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The Salesforce team at Georgia Tech is hiring a **Lead Salesforce Architect**! Georgia Tech is growing their Salesforce team to support recruitment operations, student success initiatives (Advisor Link), and create great student experiences. The Lead Architect role will be responsible for planning several key existing and new integrations, controlling the data model, and ensuring proper solution design. We are looking for a team member that is passionate about creating great student experiences and developing new, innovative solutions to solve problems throughout a student's lifecycle. Salesforce experience is a preferred skill and not a requirement, but the candidate must have a very strong architect background with transferrable skills. This position is **fully remote**.\n\nWorking for Georgia Tech has many great benefits including great health/vision/dental insurance, fringe benefits, retirement options, flexible work schedules, healthy work/life balance, great vacation/sick benefits (15 vacation days per yr accrual for new employees to a max of 45 days carry-over), and even tuition assistance programs for furthering your education (tuition for most degrees is fully covered). In addition, GT has 4.4 stars on Glassdoor.com and is a great place to work if you want to be in a positive environment where you can see your work impact student success and outcomes rather than just chasing quarterly projections. \n\n# More Information\nThe Salesforce Architect is responsible for the technical architecture of Salesforce Applications and a trusted advisor and platform expert across Georgia Tech. If you're passionate about innovation, come help revolutionize how the Institute interacts with students across their lifecycle.\n\nAs responsible for the technical architecture, the Salesforce Architect supports the existing Salesforce landscape and designs and oversees the implementation of enterprise applications focused on the Salesforce platform. It also is responsible for mentoring the developer team and defining and enforcing all technical standards. As a trusted advisor, the Salesforce Architect demonstrates the capabilities of the platform and instructs an audience of IT and business stakeholders how to maximize its correct usage.\n\nIn this capacity, the candidate is an expert in implementing large scale enterprise applications, utilizing web-based technologies and applying enterprise system integration and security architectures (including hands-on implementing where required). Ideally, the candidate has a Salesforce.com experience and certification is advantageous. The candidate must also be able to lead technical requirements gathering sessions and articulate complex technical solutions to multiple audiences as well as write product requirements and technical architecture documents.\n\n## Required Qualifications\n### Educational Requirements\n* Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or related Field or equivalent combination of education and experience\n\n### Required Experience\n* Six to eight years of job related experience\n\n## Preferred Qualifications\n* 8+ years of experience implementing and integrating enterprise systems, preferably CRM or ERP with increasing complexity and responsibility.\n* Minimum 7+ years of development experience on the Salesforce platform including as a Technical leader in at least 2 Enterprise Salesforce implementations with over 300 users and multiple integration flows and data migrations\n* Strong expertise with the Salesforce platform including in two of the following modules: Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, Community Cloud, App Cloud\n* In-depth understanding of the capabilities and constraints of the Salesforce platform including scalability and large data volumes considerations. Understanding of best practices and design trade-offs, with the ability to communicate design choices\n\n### Preferred Educational Qualifications\n* Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, MIS or equivalent\n\n### Preferred Certifications:\n* At least 3 Salesforce certifications including 1 Designer level one\n* Salesforce Platform Developer I and II highly encouraged\n* Salesforce System and Application architect highly encouraged\n\n### Preferred Skills:\n* Strong understanding of SDLC methodologies (Agile, SCRUM, other)\n* Strong technical foundation:\n * Advanced structured programming and patterns (APEX, Force.com, .Net, Java)\n * Relational database concepts and structures and data modeling techniques\n * Structured system analysis and design methods\n * Integration patterns and protocols\n * Web and cloud architecture paradigms\n * Authentication and identity management\n * Mobile solutions and considerations\n* Proven ability to design and optimize business processes and to integrate business processes across disparate systems.