Work with Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management’s Web & Database Programming team to develop an online application for the Admissions team. We will construct a Website to gather MBA applications using Salesforce’s Visualforce development platform. The site will be responsive, built upon the Bootstrap framework, and will be fully integrated with Admissions’ business processes.
This position will be responsible for developing the entire Web application based on requirements gathered by the project architect, and will work closely with team members who will develop the CRM end within Salesforce. This is a 9-month term position, and the goal is to launch this fully constructed and tested application at the end of July, 2014. The remaining time will be spent making any follow-up changes to this application and on other closely-related Web projects.
More than 2 years experience.
Experience developing Web applications, specifically complex forms and responsive design.
Proven experience with advanced programming and scripting languages. Apex code preferred.
Experience with HTML, XML, and responsive frameworks. Bootstrap preferred.
Experience with Salesforce Visualforce development desired.
Experience with Salesforce CRM preferred.
Experience with SQL preferred
Some experience with front end UI design preferred
E-commerce integration skills
Background check is required. No relocation assistance is provided for this position. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
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In order to be considered for this position you must apply at:
by March 14, 2014.