IT & Internet
Stockton on Tees
Dynamics 365 Consultant - Stockton on Tees
Salary – Competitive + Pension + Life Ins + Health care + Mobile Phone + Free Breakfast + Bike to work Scheme + Regular Social Events
Our client is a highly successful IT solution provider Head Quartered in the North East supporting businesses across the UK. With 7 offices and 100+ staff they offer clients a genuine 24/7 support service through their own internal service desk, implementation team, software developers and cabling engineers.
Reporting to the Managing Director – Business Software and working closely with the existing development team, the Dynamics Consultant will be responsible for the implementation, delivery and knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics 365 products and services required by the clients.
Key responsibilities and accountabilities:
Supporting in sales, product demonstrations, analysis, implementation, and training of end users utilising Dynamics
Liaising with developers and clients – act as a point of communication
Working in conjunction with the existing bespoke development team
Operate as the lead point of contact for any and all matters specific to Dynamics
Manage and maintain relationships with clients to fully understand their requirements.
Plan, manage and sign off the deployment of Dynamics 365 Business Central
Assisting clients in realising Business intelligence capabilities of Dynamics / Power BI
Supporting existing dynamics clients environments
In return the company will offer:
A fantastic and flexible working environment
32 days holiday (inc bank holidays) and the ability to purchase up to an additional 10 days per annum
Private Health Insurance
Free breakfast, fruit, nespresso coffee, tea and soft drinks
Regular social events
Bike to Work scheme
A company phone which can be used for personal use
A company credit card so you're never left out of pocket
Additional Resources Ltd is an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.