IT Software Developer - Salesforce in Hillsboro, OR



$80K - $100K


Software Development


Less than 5 years

Job Description

We are looking for IT Software Developer that will design, develop, and support enterprise computer applications used by the business. Designing these systems includes system architectural aspects, such as how these applications interact with other systems, and how employees and external personnel interact with these systems. Supporting these systems requires an understanding of business needs and the technical capabilities of each system to proactively resolve issues and to advance system capabilities.

What You'll Do:

  • Perform development work with SaaS applications, PROS Smart CPQ and Salesforce. CRM
  • Develop, test and implement bug fixes and modifications to existing product model configurations
  • Develop, test and implement new product model configurations
  • Develop, test and implement APEX, Visualforce , Process Builder, Flow, Workflow, Lightning Components within the
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Valid through: 2020-1-20

About Planar Systems

Planar Systems, Inc. is a U.S. digital display manufacturing corporation based in Hillsboro, Oregon. Founded in 1983 as a spin-off from Tektronix, it was the first U.S. manufacturer of electroluminescent (EL) digital displays. Planar currently makes a variety of other specialty displays. It is a subsidiary of Shenzhen, China-based Leyard Optoelectronic Co.. Planar was founded in 1983 by Jim Hurd, Chris King, John Laney and others as a spin-off from the Solid State Research and Development Group of the Beaverton, Oregon, based Tektronix. In 1986, a division spun off from Planar to work on projection technology, InFocus. In 1991, FinLux, a competitor in Espoo, Finland was purchased and is now the companys European headquarters. Planars executives took the company public in 1993, listing the stock on the NASDAQ boards Planar acquired Tektronixs avionics display business, creating the short-lived Planar Advance in 1994. Standish Industries, a manufacturer of flat panel LCDs in Lake Mills, Wisconsin, was sold to Planar in 1997. This plant was closed in 2002 as worldwide LCD manufacturing shifted to East Asian countries.
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