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Salesforce (Steelbrick) CPQ Solution Architect – San Francisco

Contract
Opportunity
San Francisco
Job #1001.
Posted 01/05/2019
$90-100 per hour depending on experience + expenses paid

Our client is looking to hire Salesforce CPQ Solution Architects to be based on a 6 month contract in San Francisco – these are largely onsite work at the start of the project with some remote work.

Job Details:

Applicants require :

Excellent Salesforce CPQ or Steelbrick

Strong communication or consultancy skills

Certifications ideal

Proven implementation skills

This is a role where you will lead and drive the projects in an agile environment whilst providing the experience, configuration skills, architectural design and solutioning into Salesforce CPQ solutions.

The client also requires analysis, design, leadership and documentation skills. Good strong technical Salesforce CPQ / Steelbrick skills are required and essential.

Rate – $90-100 per hour depending on experience + expenses paid

If this is for you, please apply with an updated resume to matt.stevenson@platform-6.com or call +1 315 277 3100

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