|Job Title:||Salesforce Administrator|
|Location:||City of London, London|
|Salary:||£30000 - £35000 per annum + bonus|
|Contact Name:||Zak Harvey|
|Job Published:||January 22, 2019 16:57|
Forex trading company, who have doubled in size over the last 12 months are seeking a Salesforce Administrator to aid their upscaling plans. With multiple new offices opening in 2019, a dedicated Salesforce Administrator is required to support their broader digital transformation which also includes new products, trading platforms and a website overhaul.
Initially you'll be tasked with basic Salesforce Administration tasks including: new fields, page layouts, workflows etc. Beyond the first couple of months, you'll be expected to have total ownership for Salesforce and suggest new improvements and enhancements to facilitate further growth for the business.
Location: City of London
Salary: £30,000-£35,000 + discretionary bonus
You will be expected to have:
-1-2 years Salesforce administration experience
-Strong Salesforce configuration capability
-Excellent communication skills
-Salesforce Administration Certification (desired)
-Exposure to Salesforce Marketing Cloud/Marketing Automation tools (desired)
For immediate consideration, please send your CV to the details provided and Zak Harvey will be in touch shortly.
Lawrence Harvey are one of the leading Salesforce recruitment specialists in the UK, representing Salesforce directly, the partner network and the end-user community. As highly competent consultants, we are consistently building on the excellent reputation that we have already established in Salesforce recruitment. We work in partnership with our clients and candidates building a relationship through understanding so we can ensure we are always delivering to their needs.
Lawrence Harvey is acting as an employment agency in regards to this position.
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