Salesforce Technical Architect

at ePeople Technologies
Published February 7, 2020
Location Anaheim, CA
Category Default  
Job Type Full-time  Contractor  



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Please go through the requirement below and if you are comfortable please share your updated resume with me along with your contact details so that we can discuss about the position in detail and proceed further accordingly.

Position: Salesforce Technical Architect

Location: Anaheim, CA

Duration: 6+ Months


Primary Skill:

• Hands on with SFDC as SFDC Architect

• 7 years related development project working experience, at least 3 years in SFDC Architect

Essential Skill:

Client facing and good communication skills

SFDC ADM 201 / DEV 401 is must

Additional Skill:

SFDC/CRM/ knowledge

? Strong communication skills and client interaction skills

? Good understanding of data modeling/ security

? 7+ years overall experience, with 3+ years minimum as a Salesforce architecting enterprise and lightning applications.

? Proven capability in architecting Salesforce solutions independently and designing software on the platform, with hands-on participation.

? Strong technical foundation including knowledge different programming paradigms OOP/ Functional Programming/ Procedural Programming.

? Strong functional/ systems design experience with enterprise level systems and ability to balance the long-term and short-term implications of individual design decisions.

? Deep understanding of RDBMS concepts and structures, knowledge of SQL, structured system analysis and design methods, agile delivery methodologies, data integration and migration, etc.

? Advanced knowledge of Apex, VisualForce, Lightning, Chatter API, Connect API, Tooling API , Metadata API, Rest API, SOAP API, Bulk API etc.

Thanks and Regards,

Shikha Choudhary

Technical Recruiter

Desk – 973 658 5959 Ext: 117

Email [Click Here to Email Your Resumé]

ePeople Technologies Inc.

255 Baldwin Road, Suite 205

Parsippany, NJ 07054

Fax - 973 299 7602

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