Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) is seeking a Salesforce Lightning Community Developer to work with our technology team. This is a full-time position. We prefer an onsite candidate, but are flexible and will consider a primarily remote candidate.
Qualified candidates should be proficient in:
- Developing highly functional web UI's in Salesforce Lightning Community using both Aura and LWC
- Improving and maintaining existing systems and UI's, testing code, and doing work throughout the entire software life cycle
- Designing optimal architectures for gathering, presenting, and managing Salesforce data in a public community
- Implementing a provided UI design and working with the team to improve it
- Evaluating tradeoffs between using new code, third-party integrations, and App Exchange tools
- Working with end-users to turn their needs and processes into elegant web tools
You will have the opportunity to:
- Work effectively as part of a Scrum team in two-week sprints using MS DevOps with a Git repository and a collaborative SDLC for agile development of quality, MVP deliverables
- Increase your technical acumen, stay up-to-date and share technical innovations
- Work within the tech stack, standards, and best practices of HSLDA
- Work both on a team and independently as needed while maintaining a confident yet humble attitude and a willingness to grow
- Grow in other areas of technology and experience
A technology-related degree with at least five years' development experience is desired.
Candidate must be a committed Christian who supports HSLDA's mission.
Does this sound like you? Send your resume and a cover letter to email@example.com with “Salesforce Lightning Community Developer” indicated in the subject line. We are very interested in seeing examples of your work, so please include links to projects you've previously done, or to your portfolio if you have one.
HSLDA is a Christian non-profit advocacy organization located in Purcellville, VA that is experiencing rapid growth. We make homeschooling possible by protecting homeschooling families and equipping them to provide the best educational experience for their children.