Launch your new career in Microsoft consultancy with our MS Dynamics Returnship programme
If you've been out of the workplace for more than two years and are now ready to restart your career in IT, then our returnship programme could be for you.
Nigel Frank International are specialists in delivering permanent and freelance Microsoft Dynamics professionals to Microsoft Partners and End Users across the globe. Since 2006, we have placed over 20,000 Microsoft Professionals across a wide range of industries.
In association with award-winning Microsoft Gold partners we are offering an exciting opportunity to MS professionals looking to return to work, to join our 16-week returnship programme and a fast-track training course in MS Dynamics consultancy. This is a paid opportunity, with the expectation that at the end of your training, you will receive the offer of a permanent position with one of our partners.
You will receive:
- Microsoft Dynamics365 training through a 16 week course
- Mentoring and coaching on-site with one of our Microsoft Gold partner organisations
- A foot in the door of some of the world's most-reputable Dynamics CRM organisations
- Employability skills training such as Excel, CV writing, interview and presentation techniques
- Professional skills development, and ongoing support throughout your entire Diversity in Dynamics journey
To be eligible for this opportunity you must:
- Have been out of the workplace for 2 or more years
- Have experience with ERP and/or CRM solutions, in a Professional Services, Accounting, Procurement, Retail or Customer Services role
- Enjoy working face-to-face with customers
- Have a keen interest in IT and keeping up to date with new technologies
- A talent for problem solving and negotiating
- Be keen to return to work full-time
- Be able to travel to client sites and various locations throughout the UK
- Have the right to work in the UK
To find out more about this initiative, please contact email@example.com or click on here https://www.nigelfrank.com/en/diversityindynamics