Application Developer - O365 - Perm - Aberdeen - market rate

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31 / 10 / 2019
Application Developer - O365 - Perm - Aberdeen - market rate

It’s all too easy these days to ignore adverts for software development jobs. Let’s face it they’re a bit like listening to the radio. You hear all the latest tunes, but they sound so similar it’s difficult to know what you like. Then something different catches your attention and really piques your interest.

In this role your input will be key to ensuring that the systems implemented not only allow the existing SharePoint platforms to continue to function as expected, but are also scalable and future proofed as much as possible. In return you will be joining a hugely successful and stable company who are currently expanding through acquisition. They have a very low staff turnover and world leading training and career development.

Abrecco’s client is looking for an Application Developer to join their corporate IT Team with the main focus on support and development of solutions on Microsoft Office 365 tools and platform.

If this sounds like the right role for you then read on, or just apply. It’s up to you…

What you’ll be doing:

* Developing solutions in O365, SharePoint and Azure to help support the business.
* Engage with stakeholders as part of the daily support and project delivery.
* Identify Opportunities for them to use current technologies in a more efficient, smarter way.
* Keeping up to date with the latest technologies and development techniques

The skills you’ll bring:

* Previous experience working on SharePoint and O365 integration.(PowerApps, PowerBI, Graph)
* The willingness to learn quickly and work within a global dynamic support and development team.
* Knowledge of other associated technologies (you’ll know what they are)

This is a truly interesting and exciting project kicking off at our client’s Aberdeen office. It offers an excellent salary together with one of the best benefits packages around (call for details)