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Are you a Lead Salesforce Developer limited by the lack of promotion opportunities at your current business?
If you are, you could be ready to join an enterprise scale retail group based in Leeds who are hiring for a Salesforce Technical Architect.
You will be an experienced Lead Salesforce Developer with hands-on technical expertise with Apex code, varied end-to-end project delivery lifecycle experience, and will have been involved in architectural discussions shaping the direction of Salesforce.
You will join a Salesforce team of 20 as the Salesforce Technical Architect for Salesforce Developers and Engineers. Your remit will span multiple orgs from an Architectural perspective but you'll still need to be pretty handy with Apex code as Salesforce is highly integrated across their products.
If you enjoy Architectural oversight, complex technical work and Salesforce project implementation then this role would be a great fit for you.
Under your guidance your group will:
Establish and implement architectural technology solutions across the Salesforce platform.
Lead the delivery and implementation of Salesforce solutions and drive key decisions.
Lead the development of Salesforce code, solutions and integrations.A salary of up to £110,000 is on offer. With a great benefits package.
Interviews are taking place in late November so please contact me as soon as possible for a confidential discussion about the role and company in more detail. You can reach James Ivall on LinkedIn, or apply via this advert.
If you don't have an updated CV, no problem. Just send what you have and we can schedule an exploratory call prior to you needing to send on any further info.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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