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Ms Dynamics NAV Developer (€60,000 - €70,0000+ bonus)

Job Title: Ms Dynamics NAV Developer (€60,000 - €70,0000+ bonus)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Berlin
Industry:
Salary: €60000.00 - €70000.00 per annum
REF: J7132
Contact Name: Cristian Amanta
Contact Email: cristiana@montash.com
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Ms Dynamics NAV Developer (€60,000 - €70,000 + 10% Bonus + Benefits)

*Exclusive Vacancy*

I am currently working with an International Company that is going through a large IT Transformation. They are experiencing rapid international growth, and they are investing heavily within Ms Dynamics NAV.

My client is seeking a technically gifted NAV Developer with strong experience in NAV2015 to join their team. My client is currently integrating new NAV modules to their existing application hence it is a very interesting time to join the business.

Experience:

  • 3-5 years of experience in Ms Dynamics NAV
  • Experience in Shop, Payment, and Logistics modules
  • Experience in integration to backend applications
  • Good C/AL Programming skills
  • Exposure to SQL Server (2008R2)
  • Upgrades from earlier NAV Versions.
  • Fluent in German and English

If interested, please apply with your resume.

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