Jr. Salesforce Developer: Job Description
The Jr. Developer Program is a unique employment opportunity that will provide excellent mentoring year-round: part-time during school and full-time during the summer. Students are immersed in an Amazon team and gain real-life software development experience. Upon successful completion of the Jr Developer Program, the opportunity to apply for a full-time employment will be available at the Amazon corporate sites in San Luis Obispo, CA, or our headquarters in Seattle/Puget Sound, WA and Arlington, VA.
This year-round internship program is special in several respects:
· We offer work year-round, 16 hrs/week while in school and full-time 40 hrs/week during summer break. Flexible working schedules are rearranged each quarter to accommodate class schedules.
· We offer excellent mentoring. Our full-time software developers are willing and able to mentor exceptional student developers.
· We give our interns responsibilities and roles that will prepare them to enter the workforce after graduation with on-the job software programming experience.
This specific role, Jr. Salesforce Developer, offers an opportunity to work in customer relationship management solutions. The position provides training in Salesforce, a leading provider in Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solutions, and Apex programming language.
The students who participate in our program routinely say that the real reason they’re here is for the valuable learning experience, especially because of the uniform excellence of the team they work with, the mentoring offered by experienced developers, and the challenge of being a principal contributor to software products. They say it’s like taking an additional practicum course that complements their university experience.
- Solid knowledge of Java
- Apex Programming Language
- Salesforce development experience
- Advanced programming classes
- Currently enrolled in a Bachelor's program in Computer Science or related STEM discipline with a graduation date in 2023/2024
- Ability to work long-term, an average 16 hour workweek during school session and 40 hour workweek during summers
- Java or other object oriented programming language