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Full-time Salesforce Lead

at dhar in California

Salesforce Lead/ Architect



Project Duration           :           6+ Months



Location                       :           SFO, Bay Area, CA



Positions                       :           1



Rate                             :            Market



 



Job Description:



 



The appropriate candidate will have hands-on Lightning project experience and

prior professional Salesforce development experience and certification.  Must

have excellent communication skills, be able to work effectively with C-level

clients & have experience running both an onshore & offshore team.







Minimum 10+ years of experience is required



Experience being the technical focal point on a project

Managing a team of 4-5 developers in India and representing the team in front

of client.





Responsibilities:

3 years or more experience to include:

Hands on Salesforce Coding skills.  Dev 501 or Platform Developer I or

II preferred

Biz Req development with the ability to negotiate requirements toward system

simplicity

Solution design.  Comfortable laying out the UI.  Knowing where to configure

and where to code.  Solution ownership.

Deployment experience with Force.com IDE and/or automated deployment tools

Creating process and business flow diagrams, use cases, story boards, training

documents and quick reference guides for end users and business users where

required (comfortable at persuasive written communication)







 



 




Reference : Salesforce Lead jobs


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