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VBA Developer

Job Title: VBA Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Coventry, West Midlands
Salary: £200 - £275 per day + DOE
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: J9838_1507466758
Contact Name: Roddy Coltart
Contact Email:
Job Published: 12 days ago

Job Description

VBA Developer required. Montash are looking for a VBA Developer to work with one of their key clients in the West Midlands. The VBA Developer will come on board on an interim basis to build a daily cash flow forecast model in Excel. The VBA Developer will therefore need advanced Excel and visual basic expertise.

The VBA Developer will ideally be degree educated with experience of developing software using virtual basic. The VBA Developer will have exceptional numeracy, logic and problem solving skills. The VBA Developer must have strong communication skills as there will be a requirement to work with customers using the tool. The VBA Developer will be motivated and have the ability to manage a number of ongoing tasks autonomously.

In summary, the VBA Developer will have the following:

  • Excellent virtual basic skills
  • Advanced Excel
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously

If you feel you are a good fit for this, please apply ASAP as this is an urgent requirement.

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