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Salesforce.com Business Analyst (Consultant)

Job Title: Salesforce.com Business Analyst (Consultant)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Munich, Bavaria
Industry:
Salary: €65000 - €75000 per annum + bonus & benefits
REF: CA/MON-27819
Contact Name: Cristian Amanta
Contact Email: cristian@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Salesforce.com Business Analyst

Job Description

I am currently working with a European Salesforce.com Partner that is experiencing tremendous growth across the business. To support their success they are seeking an experienced Salesforce.com Consultant to join their business.

Roles & Responsibilities

This is a position with high visibility and large levels of responsibility. Candidate will be responsible for gathering requirements, business process analysis and sign of e-Business features and functionality for a portfolio of large-scale e-commerce websites. The Business Analyst will be responsible for management of complex multi-disciplined CRM consulting projects. This resource will lead junior consultants and client staff through engagements, support the development of subject matter expertise, thought leadership and strategic capability by delivering a wide range of customer management solutions. The BA is responsible for performing end-to-end cross-discipline leadership throughout the software development lifecycle. Accountable for on-time, high quality software project deliveries, including Analysis, Design, Development and Quality Assurance.

Specific Duties​

Requirements, definition and documentation

Work with customers and client stakeholders to understand and define business requirements

Work directly with technologists to develop use cases and functional specifications documents

Solicit, gather and analyze user input and requirements

Identify and involve key stakeholders

Identify and interview internal/external subject matter experts

Author and compile surveys

Interface with technical managers and teams

Collaborate with counterparts in IT (project, development, QA managers) and development resources to create and validate business requirements and project specification documents

Qualifications

Desired Skills and Experience

Experience in Salesforce (SFDC) CRM with end to end implementation experience or similar CRM solutions

Salesforce.com integration experience, including between different business systems as well as working with integration tools

Experience soliciting, gathering and analyzing user input and requirements

Experience creating wireframe documents with information architecture

Experience authoring requirements, definition and related documentation

Experience collaborating with business stakeholders, business process owners, technical project managers and technical teams to execute business analysis tasks

Experience with large scale web projects (ideally involving the creation and launch of major e-commerce B2B websites) a plus

Experience in cognitive design, information architecture and user-centred design a plus

Experience in Human-Computer Interaction, Cognitive Design, or similar field of study is a plus

Experience working with creative and technical project teams

Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visio, SharePoint as well as other project management and time tracking tools

Requirements

Bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification

Fluent in German & Good English

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