Microsoft Dynamics CRM Developer

Location
Surrey
Salary
£500 - £550 per day
Posted
11 Apr 2017
Closes
09 May 2017
Ref
BBBH8906
Contact
Lydia Denham
Clearance Level
None / Undisclosed
Job Type
Contract


Microsoft Dynamics CRM Developer
Contract - Surrey
£500 - £550 p/d
I am currently looking for a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Developer to step foot into a contract role based in Surrey. Due to a rise in the volume of work, they are now looking for a Microsoft Dynamics CRM developer to stepfoot into the team.

The successful candidate for this Microsoft Dynamics CRM developer, will implement Microsoft Dynamics 2016 online and mobile. The candidate will be working in a full stack Microsoft environment so must be familiar with Web API (C#), ASP.NET and SSIS

The successful Microsoft Dynamics CRM Developer will have:

Essential experience:

  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics CRM development, including requirements definition, process charting, structured methods, prototyping, module and integration testing, quality reviews, and implementation
  • Experience of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 development, customisation and configuration
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft associated languages, including C#, ASP.NET, JavaScript, JQuery, XML, HTML, or CSS


If this role is something which you would be interested in, then please apply below ASAP to be considered.

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