Si vous parlez couramment le français, ce poste est fait pour vous. Ce rôle travaillera avec des clients en France et en Angleterre.
As a Salesforce Technical Architect, you've got options. So you're going to need a good reason to be interested in a particular job.
Well, how about 10 reasons?
Reason 1 - You'll work with clients who are big enough to give you some truly interesting challenges unique to large scale environments -custom package distributions, LDV challenges, off-platform processing, complex integrations, CI/CD, complex multi-org setups
2 - These challenges are exactly what you need to prepare you for CTA. If that's an aspiration then you're working in the right place, offering support to get you to that level
3 - In the words of a CTA, your team here are "some of the best architects I've ever worked with anywhere". You'd be surrounded by really strong functional Salesforce teams who are supportive and just genuinely nice people to work with
4 - You'll be working with nonprofits, improving the capabilities and efficiency of global household name charities/NGOs doing some of the most important international development and humanitarian work across the world
5 - This team know what they're doing. They've developed a number of reusable solutions to solve common challenges - from listed AppExchange package to reusable code libraries. You'll get to help evolve these solutions and apply them in creative ways to solve customer challenges
6 - Stretch your legs as a Technical Architect - use your breadth of knowledge around platform features, avoid the pitfalls before they become problems, speak to both CTOs and Developers on their level, keep on learning.
7 - Truly remote work. Anywhere in the UK. Working from Europe can be considered too. You'll be treated like a human being with a life outside of work, not just a resource. You'll have the option to gather with the team on occasion, but never mandatory.
8 - As a Technical Architect you know there's always more to learn. Here you get 9 days every year dedicated to upskilling you. Time and funding towards training that you choose. To be always improving in areas which you care about.
9 - You'll get a terrific onboarding program, mentoring sessions which can focus on private or professional development and of course all the life, dental, medical, income protection and mental health provision you'd expect from a people-focused business
Reason 10 - The giving back doesn't stop there. You get 3 volunteering days above your annual leave time and they match any of your charity giving, having donated over £40,000 this year already
Whether the cause near-and-dear to you lies with saving the children, saving the planet, saving the animals, feeding the hungry, curing illness, supporting the disabled, or creating equality there will be a project here which can be close to your heart.
Why don't we turn it up to 11 reasons? How about being in a team who've won the coveted Salesforce Partner Innovation Award against 850 competitors. Oh, and this is the third time they've done that.
A salary of £90,000 should keep the wolf from the door. So if you're an experienced Salesforce Technical Architect who wants to spend 37.5 hours of your week learning, growing and giving at the same time then here's your chance.
If you'd like more information please apply, or drop me (Seth Bland) a message on LinkedIN to discuss. Don't worry if you don't have an up-to-date CV, just reach out and let's see if this is the right move for you
To find out more about Computer Futures please visit www.computerfutures.com
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