Dynamics NAV 2015 Developer - New Job - London UK

Salary: £45,000 - £60,000 Per annum
Job type: Permanent
Reference: 10528

Role

The Dynamics NAV Developer will be responsible for performing applications development tasks, utilising Dynamics NAV developing framework .Net with C#. This opportunity is with a well-established solutions provider. With a focus on service excellence, you will be working within a multi-industry Gold Partner – an excellent opportunity to progress your career in Dynamics!

Responsibilities

  • Develop applications solutions within the Microsoft Dynamics NAV and SQL Server environment.
  • Undertake the design, coding, testing, releasing the code, and NAV support
  • Ensure that all application development deliverables are quality assured
  • Create and maintain appropriate systems documentation, processing and servicing calls
  • Work collaboratively with the development team and relevant stakeholders

Company

My client is a fast growing, global business solutions provider located in London. The team is based across EMEA – there is opportunity to be part of a well-connected, growing team. With efficiency and professionalism at their core, they have gained a reputation for successful deployment of business solutions.

Key skills

  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, 2013 and 2015
  • Experience in Dynamics NAV C/SIDE and C/AL development
  • Experience in developing .Net with C# for Dynamics NAV platform
  • Experience developing solutions using Microsoft SQL server and SQL reporting services (SSRS, SSIS and SSAS)
  • Commitment and ownership of problems – ability to problem solve
  • Logical and analytical thinking

Opportunity

This is a superb opportunity for a Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013/2015 Developer who would like to gain experience in more challenging and varied avenues with an established solutions provider. You will have the opportunity to further your career into senior development or technical architecture roles.

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