MS Teams/Office 365 Developer - PowerShell, Azure (Manchester)

Job title : MS Teams/Office 365 Developer - PowerShell, Azure (Manchester)
Location : London
Job type : Permanent
Salary : £45000 - £55000 per annum
Sector : Digital & Media
Contact : Marcus Bragg
Call : 020 7280 9935
Email : email Marcus
Reference : BHJOB6067_ BH-18113
MS Teams/Office 365 Developer - PowerShell, Azure (Manchester) 

One of our leading multinational media and digital marketing communications clients based out of Manchester is currently on the search for an experienced MS Teams/Office 365 Developer to join their end-user computing team as part of the Global Technology Transformation programme.

This role will be essential to the support and technical delivery of work across Microsoft Teams/O365 applications for the business with the opportunity to be a part of some exciting current projects such as Mergers and Acquisitions, JML Automation, the Migration of traditional telephony to Teams Enterprise Voice and Zoom integrations.

Key responsibilities include:
  • The successful development of custom Teams applications
  • The successful deployment and management of Teams application templates
  • Managing the resolution of escalated incidents and issues for Teams applications
  • Ensuring all Teams applications are designed, implemented, and maintained to the best practice specifications.
Experience required:
  • Excellent Teams apps development skills
  • Excellent PowerShell skills
  • Proven development experience within the Teams/O365 Suite  
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft development languages
  • Excellent troubleshooting skills and knowledge of problem resolution methodologies.
  • Good knowledge of IT Security protocols, processes, policies, and standards

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