Our #DigitalAddicts were pleased to welcome Hootsuite today for a lively discussion.
We think technology is sexy. And that it fuels creativity and change. If you are a passionate technologist and a hands-on critical thinker who likes to work with multi-disciplinary teams of digital experts then we’re looking for someone like you. Whether it is to increase interaction with a brand, innovate on customer experience and services, improve productivity and decision-making in the workplace or renovate systems, you will be key to making a difference in the digital transformation of our clients.
We are currently looking for three Microsoft Dynamic developers with varying levels of experience:
- Senior Dynamic .NET Developer 5+ years
- Semi-senior .NET Developer 2 – 4 years
- Junior .NET Developer 0 – 2 years
- Based on experience, different consultants should have "Good - Excellent" level of Microsoft Dynamics CRM knowledge (if limited to .Net skills, additional training will be provided)
- Configuration and hands-on custom development of domain specific product using MS Dynamics CRM On-Premise 2013/2015/2016
- Experience earlier versions i.e. CRM 2011 (not below 2011) , 2013, 2015 and 2016 preferred
- Understanding of Microsoft Dynamics CRM Architecture and specific implementation, customization, development, usage, and migrations
- Experiences with Development of:
- Visual Studio 2015, MS .NET framework, C#, XRM (Dynamics SDK)
- Plugins developments and Client-side scripting (Typescript, AngularJS 2)
- Some experience of Agile SCRUM, JIRA, Bitbucket
- XRM applications by using custom code
- Plugins development
- Web services
- Travelling (1x month)
- English fluent oral and written
- Spanish is an advantage
Join our team of digital addicts
blue-infinity employees put every ounce of their passion into creating solutions that make our clients proud. We’re all about building something meaningful that will last. We approach our work with thought and care and we want to work with people who do the same. Are you ready to push the boundaries of digital change?