Salesforce.com Sr.Architect - Edison, NJ (EAD, GC,US Citizen)

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Salesforce.com Sr. Architect
Location: Edison, NJ, travel required, salary open
Summary of
position
The Salesforce.com Snr. Architect is responsible for Salesforce.com Rollout Strategy, Solution Architecture and Technical Leadership. The role requires the Architect to collaborate with Senior Business and IT Executives.
Experience
10+ years experience in working on (develop/design/architect) CRM and/or Enterprise Class Solutions
4+ year's experience with Salesforce.com
Key Responsibilities
Comprehend the Business/IT drivers and work with the Stakeholders to arrive at the Salesforce.com Rollout Strategy, be it migration, transformation or consolidation.
Understand customer's business requirements and technical environment to architect the optimal solution
Design solutions on the Salesforce.com Platform leveraging design patterns (standards & solution specific)
Collaborate with the different product vendors/app groups while designing the interfaces with 3rd party
services
, backend systems and various monitoring/analytical tools
Lead the development team in delivering the solution
Perform quality assurance on deliverables and work products
Audit, uncover and resolve data integrity issues
Recommend best practices
Skill Set
Energetic, enthusiastic and professional attitude
Salesforce.com Sales/Service Consultant Certified
Functional and technical knowledge of Salesforce.com and the force.com platform
Custom development experience in Force.com(Apex, visualforce), integration with other enterprise applications and salesforce.com ecosystem applications
Experience in designing/developing Web Services/Rest API to interface with other systems
Experience with Enterprise Integration and ETL tools
Experience deploying web based and enterprise systems using industry standard environments including XML, SQL, HTTP/HTTPS,FTP, Java, JavaScript, jQuery
Preferred but not mandatory
Experience in Insurance and/or Financial Services Projects

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