Permanent Position: Dynamics CRM Developer

Salary: £40,000 to £55,000 DOE

Location: Central Bristol (BS1 2NT)

Benefits: Flexible working environment, no line manager, above average holiday allowance, generous training budget, discretionary annual company bonus, Friday drinks, no dress code, onsite café, secure cycle parking, hot showers + nice people to work with!


The role

Felinesoft is looking for experienced Dynamics CRM Developers to work in our central Bristol office to work within the development team. You’ll be working within a team of experienced developers and be involved in full-cycle development of Dynamics CRM solutions, from requirement gathering to technical support for clients.

The team is keen to learn and to share their knowledge. We self-organise at Felinesoft so everyone has lots of freedom about how they work, but within a really supportive environment.

Essential skills and experience

  • 2 years minimum of commercial experience in developing and configuring MS Dynamics CRM 2013 and 2015, D365 on-line and on premise, and 1 year minimum of experience in general software development

  • Working knowledge of JavaScript, C# and Visual Studio

  • A collaborative team player 

  • Great problem-solving skills

  • Excellent communication skills, both written & oral


Nice to haves

  • Familiarity with using Team Foundation Server (TFS)
  • Experience of working to agile/scrum practices
  • Certification in Microsoft Dynamics CRM


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Vacancy re-opened 7th Feb 2020, closing 8th March 2020.

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