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Salesforce Field Service Lightning Architect – UK / US / Remote

Contract
Opportunity
UK / US / Remote
Job #1281.
Posted 22/10/2019
$80-90 per hour + hotel/flights paid

A really interesting contract opportunity that you won’t find in the Salesforce ecosystem anywhere else! Our client is seeking a Salesforce Field Service Lightning Architect to work on a 4-6 month contract with possible extensions. You will work in the UK for the first 4-6 weeks before them working remotely with some onsite work after that.

Job Details:

Applicants must be a US Citizen or Green Card holder.

Additionally :

Salesforce – 8 years+

2 years+ FSL experience

Field Service Lightning architectural design experience

Order management, inventory management, asset management, service resource management, scheduling and service contract functionality.

Field Service Lightning certified

The role involves designing FSL solutions, modelling, gathering business requirements, review management, testing, planning, leadership and be the go to expert on FSL.

Rate – $80-90 per hour + hotel/flights paid

Please apply with an updated resume to matt.stevenson@platform-6.com or call +1 315 277 3100

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

We provide Salesforce.com 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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