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Salesforce Enterprise Architect in Denver, Colorado

To get the best candidate experience, please consider applying for a maximumof 3 roles within 12 months to ensure you are not duplicating efforts.Job CategorySalesJob DetailsWhat if you were empowered to solve the most complex business problems thatFortune 500 companies face today? What if you could work for a company thatbelieves that top line growth is as important as giving back to thecommunity? What if you could collaborate with teams of talented andpassionate individuals to craft innovative architectures and transformationalstrategies? ... Sounds like fiction, you say? Absolutely not! Welcometo Salesforce!An Enterprise Architect is a customer-facing enterprise-wide expert with broadtechnical skills, deep industry knowledge, and unparalleled businessacumen. The Enterprise Architect supports sales teams in developing Salesforcevalue propositions that align with our customers' business strategies ondigital transformation and cloud adoption. The Enterprise Architect is asubject matter expert in one or more categories that may include: businessstrategy, application architecture, data and information, integration,security, cloud computing, distributed platforms, mobile, andanalytics. Enterprise Architects are expected to have strong sales skills anduse proven consultative approaches to engage with customers and define theirtransformation journey along with steps to get there.Here is a list that highlights an Enterprise Architect's day job:* Assist the customer in business planning and strategy by focusing onbusiness capabilities and maturity. Understand customer needs, company'sproducts/services and match them with best in class technology to define anorth-star target state. Help to define prioritization and sequencing of thetransformation by proposing a strategic roadmap that leads to the targetstate. Lead key discussions around change programs from both business andtechnical perspectives.* Determine which Salesforce and third-party technologies to leverage incustomer's architecture landscape, based upon product knowledge,industry experience, industry standard EA frameworks, and Salesforce EAmethodologies.* Clearly articulate business architecture (mission/vision, capabilitymodels, capability assessments) and technical architecture (current andfuture state diagrams, solution best practices, reference architectures,design* Provide reliable and trusted -data rich- points of view of relatablecustomer transformations in the industry i.e. how other customers with similarneeds have succeeded in their transformation.* Assist sales teams in responses to RFPs and technical requirements documents* Travel to customer engagements (around 30% of the month). Thisposition may be assigned to support one or more geographies and account teams.* Actively engage with account executives and solution engineers to developopportunities for customer-facing enterprise architecture engagements.Continuously promote and communicate the value of Enterprise Architecture bothwithin the solution engineering community, as well as within the broadersales and customer success organizations.* Participate in all appropriate product/sales training, certifications,educational sessions and industry summits to acquire and maintain theknowledge necessary to be effective in the position.* Share engagement experience with the internal audiences and enrichcollective IP. Conduct architecture workshops and other enablement sessions.Mentor and guide junior enterprise architects.Your Impact:* A trusted advisor to CIO/CTO/EA level contacts and their teams as theylook to move their business to a cloud architecture* A true asset to Salesforce due to broad and deep knowledge of business andtechnical architecture across all relevant domains.Minimum Qualifications:* B.S. Computer Science, Software Engineering, Management InformationSystems or equivalent* 8+ years experience in either software, system or enterprisearchitecture disciplines* Good understanding of and ability to discu

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