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Salesforce Project Coordinator Job

Resource On Demand Limited
July 21, 2020
UK Home working, United Kingdom
Job Type
Base Salary
£35k to £45k
Work Hours
Business Day


Are you a well organised and ambitious Salesforce Project Coordinator?

Are you looking for a role that you can grow in to?

If yes, then we have just the role for you.

Our client is a UK based Salesforce partner. They are looking for a Salesforce Project Coordinator to join their team to coordinate project delivery internally and oversee the consultants.

This role is unable to provide sponsorship and all applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

Home working with some travel.


You'll also be responsible for ensuring the following:
- Sit in on project review meetings with clients to ensure they are properly minuted, are efficient and calls to action are followed up
- Managing project timelines and expectations with clients
- Monitoring Project delivery standards


As the Salesforce Project Coordinator you must have the following:
- A proven background in managing Salesforce projects
- Have strong organisational and project management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects

Experience Requirements

Must be client-facing.
Experience with conflict resolution scenarios is a plus.



Educational Requirements

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