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  • My name is Nick and I am a recruiter from AVID Technical Resources, we are currently looking to backfill a CRM Developer role in Providence Rhode Island. It is a contract role extending from now until 7/2011 (potentially the end of the year).

    The client is looking for a Dynamics CRM Developer that has worked with Scribe software.   The candidate will be working on the relationship management database which runs on Dynamics CRM.  The client is currently using MS Dynamics 4.0.  They are going to be an early adopter of 5.0.  This is a long term project and could last over a year.  The candidate will be working on three sections.  Data Quality, Data Capture & Data Integration.  The first section or phase, will be the Data Quality.  Our CRM Developer will have assistance from a Data/QA Analyst to help scrub the database to document what information is currently in there.  The candidate should have experience with tools such as Adxstudio & Stunnware.   

    In addition the candidate should know, .NET, C#, JavaScript, SQL Server, SharePoint and Visual Studio. This role will be a mix of individual contributor and some team lead responsibilities. 4+ years of object oriented business application design and development experience is required.

    If this position interests you, please contact me directly at 617-963-1921 and/or email a copy or your resume to nicholas.giallousis@avidtr.com

    I look forward to hearing from you soon! Thanks for looking!

    Friday, October 8, 2010 3:47 PM


  • The LinkedIn Group for Microsoft Dynamics CRM is an excellent place to put job-postings, and probably more appropriate than listing here.  However, as I'm unfamiliar with the official position of using these postings for employment solicitations, I would instead ask that future postings be created as Discussions, rather than Questions.

    Personally, my opinion is that posts of this nature should be welcome here, so long as they do not obstruct the traditional use of the forum.

    Dave Berry - MVP Dynamics CRM - http:\\crmentropy.blogspot.com
    Friday, October 8, 2010 6:38 PM