Responsible for supporting technical components resulting from client implementations for existing business, for facilitating routine manual and automated processes, as well as for initiatives related to extending existing client programs on a limited basis. Responsible for resolving Production issues for our internal and external business partners.
Provide appropariate levels of phone support to ensure identified service levels are achieved & delivers technical training and education programs aimed at increasing the skill set of the Technical Solutions Technicians
Salesforce declarative programming including change sets, test code, Salesforce.com API framework, 3rd party APIs, assignment rules, validation rules, visual workflow, process builder, custom reports, Apex REST API, and Developer Console.
Hands-on experience in: IBM Websphere Message Broker development, IBM MQ, ESQL; ideally experience with message mapping / transformation and other MQ based STP (straight through processing) interfaces.
The Full-Stack Developer is responsible for defining and developing technical components in support of client implementations for new business, as well as initiatives related to extending existing client programs. In addition, the Full-Stack Developer may assist in developing new components of our SaaS offering in accordance with the firms product roadmap. The Full-Stack Developer will also be responsible for resolving production issues for our internal and external business partners.
The successful candidate will be a strong communicator with deep technical skills and, more importantly, a pragmatist who can think outside the box. The individual must be highly collaborative as they will need to influence functional leadership, HR, Legal and Privacy as well as other security architects, engineers, developers.
Supports the development of products by working collaboratively with interdisciplinary teams to plan, direct, and (where applicable) perform human factors/usability engineering activities. Supports the design and evaluation of processes, products, and systems with respect to human factors/usability considerations (i.e. how intended users interact with systems given their goals, tasks, and environment).