Salesforce Administrator (33603)

Website Palmer Group

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Serve as a Salesforce Administrator at an excellent financial services company! In this role, you will troubleshoot and resolve software issues involving Salesforce and Mulesoft. This is an excellent opportunity for those that want to put their skills and abilities into action. Apply now!


  • Troubleshoot and resolve software issues involving Salesforce and Mulesoft for end-users
  • Answer and solve telephone, e-mail, and in-person technical support requests
  • Implement the Salesforce architecture
  • Perform Salesforce administrator functions including maintenance/updates, system backups, security, roles, profiles, sharing rules, workflows, and groups
  • Provide changelogs and documentation on updates made to the platform
  • Serve as primary system administrator for Mulesoft environments
  • Manage security and logs of Mulesoft solution
  • Address user questions, aggregate and prioritize user feedback
  • Plan and implement Salesforce enhancements based on personal expertise, user feedback, and organizational goals
  • Document and train staff on system best practices and processes
  • Serve as primary system administrator for Salesforce environments
  • Review, recommend and implement new system features and updates


  • Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university
  • 1-2+ years of related experience and/or training
  • Prior Salesforce experience required

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