Lead Technical Architect (Salesforce) in Seattle, WA!

Posted by Lauren Gugliotta 3 months ago |
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1 applicant

Fixed Price: More than $50,000
Starts: Immediately
Washington, United States

Required Skills: Apex & VisualforceC#HTML/CSS/JavaScript

Our client is looking for an experienced Salesforce technical architect to take on their Lead Technical Architect role. In this position, the individual will build upon their Salesforce stack, lead their technical team, and direct their software engineering/development strategies. They must be able to collaborate and lead technical teams toward effective design, development, testing, and maintenance of apps built on the Salesforce.com platform. This person will provide documentation, driving the deployment of AppExchange releases, identifying opportunities for process improvement, and sticking to first-rate software development standards and best practices. Requirements: -3 or more years of experience designing/developing Salesforce.com & background in in enterprise software development -Experience in Salesforce integration/administration/customization -Proficient in Visualforce, SOQL, AJAX, Apex, Javascript, Web Services, etc., Salesforce data tools -Background in in enterprise software development -Agile development methodology experience (ex. Scrum) -At least 3 years of experience leading teams of developers US Citizenship/permanent residency required

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