Salesforce Developer I (New York) - Bluewolf

Are you a champion of agile methodologies? Passionate about development processes and innovative design? We may have just the job you're looking for! We are Bluewolf, an IBM company and we are actively searching for a creative Junior Developer to join our compelling team. As a Junior Developer, you will be tasked with the following:

  • Development of web applications using Cloud platforms
  • Interacting with Force.com, Heroku, and AWS building both back-end and front-end solutions
  • Utilizing TDD and pair programming
  • Participate in daily scrums, code reviews and weekly meetings
  • Join client meeting to communicate status, give demos, provide timelines and offer insight
Bluewolf, an IBM Company, is an award-winning Salesforce consulting agency that builds solutions to produce memorable customer and employee experiences. As Salesforce's longest-standing partner, we've logged over sixteen years of transformative work for companies of all sizes, and can work with you to achieve results, now. At Bluewolf, it's always about being 100% real. We're all about defying conventional thinking, creating new methods and using proven insight to create successful, measurable business outcomes. We're bound to each other by a passion for finding answers and never giving up. We admire independence and independent thinking and we love personalities that don't fit molds. If that fits your mold of what you seek in an employment opportunity, we encourage you to apply TODAY! The future is always NOW. Find out why your future should be with Bluewolf.


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