• Developer (Microsoft Dynamics)

    Job Locations US-DC
    Posted Date 3 months ago(10/16/2018 8:38 AM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    *Technical Consulting
  • Overview

    Acuity is currently seeking a full-time CRM Developer to join a team for a Microsoft Dynamics CRM implementation. 


    Acuity is an award winning consulting firm that provides proven management and technological services to the Federal government. Recognized as one of the Best Places to Work by the Washington Business Journal for five consecutive years in a row, as well as Smart CEO's Corporate Culture award, we are hiring an additional developers to further assist and join in our growth.


    Working with a team of Junior- and Senior-level developers to design and implement the Microsoft CRM platform tailored to business needs. 

    Providing support for users and trouble shooting any issues after implementation.  Client requires a solid technical MS Dynamics CRM developer to work on their MS Dynamics CRM customer implementation. The role will offer a chance to start on a variety of exciting new projects in addition to the following: 

    • Fully build out software system for End User 
    • Support and troubleshoot existing code 
    • Work closely with functional team to maximize business efficiency 


    • Ideally 2 or years of previous experience with Microsoft Dynamics CRM
    • Ability to write clean code using .NET and C# 
    • At least 2 or more years experience with MS SQL server 
    • A solid technical understanding of MS Dynamics CRM
    • mpetent with creating plugins and creating workflows 
    • Excellent communication skills 
    • Strong interpersonal skills
    • Positive attitude and creativity
    • Ability to problem solve and act as the main point of contact with the Client's customers

    Clearance Requirement:

    • DOD Secret clearance with preference for those who currently hold a Top Secret clearance


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