D365 CRM Developer - Northeast
D365 / CRM Developer
About the job, day to day you'll:
- With your project team you will be customizing, developing, integrating, and extending 365 to meet client needs.
- Work with technology and design teams to support your clients - including identifying challenges on the horizon and supporting constant improvement
- Travel as needed to client sites.
- A detailed professional who knows how CRM supports client business needs.
- Adept at crafting CRM solutions with the ability to impart your knowledge with colleagues all over the globe.
- Your know-how will find you working in all phases of the SDLC.
- You'll be the lynchpin between clients, colleagues, and business partners in delivering solutions.
- You are an excellent communicator, with strong client management skills, and a real passion for technology.
- You love partnering with your clients to develop and lead a technology plan supported by CRM, and you have experience as a consultant working with external clients.
- You have around five years of experience in system design, application development, software engineering, or other related experience.
- You likely have a Bachelor's degree in business systems or a related field or equivalent experience.
- You are a self-starter and creative thinker.
- You are passionate about customer relationship management (CRM) and its potential to move organizations forward.
Your experience and skills include:
- Working with global and offshore teams to establish and maintain CRM technology
- Hands-on experience with D365 Customer Experience / Dynamics CRM technical solutions
- Work experience with Software as a Service (SaaS) environments
- Hands on experience with one or more of the following D365 / Dynamics CRM modules: PSA (PSA, Field Service, Sales, Marketing)
- Experience developing & deploying business applications using Microsoft's Dynamics Power Platform
- Core Skills: C#, SQL, .Net, D365, CRM SDK, CRM Plugins, PowerApps, PowerBI, & Flow
- Intermediate to advanced knowledge of relational database concepts.
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