Additionally, the applicant must have professional experience with: (1). Developing Lightning Components, Lightning Controllers, Apex classes, Apex triggers, Visualforce pages, and Visualforce components for implementation of business requirements; (2). Implementing batch apex for processing of large number of records and schedule apex to run jobs at specific times; (3). Web technologies such as: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery and Bootstrap; (4). Connected apps and integrating Salesforce with external applications; (5). Developing and enhancing web service/API implementations including: XML, JSON, SOAP and REST; (6). Using SOQL and SOSL queries to retrieve data from Salesforce Objects; (7). Creating Apex classes and methods to provide access to Salesforce applications through the REST architecture; (8). Using tool Data Loader for Salesforce exports and imports and using version control system GIT and (9). IDEs like Eclipse IDE, Microsoft Visual Studio Code or Intellij. Apply below.

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