Dynamics 365 Developer

Headforwards | Cornwall, United Kingdom

Date listed

2 months ago

Employment Type

Full time

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4/5 (12 reviews)

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Are you a Dynamics Developer looking for a new, exciting opportunity?

Salary: £35,000 - £50,000

Office location: Redruth, Cornwall, United Kingdom

We are working with our client to enhance and improve the way that they are able to respond to and deal with customer enquiries and problems. They are currently implementing a new Customer Experience Platform (CxP) which is underpinned by Microsoft Dynamics 365 (D365). A lot of discovery work has been done so far and they are now starting to develop the platform using an agile delivery framework model, taking early opportunities to deliver value in tandem to developing and evolving the CxP platform.

We are now building a development team to support this work. You'll be working in an agile team. We are grateful that we are a company that can work from home easily, and so we all started doing this a week before lockdown. We are reviewing this as time passes and government advice changes but for now, we can work from home, so we are. We'll provide you with whatever you might need in order to work comfortably from home, apart from an extra room... we can't do extensions, sorry! :) But if you have a quiet space that you can work in, we can do the rest! When we get back to normal you will be working mainly at our offices and occasionally at our client’s offices (10 miles apart). Your involvement in this team will generate more efficient process and improve the experience for our client’s customers and employees.

We're looking for a developer to support development of solutions within the CXP platform, to solve specific business problems/need.

  • Define solutions on D365 solution to solve specific business problems/need
  • Develop new capabilities and extend use cases on D365
  • Develop customer portal on D365
  • Provide integration to various front end and back end systems
  • Work within an agile delivery framework to deliver iterative business value through the CXP platform

Why work for Headforwards?

Whilst you will work in this small self-organising team, you'll be part of our wider company which is over 100 Developers from 19 different countries, all of us based in Cornwall. We’re a really friendly bunch, intelligent, inquisitive and we all want to do the right thing with software development. We work hard but we have an outstanding work-life balance and we’re very grateful for it, its one of the reasons our software is so good. We are truly agile and we're fans of TDD, BDD and Continuous Delivery. We also love pair programming & mobbing and our modern offices are set up to enable teams to do this well. There are lots of other teams here, all working on their own different and unique applications.

You’ll benefit from knowledge sharing with other teams, internal talks, communities of practice and our great social environment. We have a very laid back feel with a relatively flat structure. Our culture and environment is dedicated to making people happy at work. Not only will you get to work in this amazing team, but you will get to do it in the stunning county of Cornwall. Our offices are less than 5 miles from the beach and some of the most amazing coastline in the UK. Cornwall’s tech scene has been quietly growing over the last decade but momentum has really gained pace over the last couple of years. We are home to some fantastic companies all hiring great tech talent, and now, our airport is home to the UK's first spaceport in partnership with Virgin Orbit. Another great boost for Cornwall. If this all sounds like something you want to be a part of then let’s talk soon!


Required experience

  • Experience of development of complex configuration in Dynamics 365 online including developing from scratch and migration from legacy systems
  • Comfortable working in an Agile environment
  • Integration experience with various front-end web services and customer portals
  • Integration experience with various back office systems
  • Experience with the programming languages associated with D365 development

Desired but not essential

  • Experience of related Microsoft products, for example SharePoint and Power BI would be advantageous

The closing date for this role is 1st November 2020. We recruit on a rolling basis and fill our vacancies as soon as we find people who fit our culture and meet the skills requirements. This means that whilst we have a closing date on all of our roles, we may offer the role to someone before the end date, so we recommend that you apply as soon as possible. Due to our timescales you must be eligible to work in the UK, or in the UK with a visa which we can takeover if necessary.

No recruitment agencies please

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