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.

 

The Landscape:

Typically there are two types of consulting companies Flippers and Juggernauts. Flippers, you know the type, non-technical, dialing for dollars, the out-of-your-league recruiter that is fascinated about your vintage D&D book collection. Usually they live on the east or west coast. These places are not without their niche’s, but they’re not a place to land and grow. The second type are the Juggernauts or big name shops. Nothing wrong with being big except they usually are big with a well established recruiting arm and a well established revolving door. Sure they have a list of interesting projects, but will you get to work on them? At one time they were great, but are they still? That and all of their “made” gals/guys are made, the good seats are pretty full. They have a process for processing new recruits and it probably has the words visualforce test class in it. 

Digital Mass is in the sweet spot driven, nimble, energetic, curious and growing. They aren’t happy with the status quo as they have something to prove. At Digital Mass you’ll know who you are working with. The founders are actively practicing Salesforce developers. Our model is to deploy as a team, with a mix of on and off site days. With us you’ll have your own desk, a voice, and a team that will help you learn and expand your technical repertoire. A new source driven age has dawned in Salesforce and Digital Mass is at the Apex. (sorry).

Position Overview:

The Salesforce Developer is a position that programs, tests, debugs, and documents customer projects. This position services client projects in programming Salesforce.com custom components to ensure the client’s technical needs are met. As part of the development group that serves a client, a Salesforce Developer will participate in sharing development knowledge with all members in addition to working together with teammates on large enterprise engagements.

Opportunities currently available in our offices in Minneapolis, MN

Responsibilities:

  • Programming, testing, and debugging full-stack technical programming deliverables on Company projects as assigned. Projects will focus on programming Salesforce.com custom components.
  • Understand technical and functional design requirements
  • Design, code, test, and document technical solutions
  • Demonstrate the ability to cooperate with a variety of people
  • Identify and document system deficiencies and recommend solutions
  • Elevate project concerns to appropriate internal project sponsors
  • Manage and maintain a collaborative working relationship with clients and consistently deliver high-quality services
  • Prioritize multiple tasks effectively
  • Other activities as assigned

What we are looking for:

You have to come with at least one if not all. –  The Table’s stakes.

  • Experience with Salesforce Apex, Visualforce, and SOQL 
  • Experience with Salesforce Lightning (Aura and LWC)
  • Experience with web services cloud based technologies and APIs Rest (Salesforce, AWS) 
  • Mulesoft experience – big plus
  • Experience developing using modern javascript front-end frameworks (e.g., React, AngularJS, jQuery, Bootstrap, Salesforce Lightning Experience, Ionic, etc.) 

What you can’t be:

  • A Jerk

Apply Now

The Landscape:

Typically there are two types of consulting companies Flippers and Juggernauts. Flippers, you know the type, non-technical, dialing for dollars, the out-of-your-league recruiter that is fascinated about your vintage D&D book collection. Usually they live on the east or west coast. These places are not without their niche’s, but they’re not a place to land and grow. The second type are the Juggernauts or big name shops. Nothing wrong with being big except they usually are big with a well established recruiting arm and a well established revolving door. Sure they have a list of interesting projects, but will you get to work on them? At one time they were great, but are they still? That and all of their “made” gals/guys are made, the good seats are pretty full. They have a process for processing new recruits and it probably has the words visualforce test class in it. 

Digital Mass is in the sweet spot driven, nimble, energetic, curious and growing. They aren’t happy with the status quo as they have something to prove. At Digital Mass you’ll know who you are working with. The founders are actively practicing Salesforce developers. Our model is to deploy as a team, with a mix of on and off site days. With us you’ll have your own desk, a voice, and a team that will help you learn and expand your technical repertoire. A new source driven age has dawned in Salesforce and Digital Mass is at the Apex. (sorry).

Position Overview:

A Sales Development Representative’s work focuses on outbound sales strategy. You confidently share product or service information with prospects and opportunities. Sales Development Representatives need to be highly organized. You’ll spend a lot of time creatively communicating with our potential clients. Lead maturing is your main responsibility, moving leads through a sales pipeline. A sales development representative identifies challenges and provides practical solutions to prospects. You provide positive insights as a product knowledge specialist.

We are looking for candidates who have an interest in the technology space looking to grow as we grow with the potential to move into Account Management.

Opportunities currently available in our offices in Minneapolis, MN

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain a self-starter attitude while creating outreach strategies for new lead generation methods
  • Anticipate needs by studying services and conducting market research to identify new leads
  • Support sales representatives on outbound strategies and lead generating efforts
  • Attend product training conferences and develop an understanding of our communication infrastructure
  • Identify and document system deficiencies and recommend solutions
  • Monitor and attend meetings with prospects while handling the introductions and follow-up with the sales representatives
  • Be the first point of contact for new business prospects and determine the next steps for each prospect moving forward
  • Establish active communication and engagement with prospects to create new leads and sales openings
  • Collaborate with sales teams by bringing innovative lead generation ideas to each weekly meeting

What we are looking for:

  • You don’t have to know everything about Salesforce. It doesn’t hurt if you do, but we’re more interested in your understanding of software.
  • Flawless communication skills, both written and oral, with extensive public speaking experience
  • Working knowledge of the enterprise software market or the ability to learn new software quickly
  • Demonstrated ability to work solo as well as being a productive team member, making outbound calls every day
  • Have a strong work ethic and are eager to learn and make new connections with prospects
  • Have experience using LinkedIn Sales Navigator or other similar prospecting applications while keeping track of dead-end leads
  • Must be an excellent problem-solver and willing to collaborate in an exceedingly competitive environment
  • You love closing deals using complex market research and focusing on continued learning and improvement
  • Thorough understanding of commercial awareness and brand recognition to successfully establish rapport with prospects

 

What you can’t be:

  • A Jerk

Apply Now

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