We’re looking for a Principal Nav/Business Central Engineer to join our NAV/Business Central Implementation team, to lead in developing features that will enable better business outcome across our company.
The individual we are looking for will have the ideal combination of technical and soft skills to be able to work in a cross functional team. The team need someone with lots of NAV and Business Central experience to lead from an engineering point of view, keen to share their knowledge, and help us make the most of the technology.
This is a full-time role, and our offices are in Central Manchester and Rochdale. We currently offer hybrid working with the recommendation of 3 days a week in the office. However, we welcome applicants outside Greater Manchester to start a conversation for further flexibility for the right person.
At Footasylum, we’ve been going through a digital transformation, changing how we deliver value to our business. A big part of this change is fostering a culture of being open and honest, collaborating, having fun and enabling psychological safety.
We want to create a place for teams to do their best work, and you’ll have the opportunity to influence our decisions, help define standards across the teams and contribute to a healthy and happy working environment.
You’ll be working in a multi-disciplinary team alongside a Product Manager, Project Manager, Nav/BC Engineers, Power Apps Engineers, and QA engineers. You are comfortable in line managing the Nav/BC Engineers and Power Apps Engineers in your team and you’ll also contribute towards the established community of practices at Footasylum and help promote better ways of working.
The team are currently involved in enhancing the current 365+ user NAV implementation and preparing a re-implementation in D365 Business Central. The work is exciting, using latest Microsoft technology, and the team is always learning and testing the capabilities of new technology.
Within your current organisation, you are a team player but also capable of taking the lead on new initiatives. As a Principal Engineer, you coach and possibly line manage other NAV/Business Central engineer(s) in your area. You support those around you, you're constantly learning, and work in a considerate and collaborative manner with a keen interested in new ways of working - and what value it can add for the team. For you, it’s not just about the technical solution, you want to understand how you are delivering value to the business.
You’ll see the value in engaging with stakeholders and the wider teams at Footasylum to have early involvement to ensure we build the right thing at the right time. Making our work open and supporting our colleagues’ career progression are things you really value, as we try and create meaningful change at Footasylum based on working together.
You’ll need experience of
- Developing within Dynamics NAV (Versions 2015 to 2018).
- Operated in an end-user environment, or at a Dynamics partner in an implementation role.
- Experience developing AL extensions for Business Central.
- Pair or mobbing on problems, sharing knowledge, and removing silos.
- Coaching and mentoring Nav/Business Central engineers, able to help them level up their skills.
- Connecting with different roles within the team and the department and manage stakeholder expectations.
- Using Azure Devops to release software in both test and production environments.
It will also nice if you have (but not essential!) any experience of
- Microsoft Azure
Salary & Benefits
We’re offering up to £70,000 for the right person, which we assess based on your own experiences, technical skills and against the principles of our department and our ways of working.
We recognise and value the importance of diversity to help make sure we have lots of different perspectives when we are building products and services. We know that this will help us build useful and accessible things which our customers will love. This is great news for our business. Diversity for us is also, importantly, about building happy teams full of people that want to learn and want to be inspired by each other and our different experiences and backgrounds.
All of our interviews are currently held online.
We review applications on an individual basis, and if we feel you would be a good fit we’ll invite you to meet with a few members of the Footasylum team for an informal chat about the role over a video chat, and to see if we’re a good fit for you.
Please note, this is not a remote role and our expectation is that you will be able to attend Head Office in a hybrid way, in Greater Manchester.