Be more than part of the machine

Digital Mass is looking for new school devs who think out of the sandbox.

You want to do the best work. You want to work at the best place. Why not have both?

The walls around SF are down. Be among the next young cohort to truly innovate customer-focused tech solutions.

 

What the position will look like…

Our next Associate Salesforce Developer will be a dependable individual who is able to develop and maintain Salesforce customizations. This position directly services client projects by programming Salesforce custom components. You’d be a good fit if you are a self-starter, have good communication skills, and are eager to learn. Having working knowledge of the Salesforce architecture will help you progress much faster in this position.

 

You’ll be responsible for…

  • Participating in the full application life cycle: technical design, development, testing, deployment, and post-release support.
  • Creating, managing, and debugging: flows, workflows, process builder, apex classes, VF Pages, aura components, and LWCs.
  • Collaborating with colleagues to design an overall solution and detailed documentation to support business needs.
  • Collaborating with project teammates to test and verify that solutions will meet the business requirements.
  • Participating in key meetings including requirement sessions, grooming, planning, system demos, user acceptance testing, and end-user training.

 

The table stakes…

  • Ability to exercise good judgment, decision making, and creativity.
  • Capability to readily grasp complex architectural environments.
  • Ability to work in an agile project delivery model.
  • Able to work from general direction in the development of detailed solutions.
  • Demonstrate analytical capabilities including complex technical problem solving.
  • Deliver quality work in a high-performance team environment.

 

You’ll gain brownie points if you have…

  • Working knowledge of Apex, VisualForce, and SFDC Lightning.
  • An associates degree (or higher) in Computer Science or a related field.

 

You can’t…

  • Be a jerk.

 

Next steps…

Send your resume and a note about why you are interested in this role to hello@digitalmass.com.

What the position will look like…

Our next Salesforce developer will be a dependable individual who is able to develop and maintain Salesforce implementations at a high level. This position directly services client projects by ensuring their technical needs are met through programming, testing, debugging, and documenting projects. You will be a good fit for this position if you have previously worked independently, or as part of development teams, on enterprise level projects.

 

You’ll be responsible for…

  • Participating in the full application life cycle: technical design, development, testing, deployment, and post-release support.
  • Creating, managing, and debugging: flows, workflows, process builder, apex classes, VF Pages, aura components, and LWCs.
  • Collaborating with colleagues to design an overall solution and detailed documentation to support business needs.
  • Collaborating with project teammates to test and verify that solutions will meet the business requirements.
  • Participating in key meetings including requirement sessions, grooming, planning, system demos, user acceptance testing, and end-user training.

 

The table stakes…

  • A minimum 3 years of Salesforce experience. 
  • Extensive development experience using Lightning, Javascript, Apex, and Triggers.
  • Familiarity with agile software delivery methodologies and tools – i.e. Scrum, Jira.
  • Experience developing using modern javascript front-end frameworks – i.e. React, AngularJS, jQuery, Bootstrap, Salesforce Lightning Experience, Ionic, etc.

 

You’ll gain brownie points if…

  • You have Salesforce certifications.
  • You’ve worked inside of various Salesforce studios –  i.e. Marketing Cloud, Commerce Cloud

 

You can’t…

  • Be a jerk.

Next steps…

Send your resume and a note about why you are interested in this role to hello@digitalmass.com.

What the position will look like…

Our next Marketing Cloud developer will be an individual who will work with our team to strategically develop, maintain, and guide the growth of the SFMC team. This position will drive the adoption to the platform and ensure client value, while successfully managing the day-to-day technical development of data interactions. You’ll be a good fit if you have previously worked inside of SFMC on enterprise level projects.

 

You’ll be responsible for…

  • Participating in the design, development, testing and documentation of scalable business solutions, while optimizing declarative functionality to support the project.
  • Leading process-driver conversations regarding sales process, marketing automation, and any other process needed to support the client. 
  • Executing project implementation phases including: project planning, solution design, development, system + user testing, and deployment. 
  • Designing and building custom data models in Marketing Cloud using data extensions, writing SQL queries, and producing advanced automations inside of all Marketing Cloud studios.

 

The table stakes…

  • You’ll need to have a broad understanding of the marketing automation architecture and the Salesforce ecosystem and a strong knowledge of SFMC functionalities including: AMPscript, SQL, automation studio, landing pages, and journey builder.

 

You’ll need at least 3 years of experience:

  • Designing and implementing technology-enabled solutions in client-facing and team environments.
  • Defining the strategy, developing requirements, and implementing solutions.
  • Delivering projects using agile based methodology.

 

You’ll gain brownie points if…

  • You have Salesforce certifications, i.e. SFMC Developer, SFMC Email Specialist.
  • XP in other studios like ad, mobile, and social…

 

You can’t be…

  • A jerk.

Next steps…

Send your resume and a note about why you are interested in this role to hello@digitalmass.com.

Benefits & Perks

Great people deserve great benefits. Here’s just a few cool things.

 

Insurance

  • Medical insurance
  • Short- and long- term disability
  • Dental and vision insurance
  • Legal and identity theft plans

Compensation

  • Competitive pay
  • 401k with no waiting period
  • Paid time off
  • Employee pet care program
  • Employee reward programs
  • Performance bonuses

Development

  • Mentorship opportunities
  • Personal development plans
  • Employee assistance program
  • Continuing education