\n* Participation in each phase of full Salesforce.com lifecycle implementations. Experienced in defining systems strategy and requirements, designing and prototyping, planning, testing, and supporting training efforts\n* Experience in Environment and Release strategies with the Salesforce platform and its DevOps tooling and metadata structure\n* Experience in the Higher Education industry and with Salesforce Education Cloud products.\n* Knowledge of common Salesforce AppExchange products and experience with vendor analysis\n* Experience working across technical and business stakeholders and leading design sessions.\n* Extensive experience with large volume data extraction, transformation, and load tools and data migration.\n* Expertise in Single Sign-On, Master Data Management, Business Intelligence Technologies, Social Enterprise Technologies, Data Warehousing.\n* Detail-oriented and motivated individual with the ability to rapidly learn and take advantage of new concepts, business models, and technologies.\n* Confident leader and communicator\n* Intensity, curiosity, drive and the desire to succeed\n* Resourceful and creative problem-solving skills\n* Excellent analytical skills and the ability to develop processes and methodologies\n* Team player with strong communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills\n \n\n#Salary or Compensation\n$82,000 — $111,500/year\n\n\n#Location\nπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ US-only


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The Salesforce team at Georgia Tech is hiring a **Lead Salesforce Developer**! Georgia Tech is growing their Salesforce team to support recruitment operations, student success initiatives (Advisor Link), and create great student experiences. The Lead Developer role is responsible for ensuring proper solution design and performance, continuing to expand our DevOps and CI/CD pipelines, and leading the team with implementing new solutions. We are looking for a team member that is passionate about creating great student experiences and developing new, innovative solutions to solve problems throughout a student's lifecycle. Salesforce experience is not a requirement, but must have a very strong development background with transferrable skills. This position is **fully remote**.\n\n# More Information\nThe Application Developer Lead is a full-stack developer on the Salesforce platform team that will lead the team in developing and enhancing key enterprise applications. The developer lead will be involved in designing applications from the data model level to the UI/UX level. The lead developer will also manage code review processes and be responsible for version control and CI/CD pipelines to ensure code is properly reviewed and adheres to best practices and team guidelines. The lead developer will be responsible for design and work with other developers for implementation of key integrations utilizing Mulesoft. The lead developer will ensure custom code solutions designed in Salesforce adhere to best practices and are performant. This is a key role in enhancing and creating innovative new applications for the campus community and a passion for creating great user experiences is paramount.\n\n## Required Qualifications\n### Educational Requirements\n* Bachelor's Degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience\n\n### Required Experience\n* Six to eight years of job related experience\n\n## Preferred Qualifications\n* Experience working in a Higher Education or Non-profit environment\n* Understanding of the application development lifecycle\n* Understanding and experience with: Databases, Object-Oriented Design, APIs, and UI/UX design\n* Understanding and experience working with TDD/BDD\n* Ability to work with Business Analysts to understand business requirements and develop appropriate solutions\n* Must be able to communicate ideas clearly and work collaboratively on the Salesforce platform team.\n* Must be technically skilled but also be able to understand business requirements and translate them into well-designed solutions.\n* Must be able to lead a team and help coach other developers on how to grow their skillset and abilities.\n\n### Preferred Educational Qualifications\n* Master's Degree in Computer Science or related field\n\n### Preferred Certifications:\n* Salesforce Certifications (Platform Developer I or II, Integration Architecture Designer, etc.)\n\n### Preferred Skills:\n* 3 or more years using git, Github, or version control systems\n* 3 or more years of experience integrating with REST APIs\n* 3 or more years working on an Agile team\n* 5 or more years of Apex, Java, C# .NET, or a scripting language such as Python or JS\n \n\n#Salary or Compensation\n$82,000 — $111,500/year\n\n\n#Location\nπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ US-only


