Senior Developer - Salesforce

Dropbox simplifies the way people work together. Hundreds of millions of people around the world use Dropbox to work the way they want, on any device, wherever they go. As we scale our global brand, there’s plenty of space for you to grow alongside us and simplify life for millions of people globally.
 

Team Description

Our finance team builds the financial infrastructure to scale our growing company. We combine analytical and strategic thinking to develop a sound financial future for our global brand. We work closely with teams across the company, as well as with external partners.
 

Role Description

As the Senior Salesforce Developer for our Business Technology team, you’ll play a key role in designing the systems our business teams need to scale. You will work cross-functionally with Sales, Finance, and engineering to design and build solutions for Dropbox’s unique business needs.
 
Analytical rigor and strategic thinking are essential and you’ll be getting your hands dirty driving real, sustainable impact. You will interact directly with Dropbox leads to help inform your insights and will coordinate cross-functionally across all parts of the Dropbox team engineering, sales, finance, IT to execute initiatives designed to scale our internal systems.
 
Responsibilities:
  • Manage communications, conflicts, and negotiations related to overall solutions design
  • Run code reviews for the team, providing direct feedback to ensure quality development
  • Design, build, and deliver project work in coordination with product engineering
  • Lead develop efforts on complex technical builds
  • Foster trusting relationships with internal customers
  • Ask the hard questions to ensure development of the correct solution
  • Continuously improve processes and technology
  • Be a global thinker and solve the overall problem instead of identifying point solutions
  • Mentor members on the team on Salesforce, design, and project execution fundamentals   
Requirements: 
  • 4+ years of development experience with Salesforce.com
  • 2+ years administration experience with Salesforce.com
  • 4+ years experience developing technical roadmaps and deploying software initiatives
  • Salesforce.com Developer certification required
  • Salesforce.com Advanced Developer certification a plus
  • Experience with SOAP and REST API frameworks required
  • Outstanding leadership, facilitation and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to effectively collaborate and influence cross-functionally
  • Strong situational analysis and decision making abilities
  • The ability to apply architectural principles, methods, and tools to business challenges
  • Exceptional communication skills and the demonstrable ability to communicate appropriately at all levels of the organization; this includes written and verbal communications as well as visualizations
Benefits and Perks
  • 100% company paid individual medical, dental, & vision insurance coverage
  • 401k + company match
  • Market competitive total compensation package
  • Free Dropbox space for your friends and family
  • Wellness Reimbursement
  • Generous vacation policy
  • 10 company paid holidays
  • Volunteer time off
  • Company sponsored tech talks (technology and other relevant professional topics)
 
Dropbox is an equal opportunity employer. We are a welcoming place for everyone, and we do our best to make sure people feel supported and connected at work. Groups like Women at Dropbox, [email protected], Black Dropboxers, and Pridebox (for LGBTQ employees and allies) are a big part of that effort.

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