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Salesforce Subject Matter Expert

Job Title: Salesforce Subject Matter Expert
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin, Berlin
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: SFDC/SME
Contact Name: Charles Hill
Contact Email: charlesh@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Montash are looking to speak with Salesforce SME (Subject Matter Experts) for a Greenfield implementation for a large E-commerce company based in Berlin. Our Client is looking to pay competitive rate for a strong Contractor.

The Consultant will need strong Stake holder engagement experience and requires consulting expertise.

The Senior Consultant will need end-to-end engagement experience including requirements gathering and documentation, implementation, knowledge transfer (training), and overseeing the production of deliverables.

Engagements will require the hands-on participation of the Consultant as a subject matter expert.

Please email Charlesh@montash.com or call +44 (0) 207 014 0231 for more detail.

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