Salesforce Administrator (contract)

Pinterest is looking for an experienced and talented Salesforce Administrator to develop scalable CRM solutions that support our global advertising business. You’ll be responsible for both strategy and execution in enabling our CRM platform for the next stage of Pinterest growth. You’ll work with stakeholders and our business partners to understand goals and requirements, define complete solutions and work with engineering and implementation partners to deliver scalable solutions.

What you’ll do:

  • Own data quality and governance and create and execute a Salesforce org health check process
  • Own the entire product lifecycle from requirements gathering and functional design to project management and production releases
  • Draw on experiences and best practices to provide guidance on scalable CRM and sales solutions
  • Manage user support queue and build and maintain strategic business reports critical to day-to-day operations
  • Work with the development team to implement new user functionality and with Sales to implement point-and-click functionality

What we’re looking for:

  • Minimum two years experience with an enterprise scale Salesforce.com instance
  • Experience with database Oracle Financials, SQL, data warehouse technologies and Salesforce.com ADM 201 Administration Essentials and a passion for learning new technologies
  • Ability to translate business needs into technical solutions and exposure to sales processes and platforms in the advertising/media/e-commerce industry
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills with strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, rapidly changing environment managing multiple priorities

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