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Salesforce Technical Architect – Hartford, CT

Hartford, CT
Job #1432.
Posted 10/12/2019

This leading edge client has an urgent requirement for a Salesforce Technical Architect. This is a contract role that would be based out of Hartford, CT.

Job Details:

12+ years industry experience

4+ years Salesforce development

Hands on dev experience with LWC/Aura, Apex and Visual Force

Excellent communication skills

Salesforce certified

The role involves overseeing technical activities, reviewing architectures and designs, using your abilities around capabilities, feasibilities, process flows and code reduction. The role aims to assist in the translation of user requirements to production. You must be able to advise your team and customer, be the go to market expert on Salesforce and provide the best technical approach and design. Your role as a project leader is key as is your ability to understand the requirement and deliver an effective solution for the customer. If this sounds like you get in touch so we can provide you with even further details!

You will also work with some of the best technical individuals in the market!

Rate – $80-85

Please apply with an updated resume to or call +1 315 5042550

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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