Salesforce Developer

March 11, 2023
$0 - $111 / hour

Job Overview

  • Date Posted
    March 11, 2023
  • Location
  • Offered Salary
    $0 - $111 / hour
  • Expiration date
    March 17, 2023
  • Job Status
  • Requisition ID
    23-1000 Salesforce Developer
  • Working Type
  • Duration
    3 Months and 12 Days
  • Work Address
    201 E Colfax Ave Denver, Colorado 80203-0000

Job Description

1.1. The Colorado Department of Education (hereafter referred to as “CDE” or “the Department”) is contracting with, Inc. dba Covendis (the Contractor), 200 Walker Ave St. SW, Atlanta GA, 30313, to provide a Salesforce Developer worker to support the Accountability and Continuous Improvement Unit of CDE, which includes supporting the modification of the unit’s Salesforce applications, including alterations to existing VisualForce, Apex Class, Apex Controllers, Meta Data, and Objects. The individual will be responsible for providing recommendation, documentation, and knowledge transfer to the CDE staff. CDE needs a Salesforce Developer who can quickly become familiar with the CDE Salesforce environment, understand the scope of the work CDE needs completed, ask questions when necessary for clarity, communicate progress and challenges, and implement innovative and/or creative technical solutions to alleviate current user challenges.
1.2. This work includes designing, implementing, converting, and validating code as a component of the Teaching and Learning Unit (TLU), Unified Improvement Plan (UIP), and State Review Panel (SRP) applications.
1.3. The Contractor may be asked to work with associated systems and programs like, Tableau and Oracle via Talend.
1.4. Covendis Posting Req. ID: PENDING – Salesforce Developer – $110/HR not to Exceed $75,000.00.
2.1. The Department’s Contract Project Manager for this project is Lisa Steffen, CDE Accountability Reporting and Special Projects Manager,
2.2. The Contractor shall work closely and collaboratively with Department’s Project Manager to discuss suggestions or issues as they occur and incorporate suggestions or guidance from the Department while performing the work described within this Statement of Work and the purchase order.
2.3. The Contractor shall work closely and collaboratively with the Department’s Information Management Services division (IMS) about Department coding standards, configuration management controls, quality assurance processes and information security. Additionally, collaboration is expected with IMS’s business intelligence unit for any planned transition of data to, storing of data within, or reporting of data from the Department’s Data Warehouse.
2.4. The Contractor shall be required to be available for meetings with CDE staff between 7am – 5pm MT.
2.5. The Contractor shall coordinate and prioritize all work to ensure that all deliverables and deadlines are met.
2.6. The Contractor shall employ an internal quality control process to ensure that all deliverables are complete, accurate, easy to understand, and of high quality.
2.7. The Contractor shall provide deliverables that, at a minimum, are responsive to the specific requirements, organized into a logical order, contain no spelling or grammatical errors, formatted uniformly, and contain accurate information and correct calculations.
2.8. The Contractor shall submit each Deliverable to the Department’s Project Manager for review and approval.
2.9. The Contractor shall retain all work papers generated for reference through the duration of the project and project acceptance.
2.10. The Contractor shall participate in the Deliverable review and revision process, until the Department provides written acceptance of the Deliverable.
2.11. The Contractor shall provide copies of any supporting documentation to the Department upon request of the Department and without charge.
2.12. The Contractor shall respond to all telephone calls, voicemails and e-mail inquiries from the Department within one (1) business day.
2.13. The Contractor shall enable all Contractor staff to exchange documents and electronic files with the Department staff in formats compatible with the Department’s systems. The Department currently uses Microsoft Office 2010 for PC.
3.1. The Contractor shall:
3.1.1. Assist CDE in reviewing UIP and related custom objects within the Salesforce instance in order to determine opportunities for modification, code clean up, and inform the structural design.
3.1.2. Design and implement modifications to the Unified Improvement Plan (UIP) object and associated custom objects, CDE Feedback object, Technical Assistance and associated custom objects, Accreditation and Request to Reconsider objects, and any other custom objects as directed and/or requested by CDE.
3.1.3. Create, based on design discussions with the Project Manager, new custom objects related to tracking and storing State Board actions.
3.1.4. Design and implement modifications to existing VisualForce pages and Apex components related to the UIP and associated custom objects.
3.1.5. Validate and promote custom code into the production environment, including code coverage.
3.1.6. Submit detailed status reports or participate in weekly status meetings as required by the Department during the engagement.
3.1.7. Attend required meetings with the required project stakeholders as directed by the Department. These meetings will be scheduled by a Department employee. All questions and communication should go through the Project Manager. If the Project Manager is not available they will recommend a Department employee for the communication.
3.1.8. Alert the Project Manager when issues or potential risks are encountered that will affect the project.
3.1.9. Provide documentation to the Project Manager. This documentation must provide details on the work provided and at a level a Department employee (e.g., business user) can interpret and understand in order to support the work at the expiration of this Purchase Order, once the salesforce developer is no longer available to CDE.
4.1. The total amount of funding for this fixed price purchase order for all work to be performed pursuant to this Statement of Work is $75,000.00. This total amount of funding will be the sole compensation to the Contractor for the services and/or deliverables provided. No additional costs will be reimbursed.
4.2. The Contractor shall provide the stated deliverables in accordance with the due dates listed below. The payment for each deliverable is also detailed in the table below:
Salesforce Developer
The Effective Date of this Purchase Order through
June 30, 2023
Per Hour
Total Not to Exceed Amount
4.3. The Contractor shall be paid the fixed price amount stated in the table in the Deliverables, Timeline and Compensation Section upon review and acceptance by CDE of each deliverable and receipt of an acceptable invoice. All invoices must be submitted to CDE no later than June 30, 2023.
This document by itself is not a legal document. This SOW must be attached to an official State of Colorado Department of Education Purchase Order (PO) to be legally binding.
No Contractor signature is necessary. By performing the work identified in this SOW, the Contractor has accepted the terms of this agreement. In the event that the Contractor does not agree with the SOW and/or the terms and conditions of the PO, do not perform any work and immediately contact the CDE Contact Person or Buyer identified on the front of the PO.
To receive payment for services rendered, the Contractor must create and submit an invoice (i.e., a bill) to CDE requesting payment for services performed, along with applicable rates as identified above, and reference the assigned PO number and PO Line number. The invoice should be signed by the Contractor. If there are specific costs that will be reimbursed as identified above (e.g. – expenses), the Contractor must attach all applicable receipts.
* * * Contractor is an independent contractor and not a state employee. * * *

Responsibilities and required skills

Oracle - Proficient (4-6 Years)
Development - Code - Proficient (4-6 Years)

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