Salesforce Solution Architect - Philadelphia, PA - 6 month contract
Actively seeking a Salesforce Solution Architect for an end user based in Philadelphia, PA. This is a full time, 6 month contract opportunity for one of the global leaders within the financial industry.
Within this role you will be held responsible for the technical solution design of the company's main Salesforce applications, enhancements, extensions and integration required to support the company's strategy. Candidate must be located or willing to relocate to The Greater Philadelphia area.Salesforce Solution Architect - Philadelphia, PA - 6 month contractRequirements:
- Provide technical expertise with Salesforce - minimum of 5 years Salesforce experience
- Lead a team throughout the design and development of the Salesforce solution
- Provide industry expertise to help shape the solution
- Develop high quality design deliverables that clearly articulate the solution
- Transition solution designs to developers responsible for building the solutions
- CPQ experience preferred
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
- Salesforce Developer Certification required
To learn more about this opportunity please send your resume to Aaron atA.firstname.lastname@example.org Salesforce Solution Architect - Philadelphia, PA - 6 month contract
**U.S. Citizens and others authorized to work in the U.S. encouraged to apply.**
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