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**Job Purpose**: Perform intermediate level system analysis, definition and design activities often of a complex nature for new software applications. Modify and maintain existing applications.\n \n**Major Responsibilities**:\n\n* Consult with users, analyze requirements and recommend technical design and specifications.\n* Develop, test and implement technical solutions.\n* Modify and maintain existing applications.\n* Prepare technical, operational and user related documentation in support of applications.\n* Provide technical support and training to functional users\n* Perform other related duties as assigned.\n\n**Basic Qualifications**:\n\n*  **Education**: Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience\n*  **Work Experience**: Two to four years job related experience.\n*  **Certifications**: N/A\n*  **Skills**: This job requires working knowledge and skills in application of query language, web development tools, procedural development tools, relational databases, structured programming and understanding of the software development life cycle.\n\n**Qualifications**\n \n**Preferred Qualifications**:\n\n*  **Preferred Education**: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field is preferred\n*  **Preferred Work Experience**: 2 or more years of experience working within an agile team. 2 or more years of experience working with Salesforce or other CRM technologies.\n*  **Preferred Certifications**: Salesforce Platform Developer I or other Salesforce certifications\n*  **Preferred Skills**:\n * Experience and familiarity with these tools or frameworks are preferred::\n * Lightning, Angular, React, or general JS experience\n * Apex, Java, C# .NET, or Python\n * MVC frameworks such as VisualForce or ASP .NET\n * git and GitHub or other similar version control tools\n * SOQL or any SQL variant\n * REST and SOAP API protocols\n * Integration tools such as Mulesoft, Zapier, Jitterbit, or Flow\n * Experience and familiarity with these best practices or methodologies is preferred:\n * Familiarity working in a CI/CD development environment\n * Experience with TDD and other software development best practices\n * Experience with SCRUM, Kanban, or other agile methodologies\n * Understanding of integration design patterns and best practices\n * Understanding of software design patterns and best practices\n\n**Additional Information**: The CRM Developer is responsible for designing, implementing, testing, and deploying CRM solutions (within the SalesForce.com environment) for Institute organizations. In addition to standard SFDC configuration, the CRM developer will be responsible for developing solutions that may leverage HTML, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX, and other technologies. The CRM developer will be responsible for the customization and configuration of standard and non-standard components required to meet business requirements in a very high quality and using software development best practices such as TDD, Agile, version control, and CI/CD. The CRM Developer must be able to communicate well with academic and business units who have varying technical abilities, as well as with staff, contractors, and vendors. The ideal candidate will be eager to learn, have a knack for solving problems, and excited to develop innovative solutions to complex business problems.\n \n**Remote candidates will be considered**.\n \n**Impact & Influence**: This position will interact on a consistent basis with: Other software developers and analysts, project managers, customers and department management. This position typically will advise and counsel: NA. This position will supervise: NA.\n\n**Department Description** \n\nThe Salesforce team within the OIT EIS department is a new and rapidly growing team that is focused on bringing innovative solutions to tough business challenges across a variety of stakeholders throughout the Institute. Our team is entrepreneurial, innovative, and collaborative and we solve tough challenges head-on in a supportive and enjoyable working environment.\n\nThe Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides information technology leadership and support to the Georgia Institute of Technology, working in partnership with academic and business units to meet the unique needs of a leading research university. OIT serves as the primary source of enterprise-wide information technology and telecommunications services in support of students, faculty, staff, and researchers. Services and resources range from operating and maintaining Georgia Tech's leading-edge wired and wireless networks,\nwhich provide Internet and research network connectivity, to protecting the integrity of the Institute’s data and critical administrative systems.\n\nThe Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) Directorate is comprised of several key groups working cooperatively together to implement, enhance and support the strategic institute initiatives and projects related to Georgia Tech’s enterprise administrative/business and academic information systems.\n\n**Job**: Information Technology\n**Primary Location**: Georgia-Atlanta or Remote\n**Organization**: Office of (OIT) Information Technology\n**Job Posting**: Sep 4, 2019, 1:19:18 PM\n\n**Hiring Range**: N/A\n**Schedule**: Full-time \n\n#Salary or Compensation\n$75000/year\n\n\n#Location\nπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ US-only


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