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Salesforce CPQ Administrator

Sector: Development / Testing

Location: International

Type: Permanent

Ref: BBBH62746_1631779735

Salary: Negotiable

Our customer, a leading consultancy is seeking a Salesforce Administrator with a CPQ background working remotely. This is a permanent opportunity and can be based anywhere within the UK.

The successful applicant will work with cross-functional development teams, building out features for a number of projects within Salesforce. Building solution complex features and collaborating with a fast-paced team of engineers, business analysts, and Salesforce administrators. Writing Lightning, Visualforce, Apex classes, triggers, batch classes, and REST-based web services, Java, HTML, XML, and SQL.

Applicants must have 3+ years of experience working as a Salesforce Administrator with excellent experience and understanding of Salesforce Classic and Lightning interfaces. Have knowledge or experience with deployment processes between Salesforce environments. Applicants must have relevant certifications certification and a Background in CPQ is essential (not limited to Salesforce CPQ).


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