Within this article, we look at the different type of job roles that exist in Salesforce eco-system. In Part 1 we explored the type of companies that exist and the roles they may offer. Within some companies, the Salesforce roles described below may be combined or they operate independently. Project Manager A project manager is an expert in planning, maintaining accountability and managing resources
What type of Salesforce role would suit you? – Part 1 Within this first article we look at the different type of Salesforce employers and the type of work they may offer. Gain Diversity with Consultancy Roles If you are someone who enjoys diversity, new challenges, learning new things, working under time and budget pressure,
It’s official – we’re an award-winning programme! We’re thrilled to share the news that we’ve been presented with an Equality and Diversity Award from Sage Foundation We’ve been working hard to empower more and more mums back in to work within the Salesforce ecosystem for nearly two year. Since that launch date in November 2016, we’ve
Brilliant – you’ve achieved your first Salesforce Certification. Why stop there? We’re certain you’ll have got the Salesforce bug by now. The learning (and earning) opportunities are seemingly endless with Salesforce. Whether you’re looking to specialise (think Pardot or Marketing Cloud) or broaden your Admin repertoire (did I hear you say Advanced Admin?) there is
Supermums: the different ways to learn Salesforce Salesforce is a global company, and it’s estimated that it will create 3.3 million new jobs by 2022. With a range of routes depending on your areas of expertise, you could become a Salesforce Administrator, Developer, Marketing manager, Technical Architect, business Analyst – a diverse range of opportunities!
Empowering the future generation with Salesforce Inspiring children into Technology is big on today’s agenda, with new characters such as Little Miss Technology being championed and code clubs popping up in schools. We’re on a mission to empower the future generation with Salesforce technology – Heather Black, our founder is speaking at a local school in Hastings
Sage Foundation has cemented its support for our Supermums, with an additional £15k grant from its Enterprise Fund. The second award from the Sage Foundation’s Enterprise Fund has been made to scale up the Programme, with the aim to scale to support 120 mums a year. During the last year we have successfully piloted the
Are working mums being sold the impossible dream? The Times published an article last weekend asking this very question on flexibility. It’s one I’ve often pondered at the moment I wake up and realise that there’s no milk for breakfast, and the bread is mouldy. Epic fails, or everyday life of a working mum? Firstly,