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Salesforce Solution Architect with Health Cloud – Remote working USA / Houston

Remote working USA / Houston
Job #3155.
Posted 26/05/2022

This leading corporation has an urgent requirement for a Salesforce Solution Architect with Health Cloud experience to work remotely in the USA. This will be a 6 months+ contract through scope and build but may well extend into a longer term project. You will be required to travel to Houston 1 week in every 3 for the first couple of months before working remotely.

Job Details:

Applicants require :

5 years+ Salesforce

Health Cloud implementation experience or Service Cloud with Healthcare/HLS experience – 2 or more projects

Service Cloud

Salesforce certified

US Citizen or Green Card holders ideally

The role itself involves leadership, solution architecture, data transitioning, deployment and working closely with the clients to ensure a smooth data transition and provide architectural solutions to the client in Salesforce. Therefore you must have experience of Salesforce Health Cloud and Healthcare.

Come and talk to us today about this highly unique opportunity!

Rate – Negotiable

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