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MS Dynamics CRM Lead - Weybridge - Up to £65K

Job Title: MS Dynamics CRM Lead - Weybridge - Up to £65K
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Weybridge, Surrey
Salary: £55000.00 - £65000.00 per annum + an attractive benefits package
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J8510_1503574127
Contact Name: Vikki Bayfield
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

MS Dynamics CRM Lead - Weybridge - £55,000 - £65,000 + attractive benefits package

Our client a FTSE 100 multinational company are actively seeking a MS Dynamics CRM Lead with a background in B2B or B2C, to join their team based in Weybridge.

The MS Dynamics CRM Lead will be responsible for managing the global template for MS Dynamics CRM and owning & understanding business processes. The MS Dynamics CRM Lead will also have responsibility for identifying and owning delivery of outsourced projects as well as managing an offshore team.

Key skills:

  • Extensive experience supporting and configuring Microsoft Dynamics O365
  • Leadership skills
  • Skilled in gathering requirements, analysing data, and delivering to requirements.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills


  • Own the support and maintenance of the Group CRM Dynamics O365 platform: -
    • Establish a robust Business-as-Usual Support model
    • Establish a defined operating model for CRM Dynamics,
    • Manage outsource service providers to SLA and budget
    • Build strong relationships with Microsoft Customer Success Manager
    • Operate a robust Incident, Change and Release process
    • Maintain Global CRM SharePoint Site and associated system documentation
  • Program management of multiple projects and/or direct management of individual systems projects
  • Determine business requirements and transform these into system specifications and ultimately into the global CRM platform.
  • Develop a structed strategy to underpin business needs.
  • Demonstrate clear leadership and the ability to influence and persuade business partners
  • Analyse business requirements and advise on scope and options for process, systems and operational improvements
  • Management of changes in implementation of process and systems innovation
  • Operate at senior level as an individual contributor or managing virtual resources
  • Assist in the development and growth of more junior colleagues in the team through coaching and mentoring.

About You:

  • You will be someone who has a mindset that consistently looks at bettering the systems and process and doesn't settle for the status quo.
  • An attitude that welcomes challenges and picking up work out of your comfort zone
  • Your background could be as a Business Analyst, Project Manager, Team Lead or Consultant
  • The environment is challenging and exciting, this role is a chance for you to be in the spotlight and make a difference.

If this MS Dynamics CRM Lead role is of interest, then please respond with an up to date CV.

MS Dynamics CRM Lead - Weybridge - £55,000 - £65,000 + attractive benefits package

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