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Technical solution Architect - €70000 - Europe based working

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Job Description:

Microsoft Dynamics AX/ Dynamics 365 F&O Technical Solution Architect – Malta

 

Pearson Carter is working with a Global Microsoft Partner based in Malta.

They are looking for a Dynamics AX/D365 F&O Solution Architect who will work closely with the client to execute their D365 global projects.

They offer a very competitive salary package of up to €70k with great relocation package

Get in touch if you’re looking for your next opportunity!

Responsibilities:

  • Working on full life cycle Dynamics AX/ D365 F&O Projects.
  • Leading the delivery of their Finance Microsoft Dynamics 365 solution.
  • Collaborate with the Global team.

Experience:

  • Extensive Dynamics AX 2012/D365 F&O experience
  • 6 years + experience with Dynamics 365 in a Technical Solution Architect role
  • End-to-end Full Life Cycle experience

Salary

They offer a very competitive salary of €70 + Benefits and relocation package

Location

The Microsoft Dynamics AX/D365 client has its main office based in Malta and does require relocation

How to Apply

Please apply asap with your CV to be considered for this position. You can also get in touch with me on 0191 406 6111 or at [email protected]

 

Pearson Carter is the Global Leader in Microsoft Dynamics AX/D365 F&O with specialist roles across the globe - www.pearsoncarter.com

 

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  • Job Type

    Permanent, Full Time

  • Work Authorisation

    No

  • Industry Sector IT & Internet

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