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Grounded Solutions Network is committed to building a racially and culturally diverse team. We encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply. We know that our work is empowered by a staff that is rich in diverse thoughts, perspectives, cultures and human identities.
Grounded Solutions Network is looking for a Salesforce Solutions Specialist to help us develop and support HomeKeeper and we need your help to spread the word.
The Salesforce Solutions Specialist is responsible for supporting the HomeKeeper membership and the underlying HomeKeeper core packages and support infrastructure. The Specialist will lead all activities related to user documentation and maintaining and updating the core package and customer support platform.
The ideal candidate will have extensive Salesforce experience, some knowledge or an interest in affordable housing or housing counseling, and at least 3 years of experience providing technical support and/or developing, testing and scaling technology solutions for a growing user base.
Candidates should have a genuine interest in helping people, solving problems, and learning and applying new technologies. The ability to collaborate remotely with colleagues, customers and third-party developers is also critical for success in this position.
Grounded Solutions Network seeks to increase the depth and diversity of the consultants with whom we partner for a variety of programs and engagements. We welcome applications from individuals or organizations with a variety of expertise related to municipal and nonprofit affordable housing programs, community land trusts, local and state policies for inclusive communities, and other areas related to our mission. In particular, we encourage practitioners seeking to begin or expand their consulting and leadership experience to respond to this call for applications; note that no consulting experience is required to submit an application.
Due Date: July 15, 2017
We are seeking a consultant to assist with design and development of a revised version of our print Inclusive Communities Toolkit to be completed by September 30, 2017. We envision a visually appealing print and web platform-friendly resource.
For more information on this project and directions on how to apply, visit the link below.