Software Integration Engineer Mid. with Salesforce

SAN ANTONIO (SAT) - Riverwalk

Brief Summary

                            Software Developers and Integrators (SDIs) are engaged in all phases of the software development lifecycle which include; gathering and analyzing user/business system requirements, responding to outages and creating application system models. SDIs primary functions are to design, develop, document, test and debug new and existing software systems and/or applications for internal use, perform defect corrections (analysis, design, code). In addition, SDIs participate in design meetings and consult with business clients to refine, test, and debug programs to meet business needs, and interact and sometimes direct third party partners in the achievement of business and technology initiatives. This is an advanced-level role occupied by those demonstrating in-depth technical and/or business knowledge within their respective areas of specialization. Incumbents work independently on complex work assignments and may determine methods and procedural approaches on new assignments. In addition, responsibilities include serving as resources to internal and third party team members on escalated technical issues and analyzing and designing specifications for less experienced team members to execute.

Utilizing technical expertise; Creates system requirements, performs design and analysis, and coding and unit testing of complex to highly complex system functionality and/or defect correction across multiple platforms.
Identifies ideas to improve system performance and impact availability.
Resolves complex technical design issues.
Provides functional and/or technical guidance in evaluating applications systems or evaluating requests for proposals.
Facilitates root cause analysis of system issues to minimize impact and future occurrences.
Creates system documentation/play book(s) and serves as a lead technical reviewer and contributor in requirements, design and code reviews.
Analyzes and designs specifications for less experienced internal and third party team members to execute.
Acts as a technical resource throughout the development life cycle.