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Lead Salesforce Commerce cloud (SFCC) developer
NY, new york

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Job Description

Title: Lead Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC) Developer

Type: Full time perm opportunity

Location: New York/ New Jersey but open to remote candidate anywhere in USA

Must Have: 50% hands on with SFFC development and 50% leading/monitoring teams etc

US citizens and Green Card Holders and those authorized to work in the US are encouraged to apply. We are unable to sponsor H1b candidates at this time.

Are you an experienced Senior Web developer looking to join a dynamic team focused on digital innovation and ideation; to sit the driver’s seat of structuring Salesforce Commerce Cloud as the pinnacle foundation for the web team to build dynamic experiences and technical challenging projects? A highly motivated self-starter who would like to lead a team of technical professionals in the fast paced ever growing billion-dollar beauty industry. Our client is seeking Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC) Lead Developer who would be responsible for supporting E-Commerce with new feature development along with maintaining several brand websites.


•Key contributor who will define coding standards, lead best practices for configuration and development of Salesforce infrastructure

•Responsible for solution design based on product requirements, code reviews and pull requests

•Manage day-to-day efforts to ensure smooth and efficient website updates including production updates, creative assets, code changes, and collaborating on new site initiatives

•Collaborate with project team members and key client stakeholders to scope out projects, assist with requirements definition, specifications, vendor selections, design, development, and timelines for key initiatives

•Actively participate in daily project team meetings and brainstorming activities related to the project issues

•Collaborate with internal teams and technical resources on requirements gathering, issue logging and tracking and ongoing maintenance of e-commerce website

•Help to manage key tools and processes such as content management, code repository & image hosting and tag management

• Field all technical requests, assess scope and prioritize action items for senior management

•Assist with web production process definition, optimization and implementation

•Document all infrastructure processes, technical integrations, and website data flows

•This role reports to the Director of Development where 50% of the role will include hands on coding while the other half will be spent leading and mentioning several direct reports.
Desired Skills & Expertise

•6+ years of overall development experience, 4-year college degree preferred

•3+ years’ experience in Salesforce Commerce Cloud (previously Demandware) development - a must!

•An expert with the following: HTML5/CSS3, Javascript, jQuery

•Experienced with implementing and updating web tags within Google Tag Manager (GTM)

•Experienced with Analytics tools like Google Analytics or Adobe Analytics/Omniture

•Agile development experience required

•Experience in code versioning and related tools, such as Bitbucket, Subversion, Git

•Experience in complex features and integrations

•Experience working on a beauty / luxury business to consumer website a plus, but not required

•Ability to deliver a range of multiple projects with strict timelines, simultaneously

•Understanding of Responsive Design

•Team player with a positive attitude who’s highly organized & detail-oriented

•Strong communication skills


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