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Salesforce Sales Cloud Consultant – Florida

Contract
Opportunity
Florida
Job #1438.
Posted 12/12/2019
$60-65/ph

Our client has an immediate and urgent need for a Salesforce Sales Cloud Consultant to work on a Contract basis. You will be based In Jacksonville, FL on an initial 6 month contract with the likelihood of extension!

Job Details:

7+ years Salesforce experience

Salesforce Sales Cloud certification desirable

Salesforce implementation of at least 3 Sales Cloud projects

Proficient with Apex, Visual Force and Lightning

SOAP, REST API integration

Knowledge of JIRA tool

The role itself is to be responsible for the end to end Sales Cloud implementation Working with the business team and clients in requirement gathering sessions to translate these into technical solutions, you will also have to develop and configure the Sales Cloud functionalities and manage the Sales Cloud implementation. Training support available to increase your knowledge in Salesforce

Salary – $60-65/ph

If this is for you please apply with an updated resume to andy.hulse@platform-6.com or call +1 315 504 2550

For all our Salesforce vacancies please view our roles on www.platform-6.com

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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