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The Project Management Director is responsible for managing a team of project managers who are responsible for the full life cycle implementations of integrated web, Salesforce and custom development solutions, in addition to managing projects of their own.
The Technical Architect develops architectural solutions for Salesforce implementations and oversees subsequent development. Working with our clients and project managers to understand the current system and requirements, the Technical Architect develops implementation plans, identifies and mitigates technical risks, and oversees quality for data migrations, app integrations, system configuration, and Apex and Visualforce development.
We are looking for a Salesforce Consultant to join our team. Our Salesforce Consultants lead new implementations for our nonprofit clients. This is a collaborative and self-directed role, with high-impact to both Fíonta and our clients. The day-to-day includes meeting with stakeholders to understand their organization’s mission, goals, and current systems, mapping requirements to Salesforce solutions, configuration and third party app integration, training clients, and supporting roll-out.
We are looking for a Salesforce Technical Lead to architect and oversee implementations within our Salesforce practice. You would join a small and mighty group of Tech Leads who set and execute the technical strategy on wide range of Salesforce jobs.
Fíonta has an opening for a Salesforce Database Developer to join our Salesforce practice. The Salesforce Database Developer analyzes legacy data in a variety of nonprofit database systems, maps the data to Salesforce data objects, scripts and/or uses a variety of third party tools to support the import of that data, and conducts cleanup and related tasks to support Salesforce implementations.