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Salesforce Business Analyst – ONSITE ONLY in Alameda, Bay area, California / USC or GC or EAD ONLY

ONSITE ONLY in Alameda, Bay area, California / USC or GC or EAD ONLY
Job #3913.
Posted 20/02/2024

This leading organisation is a real leader in it’s field! They now have a permanent opportunity, to work ONSITE in Alameda, California, USA for a Salesforce Business Analyst.

Job Details:

US Citizens or Green Card or EAD Holders ONLY.

Job Details:

Applicants require the following background :


5 years+ as a Salesforce Business analyst

US Citizen or Green Card Holders or EAD ONLY

Strong communication skills

5 years+ Salesforce

Salesforce Certified

Agile, Jira

Must be willing to work ONSITE ONLY

The role involves working with the Senior Management team, implementing new Salesforce enhancements, managing roadmaps, defining business requirements, workshops and process mapping. This is a role where communication and technical understanding of Salesforce are key, as is the ability to build relationships. You will support project teams, provide analysis, modeling and provide documentation.

Salary – Negotiable

Please apply with an updated resume to or call +1 315 277 3100

Platform 6 Ltd is an international leader in Cloud and Technology Talent who specialise in recruitment within North America, Europe and the UK.

We provide recruitment services to a wide variety of companies from Consultancies to partners to end users on a permanent, contract and contract to hire basis, working across numerous Salesforce roles such as an Administrator, Developer, Consultant, Integration expert, Implementation specialist, Business Analyst, Project Manager, Program Manager, Tester, Architect, CRM Manager/Director, Trainer/Instructor, Sales, Marketing Automation expert, Technical Lead and many more.

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