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Power Platform Consultant. Remote, Uk. An Employee Focused Microsoft Gold Partner, Slough, Conspicuo

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
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Power Platform Consultant. Remote, Uk. An Employee Focused Microsoft Gold Partner, Slough, Conspicuo
United Kingdom, Berkshire, Slough,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Power platform consultant. remote, uk. an employee focused microsoft gold partner
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Full-time/ Perm London based office- remote or hybrid working to suit Salary- £60-75k Role You will have the opportunity to become a valued member of the rapidly growing Dynamics 365 CE and Power Platform practice. Do you want hands on experience with the latest technology? We want an enthusiastic and passionate Dynamics 365 individual who will keep update to-date with the latest trends/ releases You'll get the chance to get stuck in with, customising and configuring the system to meet client requirements gathered Company 20 years as a Microsoft Gold Partner have allowed my client to build a team of over 60 Dynamics Professionals, working on over 800 Dynamics Projects. They are a growing company who are striving to be one of the UK`s most innovative Microsoft Dynamics 365 Partners. Their services include the Design, Training, Configuration and Project Management of Dynamics 365 Cloud Solutions. They already have over 200 clients with this expanding every week, so this is an extremely exciting opportunity What We Would Love You to Have - Strong Dynamics 365 CE/ Power Platform Consultancy experience, - Strong Power Platform experience/ knowledge e.g., Canvas Apps, Power Automate, PowerApps, Power BI, UI Design, etc., - Client facing experience e.g., leading presentations, - Microsoft Dynamics 365 CE and Power Platform certifications would be a bonus, - Organisation, time management and excellent communication skills, - Holds a UK Drivers Licence, - Flexible and hardworking, - Ability to meet deadlines and remain calm under pressure. Benefits For You Progression and training opportunities. Great place to work certified in October 2021- this is proven with their hybrid/ flexible working. Additionally; life insurance, private health care, company shares, breakfast mornings, subsidised gym membership and group personal pension plans- AND MORE To find out more reach out now- tyla.greenslade-jonesconspicuous.com

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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