Through a cooperative agreement between BJA and Impact Justice

Impact Justice is seeking a Salesforce development and implementation consultant

Impact Justice, a national research and innovation center, is seeking a Salesforce development and implementation consultant to extend the functionality of our existing Salesforce instance. As a national resource center, we use Salesforce for a multitude of purposes, including managing internal and external cases, tracking activity related to particular client groups, and reporting on program data. Our instance also includes a number of integrations with third-party apps, including Form Assembly and Absorb. 

We are looking for someone with a proven track record of providing solutions for complex Salesforce setups. Scope of work could include: configuring and developing new features, troubleshooting existing custom development, consulting on best practices for maintaining clean data, and training staff on administrative functions within Salesforce. 

Requires approximately 10 hours per week of consultant services through November 2018, with a possible extension.  

Please submit hourly rate, resume, and a summary paragraph of Salesforce experience and qualifications via the application form here, under “Other”.