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Salesforce Technical Architect – San Jose or San Francisco

San Jose or San Francisco
Job #671.
Posted 02/08/2018
$150-170k + Bonus + Benefits

Our client has a unique and exciting role for a Salesforce Technical Architect on a permanent basis!! You will be based from San Jose or San Francisco in a largely onsite role.

Job Details:

Applicants require the following skills :

8 years+ Salesforce

Performed as a Salesforce Technical Architect previously

Excellent Design, architecture and integration skills

Lightning, Apex

Service cloud integration, Community cloud knowledge


Good communication skills

Salesforce certified

The role itself will be working with a number of clients from the office and on site and will involve the leadership of technical teams as well as the client projects. Architectural design, lightning, integration, migration, solutioning, requirement gathering, technical reviews and UAT testing knowledge all required..

Salary – $150-170k + Bonus + Benefits

If this is for you and you are looking for your next big career opportunity, please apply with an updated resume to or call on +1 315 277 3100

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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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