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Microsoft Engineer (Fixed Term)

Job Title: Microsoft Engineer (Fixed Term)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Delft, South Holland
Salary: €4200 - €4500 per month + Benifits
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Month
REF: J5842
Contact Name: Charles Hill
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Microsoft Engineer - Delft, NL - 12 months contract (fixed Term) - €€ Competitive Monthly rate - ASAP START

Montash have been engaged by a global Consultancy Client to source and secure an experienced Microsoft Engineer to work on a series of Web based application projects.

  • 3+ years' experience Microsoft Scripting and hosting Web based applications.

  • "Higher Level" solution knowledge.

  • 5+ years' Engineer / Developer experience

  • Strong stakeholder engagement capabilities.

  • Windows Server 2012 experience is desirable.

  • Capable of across the board technologies use.

This is requirement is based in the Netherlands; therefore Dutch local is essential for this opportunity. Please submit an updated CV for a confidential conversation.

Location: Delft, NL

Duration: 12 months contract (Fixed term)

Rate: €€ Monthly

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