• Location: USA, Washington, Bellevue
  • Date Posted: 16th Sep, 2020
  • Reference: MF091520

Salesforce Technical Product Manager- $140k-$165K - Seattle - Worklife Balance!

One of our most trusted clients is looking for a Salesforce Technical Product Manager to help them kick off a brand new Salesforce Instance. The ideal candidate will have experience working as a TPM or Product owner for Salesforce in an enterprise level organization that is prepared to be be in a highly tactical role. Candidates should have a demonstrated ability in facilitating technical design and direction across teams in the business sharing a deep comprehension of technical implementation capacity and functional needs. This client places a high value on work life balance and the personal growth of their work force.


-5+ years of Salesforce specific experience: Product owner, Business analysis, Product management

-Experience mapping out functional solutions

-Vast implementation & integration experience

-Strong experience with product backlogging

-EXCEPTIONAL communication skills!

-Meet established sprint goals and deliver the required functionality and business value.

This is an amazing leadership opportunity and a chance to oversee a new Salesforce instance. Salary based on experience, 140K -165K, remote flex after COVID-19, 401k matching, benefits include vision, dental, health, disability.

Mason Frank International is the global leader for Salesforce.com recruitment, advertising more Salesforce.com jobs than any other agency. We deal with both Salesforce.com Partners & End Users throughout North America. By specializing solely in placing candidates in the Salesforce.com market I have built relationships with most of the key employers in North America and have an unrivalled understanding of where the best opportunities and Salesforce.com jobs are.

Mason Frank / SFDC / Salesforce / Seattle / Washington / Business Analyst / Solution Architect / Product Manager / Program Owner / Salesforce.com / Functional / Implementation / Integration