NAV Support Analyst £35,000 - Bristol
They are a service provider that helps their customers in the municipal, industrial and construction industries to improve their water management process and reduce environmental pollution. They have a new, modern office in Bristol but are open to a hybrid onsite/home working arrangement, as well as flexible working hours.
If you share a passion for working collaboratively, learning and improving, embracing innovation, respecting your community and making the planet a better place, then you will be a welcome addition to the business.
They are in need of an experienced NAV professional with a background in providing 1st/2nd line support. They are currently on a modern version of NAV and have laid plans to upgrade to the latest, cloud-based version D365 Business Central, but are waiting for this position to be filled before they move forward. This is a great chance to get experience of working on the latest version of one of the most marketable ERPs out there, for a company that really makes a difference in the world.
You would be responsible for analysing the business' needs and working closely alongside their tech partner to ensure that the best ERP solution is made, that fully meets the needs of the business.
Will have demonstrable experience of supporting NAV systems in the past, as well as acting in an Analyst capacity in assessing business requirements and communicating these to the design and development team. End-to-End project lifecycle experience would be a bonus, but is not essential.
What's on offer
A very generous and competitive salary, rising as high as £45,000 to the most experienced candidate, as well as a generous benefits package including; Pension, Healthcare, Dress-down days, Birthday holidays and a modern, dog-friendly office for you to work in. Experience of working on an End-to-End D365 Business Central project will significantly increase your market value as an ERP professional, and a close-knit, family-feel environment will ensure that you not only succeed, but thrive.