Salesforce DevOps Engineer (Remote)

As a Salesforce DevOps Engineer, you will be at the core management piece of the release process from lower environments to production for our current CRM and ERP platforms within Salesforce and FinancialForce. As we continue to evolve our Sales and Finance ecosystem, we seek a hands-on DevOps Engineer with both admin and developer expertise. You will be responsible for owning our release process, enhancing our existing toolsets, and optimizing the release process through automation and adherence to DevOps best practices while remaining SOX compliant.

The impact you’ll make:

  • Develop and implement a comprehensive Salesforce DevOps strategy and roadmap, ensuring the efficient and effective delivery of Salesforce applications while aligning with core engineering standards 
  • Own the production pipeline as to how we promote code within our lower environment to production while staying in SOX compliance
  • Manage the end-to-end continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) process for Salesforce applications, including source control, build automation, test automation, and deployment automation using Copado and GitHub
  • Oversee the release management process, including environment management, release planning, release coordination, user acceptance testing, and deployment scheduling to ensure smooth and error-free deployments
  • Administer Salesforce sandboxes, including creation, configuration, refreshes, and data management, to provide development, testing, and training environments for the team
  • Ensure the security and compliance of Salesforce applications by implementing appropriate security controls, adhering to security best practices, and maintaining compliance with relevant regulations and standards
  • Foster cross-departmental collaboration between DevOps, Core Engineering, Enterprise Applications, and business teams by facilitating effective communication, promoting knowledge sharing, and encouraging cross-functional cooperation
  • Stay updated with Salesforce platform updates, new features, and industry best practices related to DevOps. Continuously evaluate and implement new tools and technologies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the DevOps process
  • Create and maintain comprehensive documentation of the DevOps processes, configurations, and workflows. Provide training and support to development and operations teams to ensure understanding and adherence to DevOps practices
  • Monitor the performance of Salesforce applications, identify bottlenecks, and implement performance optimization strategies to enhance system reliability and user experience
  • Work as part of the Engineering team 24×7 on-call shift rotation to troubleshoot production, and performance issues, including off-hour maintenance as required

What you’ve accomplished:

  • 5+ years of working in cloud-based infrastructure and Salesforce Release Management
  • Strong experience in working with a Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) compliant ecosystem
  • Experience with implementing systems like Copado
  • Ability to read and interpret and Apex, SQL/SOQL/SAQL code
  • Solutioning experience across Sales and Service Cloud
  • Ability to design for processes that are efficient and solutions that are scalable
  • Results oriented, highly organized who can handle multiple competing priorities in a fast-paced agile environment
  • Experience with Apex
  • Experience with SQL, SOQL
  • SF Deployment: SFDX, Change sets, SF Metadata API, Copado
  • Version control tools: Git, Bitbucket
  • Experience in any programming language (Python, Java), test automation, AWS cloud, Code coverage, Unit testing
  • Ability to learn fast and be adaptable to environments and change
  • Must be good at verbal communication and diplomacy
  • Must be capable of self-managing. Prioritization and time management are an absolute must

Bonus Points:

  • Computer science or another engineering background
  • Salesforce Certifications 
  • Copado Fundamentals I and II Certifications
  • Experience with CI tools such as CircleCi, Jenkins, Travis, Drone, Semaphore, CodeFresh, Copado, etc.
  • Experience with monitoring and observability with tools like Prometheus, CloudWatch, DataDog, and Grafana
  • Experience with GitOps and ArgoCD.

The base pay range for this position is $123,000.00 – $140,000.00

2024 Benefits for Full-Time, Regular Employees:

  • Physical Health benefits: Medical, Dental & Vision:
    • Employee – employer paid premium 100%
    • Company contribution to a HSA when electing the High Deductible Health Plan
    • For plans that offer coverage to your dependents, you pay a small contribution
  • Mental Health benefits:
    • Free access to CALM app for employees and dependents
    • Employee Training
    • Mental Health seminars and Q&A sessions
  • Basic Life & AD&D – employer paid 1x salary up to $250,000
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan (with employer match contribution)
  • Generous PTO, Paid Sick Leave, and Company Holidays
  • Supplemental, voluntary benefits
    • Student Loan Repayment/529 Education Savings – including a company contribution
    • FSA (Medical, Dependent, Transit and Parking)
    • Voluntary Life and AD&D Insurance
    • Critical Illness Insurance
    • Accident Insurance
    • Short- and Long-term Disability Insurance
    • Pet Insurance
    • Family planning/fertility
    • Identity theft protection
    • Legal access to a network of attorneys
  • Paid parental leave

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  • You get to work on challenging issues in a collaborative environment that encourages you to do your best 
  • You get to work in a casual and fun environment; no fancy clothes required, but you are free to dress to the nines!
  • Generous PTO and company holidays
  • Numerous opportunities and tools to learn and grow your professional skills
  • Endless opportunities to network and connect with other Weedmappers through speaker series, Employee Resource Groups, happy hours, team celebrations, game nights, and much more!