SF Architect in Austin, Texas

Posted by Darren Jones 2 months ago |
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2 applicants

Hourly Rate: Not Sure
More than 40 Hours / Week
Longer than a Year
 
Starts: Immediately
 
Location:
Texas, United States

Required Skills: Apex & Visualforce

We are currently seeking a Salesforce Architect to join our team! The focus of this role is to provide product direction and roadmaps for Procial SaaS platform. This will require collaboration with our in-house development team as well as a robust understanding of the vision and strategy for Procial. Procial engages Licensed Medical Professionals in the management of their career. It is the healthcare career environment solution. Responsibilities: Manage teams to deliver full lifecycle SFDC implementations from inception to roll-out - ability to lead, manage, and contribute to the project to meet deadlines Work with Procial leadership to understand and define the business needs of the product Define costs and timeline for product development Define resource needs to achieve product completion deadlines Coordinate with all departments and leadership to achieve the vision and established milestones Procial is currently located in San Marcos, TX and will be moving corporately to South Austin by Summer 2017. Please contact me at darren@procial.com to recieve more information about the position and qualifications.

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