Salesforce.com transformed the enterprise software market with cloud computing. We’ve launched business apps and platforms that are as easy to use as Amazon.com and as social as Facebook. And now we’ve got our sights set on the next generation of cloud computing. Recognized by FORTUNE magazine as the world’s 4th fastest growing company, our technology teams are the brains behind visionary technologies like the Force.com platform, enterprise social collaboration tools like Salesforce Chatter and the AppExchange marketplace that are help growing the cloud computing industry. With more than 5,000 employees, the first enterprise cloud computing company to exceed $2.0B in annual revenue run rate, and more than 97,000 customers worldwide, we are proud to contribute to the success of companies of all sizes and industries, around the globe. We're also one of the "Best Places to Work" (FORTUNE). If you're passionate about innovation, come help revolutionize how companies collaborate and communicate with customers.
Responsibilities: Develop and perform ongoing data quality measurement, verification, and enhancement processes. Conduct root-cause analysis in response to customer inquiries. Develop and execute data quality improvement activities. Develop one off or ongoing data content and quality analysis scripts and reports. Augment engineering teams in support of initial data quality assessment and overall quality assurance activities.
Required Experience: Master’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, or related field (or foreign equivalent), plus two (2) years of experience in the job offered, or as a Data Analyst, Database Analyst, Engineer, Technical Consultant or related occupation.
In the alternative, we will accept a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, or related field (or foreign equivalent), plus five (5) years of experience in the job offered, or as a Data Analyst, Database Analyst, Engineer, Technical Consultant or related occupation.
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