Salesforce Developer

What you’ll be doing: As a Salesforce.com Developer, you will be critical to Blackbaud’s operational success, both in completing the transition to and providing ongoing support for Salesforce.com. Your work contributions will allow Blackbaud to do what we are so good at doing; helping the nonprofits focus more on their mission!

The Job: You will work within Agile/Scrum teams to analyze and solve business problems by documenting, designing, and implementing solutions. You’ll also administer customizations in Salesforce.com and develop custom APEX classes, triggers, and Visual Force pages, applying design patterns to control code execution, avoid runtime limits, and remain bulk-safe. If you have experience with APEX, SOQL, ServiceCloud, Communities, Marketo, Apttus, FinancialForce, or Chatter we want to hear from you!

Purpose: At Blackbaud, we believe the world would be a better place if good took over. If everyone on a mission to do good had the power to do even more. That’s why we come to work every day — to equip and connect the world’s philanthropic community so that good can take over.

People: We are Heart + Smart and have employees who are passionate about doing good and helping others with their philanthropic missions. They love museums, arts and culture, wildlife, feeding the hungry and helping to save lives. You will find a friend here and we hope you bring your friends too.

Place: Blackbaud’s Charleston headquarters, located on Daniel Island, provides an environment that helps our employees achieve balance, with convenient opportunities to step away from the office for a little personal time. Parks, a fishing dock and miles of trails surround the office. Onsite amenities include a full-service cafeteria, a complete gym facility and access to recreational space for gaming or social gatherings.

Other things you might care about: Competitive salary, four weeks of PTO, Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Flex spending accounts, tuition reimbursement, volunteer for vacation, onsite fitness facility, and community involvement.


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