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I'm looking for an advanced salesforce developer to take over the management of my salesforce environment.  We've integrated exact target with a (free) membership website including fairly sophisticated user tracking.  We have a very competent web team which handle the website side; we need someone who can handle everything up to the salesforce API side of things.

You should be willing to work on challenging requests that will push the envelope.  I'm a former oracle senior product manager, and I understand databases well.  I know salesforce has limitations, but I also believe most problems can be solved by smart guys.

- This is a high profile installation and if you do a good job, you can gain referrals to many other clients.  View our site here:  http://MeetInnovators.com. 
- All work is remote by telecommuting
- Will probably help you do a better job with other clients since you'll stretch your skills

We're looking for someone who:
- Previous experience with or certification in a modern, object-oriented programming language such as Java or C#
- Basic HTML and/or XML skills
- Familiarity with Eclipse and application lifecycle management
- Knowledge of Force.com standard objects
- knows exact target and how it integrates with salesforce
- Understanding of data modeling and user interface development principles
- Development experience using Force.com Apex Code
- US/Canada/Western Europe/Australia based ONLY
- stays up to date with the salesforce development environment changes
- if you don't fit all of these, but do fit most of them, drop me a line.

Initially, we'll about 40 hours worth of changes and updates, following that, we will only need about 5 hours a month.

If you're interested, please respond with answers to these questions:
1.  How long have you been working on salesforce?
2.  How many installations do you currently administer?  how many seats?
3.  What is your hourly rate?
4.  Where do you live?
We look forward to hearing from you.