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Salesforce Technical Architect Job

Resource On Demand Limited
January 20, 2020
London, United Kingdom
Job Type
Salesforce.com, Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Salesforce Sales Cloud, Salesforce Service Cloud
Base Salary
Work Hours
Business Day


Our client is looking for a Salesforce Technical Architect to join their team, which is growing across the UK and the rest of Europe. In return for working at this company, you'll get to work on some very 'cool' Salesforce projects.

This role is based in London with Travel.

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


As the Salesforce Technical Architect you will contribute to and participate in may activities including solution design, sales, delivery and team leadership.


As the Salesforce Technical Architect you should have:
- Deep understanding of data migration, design tradeoffs and common ETL tools
- Proficiency in OOP (Apex, Java or .Net)
- Extensive understanding of cloud, mobile and client-server architecture
- Strong understanding of the Salesforce Platform

Experience Requirements

In addition you need to have;
- Experience of working in Agile/Scrum teams
- Experience of eliciting and documenting technical requirements
- Experience of leading and mentoring teams


Salesforce Certifications would be desirable.

Educational Requirements

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