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Job 107893

Functional Experts and Sitecore Developer - Kopenhagen/Remote

- Express Product Launch
- Active support within requirements engineering workshops on clients premises on the topic of sitecore capabilities.
- Support the Customer remote and onsite development team for sitecore technical aspects and capabilities.
- Direct involvement with implementation team to bring Sitecore technical and functional knowledge.

Requirements (Must have):
- Sitecore Developer Certification
- Sitecore Architecture spanning releases 7.2 to 9.1
- Development within the Sitecore CMS using Microsoft asp framework
- Experience implementing applications embedded in Sitecore CMS architecture
- Fluent English language skills

Additional Skills:
- Sitecore Platform expertise: Content Manager, Web Interface, Mobile Interface, Security and Admin, Search, Email, Social Connect, Marketing, Segmentation, Location, Analytics, XP DB
- Excellent communication skills and Client facing skills
- User Experience Expert, capable of designing Mock Ups and Wireframes during Workshops, capable of Designing User Interfaces
- Active Requirements Engineering Participation with client in an agile manner, able to challenge client
- Experience in Airlines and Air Cargo preferred but not mandatory

Nice to have:
- Danish language desirable

- Initial for 3-4 weeks 100% onsite and after 100% remote possible


Banu Cankaya
Telefon: +49 40 8796967-10
  • Branche Logistik/Transport
  • Ort Kopenhagen/Remote
  • Start 01.03.2019
  • Dauer 30.06.2019
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