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Salesforce Architect-1

Industry: Technology
Remote
Company size: 251-10K
Full-time/Part-time
salary
Not disclosed

Job description

A rapidly growing internet & software company behind top companies like WordPress, WooCommerce, Jetpack, etc., is looking for a Salesforce Architect. The engineer will work on architecting and designing complex components. An excellent understanding of the best practices for business flows, data schema, requirements, and validation, etc., are essential for this role. The company is transforming the web through next-gen products and has raised a total of $697.9 mn in funding so far. This is a unique opportunity to work with an internet giant within a distributed environment and rise quickly through the ranks.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Bring two disparate Salesforce implementations together
  • Suggest best practices for business flows, data schema, data requirements, and renewals
  • Implement meaningful architectural choices through careful evaluation and prior knowledge of solutions that work
  • Lead a team of engineers to integrate and maintain the Salesforce project 
  • Provide expert guidance on remediation for discovered issues
  • Implement the advice and suggestions when appropriate

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Computer Science(or equivalent experience)
  • Must have prior working experience with Salesforce Connector and Crossbeam 
  • Knowledge of Parse.ly is necessary
  • Must have some experience leading a Salesforce integration project
  • Must have a good understanding of order flows and renewals


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