Principle Studios is seeking an experienced Salesforce engineer who will set up new Salesforce instances, work with existing Salesforce instances to set up new features and maintain existing features, and recommend solutions for unique client problems. Candidates should have experience with Salesforce's CLI and Apex and be able to track changes via git. The ideal candidate will be eager to learn and grow with the industry and Principle Studios to create world-class applications of many varieties.

Responsibilities

Development. Independent exploration of established codebases brought to our team by clients to troubleshoot specific issues. Recommend solutions for client problems. Able to break down larger projects into smaller tasks for other developers to follow. Able to implement architectural and creative designs with accuracy and in a timely fashion. Provide time estimates for your own work.

Collaborating. Work with other engineers, designers, project managers, and quality assurance professionals, any of which may be either internal to Principle Studios or part of client teams. Communicate clearly over various mediums (such as email, Slack, internet conferencing, and technical documents) in accordance with internal and client standards.

Learning. Be able to self-teach new programming languages, techniques, and code bases as the industry and client needs shift. Seek to understand client domain structures and be ready to adjust your own mental model as projects evolve.

Leading. Be able to take initiative on projects and provide status reports as needed. Act as tech lead for some projects. Delegate simpler tasks to junior and mid-level developers. Enthusiastic about sharing what you have learned with other members of your team.

Qualifications

  • 5+ years of work experience in software engineering
  • Deep experience working in Apex
  • Thorough knowledge of Salesforce, including but not limited to workflows, lightning components, and add-ons.
  • Understanding of data governance, permissions models, and other security concerns.
  • Familiarity with OWASP Top 10 and mitigation techniques
  • Salesforce certification, preferably any of the Architect certifications or "Platform Developer II"

Although this job is remote, candidates must be in the United States to work. Unfortunately we can not sponsor work visas at this time.

Principle Studios provided the following inclusive hiring information:

We are an equal opportunity employer and considers all qualified applicants equally without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or disability status.

About Principle Studios

Principle was created as a lifestyle design and technology consultancy. Its goal is to prove that caring for our customer’s needs, caring for our community and caring for our team’s well-being are not mutually exclusive. So what does a lifestyle agency even mean? It means that we’ve established a different norm within our agency. The ‘life’ in lifestyle refers to the fact that we really do want you to have a life outside of work. Don’t misinterpret that. We value exceptional work, but we also value having an exceptional life.

We will forever be remote but we have tons of online collaboration. Principle doesn't have a strict top down culture and we have a strong mentor program with growth opportunities. We offer competitive salaries and great benefits. We have a kind and supportive culture and have created opportunities to give back to our employees’ communities. (see our Love in Action project on our website)

Diversity fuels our spirit. We have a commitment to inclusion across race, gender, age, religion, identity and experience that drives us forward every day.

Come on… we have a heart as a logo.

So what kind of people are we trying to be? Great question. At Principle, we are:

Kind - Quite simply, we strive to always be kind. To show kindness in how we speak to each other and to our clients. We are patient with irrational demands, and try to approach problems with hope instead of pessimism.

Generous - We never try to get by with the minimum. Whether it’s our work, our compensation, or our company policies, we go above and beyond wherever possible. We give generously of our time (to each other), our talents (to our clients), and our resources (to nonprofits that we support).

Honest - We believe that the best results come from collaboration, and for true collaboration, there must be open and honest feedback. While this can sometimes be difficult and awkward, the goal is for it always to be done in kindness (see point 1) with the goal of improvement. Whether it’s improvement on our work or our own character, we always want to be better.

Curious - We like to try new things. Sometimes they work, often they don’t… but we’re always looking for a new way to improve. We explore original ways to get from A to B, and we keep up with the latest and greatest (as well as the futures) of our disciplines.

Celebratory - We love having fun, and we love having fun together. We recognize wins (big and small) and we’re thankful for each other. We look for ways to encourage each other, and call out our peers for their hard work and unique talents.

Humble - Part of being honest (point 3) is knowing and admitting when we are wrong. This is completely ok, and we encourage it! We recognize that none of us live by these principles all the time - it’s an aspirational list. We’re a team of imperfect people who lean on each other to grow. We believe that we can accomplish far more together than we ever could on our own.