Organization: Accenture Federal Services
Location: St Louis, MO or San Antonio, TX
Accenture Federal Services, the #1 Salesforce leading transformation partner and solution industry-leader. We help our federal clients tackle their toughest challenges while unleashing their fullest potential…and then some. How exactly As a U.S. based subsidiary of Accenture, we draw upon Accenture’s largest global Salesforce practice. Together, we keep our tech smarts sharp by delivering up to 50,000 hours of Salesforce training annually and have the highest number of Certified Technical Architects in the market. We empower clients with on-demand capabilities while driving long-term transformation. What makes our approach so unique Our passion meets purpose! Through our diverse culture and inclusive thinking, we embrace our employees' ideas taking them from concept to practical solutions. Not to mention, we sleep well at night knowing our work directly impacts and improves the way the world works. Are you ready to learn and grow in a career, while making a difference
A skilled developer with strong leadership skills and a talent for shepherding projects along in a timely and efficient manner so that companies can do more. Communication and relationship-building skills? You have both in spades and you use them to identify requirements, craft solutions, and get clients to green light proposals. You’re not daunted by sophisticated problems, thanks to your next-level analytical, organizational, and time-management skills, and you are great at bringing out the best in team members.
Work with team members to assess business requirements and then tailor solutions using the Force.com platform
Write code as part of creating a custom platform (Apex, Visualforce, Lightning Components, front-end web technologies), as well as integrations with back-office systems (often using middleware tools), and sophisticated data migrations
Participate in development work streams, from design through testing and roll out
Keep up good relationships and rapport with clients to spot and solve risks, and give timely project updates
Review code written by your peers
Participate in software development projects, helping to estimate work and staffing resources, and deciding on the schedule
Help with getting applications live, as well as with handing applications off and setting up clients for long-term success by giving them the knowledge they need
Here’s what you need:
- 1+ years general business analysis experience
- 3-6 months business analysis experience in a Salesforce environment
- U.S. Citizen
Nice to have:
- Salesforce.com certification(s)
- Experience with Agile delivery, Scrum and/or Kanban
- Used Source Code or Deployment/Migration tools
- Experience with Salesforce.com Web Services APIs
An active security clearance or the ability to obtain one may be required for this role.
Compensation for our Development Programs varies depending on a wide array of factors including but not limited to the specific office location, development program, role and skill set. As required by local law, Accenture Federal Services provides a reasonable range of compensation for roles that may be hired in California, Colorado, New York City or Washington as set forth below and information on benefits offered is here.
Role Location: Range of Starting Pay for role:
California: $73,900 – $115,100
Colorado: $73,400 – $99,400
New York City: $85,500 – $115,100
Washington: $78,600 – $105,900
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