Salesforce Architect

Job Description:

Oversees the development, implementation and maintenance in the areas of systems analysis and application programming, quality assurance, web engineering, and database designs. Oversees 3rd party service providers in alignment with corporate policy and IT strategy. Provides comprehensive consultation to the client and management at the highest technical level on all phases of the project development cycle. Works closely with client management to identify and specify the complex business requirements. May have any of the following responsibilities: researches and evaluates alternative solutions and recommends the most efficient and cost effective solutions; codes new or modified programs, reuses existing code through the use of program development software alternatives; documents, tests, implements and provides on-going support for the applications; analyzes, develops, tests and implements complex database designs and the maintenance of database support tools; manages all, experience with Salesforce and Salesforce Development/Customization including in-depth understanding of Salesforce programming using JavaScript, jQuery, APEX,, and VisualForce.

* 6+ years of experience with integrations between Salesforce and multiple other platforms and technologies using SOAP, REST, Bulk API and streaming APIs.
* Design new Salesforce solutions and come up with effective project execution techniques.
* Customize applications by making the best use of point-and-click capabilities of the Salesforce platform in adherence with the customers' specifications.
* Controlling the adaptability of API's for integration of information and processes so the all the systems within the CRM can communicate efficiently.
* Design & implement mobile and web-based interfaces utilizing Apex code, Web Services, etc.
* Hands on knowledge to build business processes using Salesforce lightning flows and process builder.
* Industry knowledge in one or more industry verticals

Applicants for this opportunity must have an unrestricted right to work in the United States.
[Persons in H-l, L-l, and OPT EAD status do not have unrestricted right to work.]