Location(s): EastCoast (Travel approximately 50%)
Veeva Systems is the leader in SaaS-based CRM solutions for theglobal life sciences industry. Our customers achieve the fastest time to valuethrough the deployment of fully functional CRM. Visit www.veevasystems.com for more information.
TheVeeva CRM Technical Consultant will be a member of the Veeva SystemsProfessional Services group working on consulting project teams implementingthe Veeva Systems suite of CRM applications - built on the salesforce.complatform - to customers in the Pharma and Biotechnology industry.
Heor she will participate in business process due diligence, solution design,application customization, and documentation of end user requirements to helpdeliver successful CRM implementations. This candidate will also contribute tothe technical development to support customer requirements leveraging thesalesforce.com development tools such as Apex and VisualForce.
To apply, send resumeto email@example.com, please note "Associate Tech Consultant" in subject line
- Provide subject matter expertise on the Veeva Systems applications, Salesforce.com Platform, and technical design
- Development using VisualForce and Apex (provided by salesforce.com)
- Take complex client and vendor concepts and articulate them to audiences of varying perception levels
- Design and Develop solutions based on customer requirements
- This position is 50% Technical (drawing on technical and/or CRM product knowledge in advanced configurations of the Salesforce.com platform and development platforms), 30% Analysis, and 20% Project Management
- B.S. in Computer Science, Software Engineering, MIS or equivalent work experience
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Candidates must be a US citizen or permanent resident of the US. No sponsorship available
- Experience with web service integration
- Knowledge of Salesforce.com configuration and technologies, including Visual Force, APEX classes, Triggers, and API’s
- Data Transformation and Data Loading Tools
- Experience with database design and workflow
- Experience in the Life Sciences or Pharmaceutical industries
- Full lifecycle software implementation experience
To apply, send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, please note "Associate Tech Consultant" in subject line
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Has anyone else seen this?