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Careers with OpenCRM demand high quality people. We are looking for the right person, if that's you, why not get in touch with us direct, or take a look at these specific roles that we are currently pro actively recruiting for;

Working with the Managing Director as a Business Development support resource, dealing with enquiries and communicating with prospects and existing customers to present OpenCRM, develop and secure new business.

Carrying out Account Management tasks and gauging satisfaction from existing subscribers of our services.

Due to the success of our hosted CRM application OpenCRM, we currently have an opportunity for someone who wants to develop their skills as a Helpdesk Support Technician.

We have an immediate vacancy for the right candidate.

The job involves working with a small team of dedicated individuals. We can offer you your own desk with a computer (really!).

This role is a key appointment, given that you will be responsible for giving support to our clients. We have built up an enviable reputation with our clients, offering them truly 5 star support.

Based in Richmond (North Yorkshire), you will be responsible for answering the phone and helping customers with problems and technical queries. You are unlikely to have specific knowledge of OpenCRM, however an understanding of how business system are used in a modern company is an advantage. You probably give advice and assistance to friends and colleagues or have worked in a helpdesk environment previously.

Support is managed direct from our office in Richmond, near Darlington.

Due to the success of our hosted CRM application OpenCRM, we currently have two opportunities for individuals who want to develop their skills as web applications software developers. 

The job involves working with a small team of dedicated individuals. We can offer you eye strain, branded cola and friends for life.

 You can give us 'that something special', diligence, accuracy, precision and accuracy, and precision and diligence (and did we mention accuracy?) 

You will probably already be a web designer or have been involved with applications development. You may be a graduate that has no work experience, but has the enthusiasm to build your career. It is likely that you will have a solid knowledge of HTML, PHP, MySQL (or similar), or .NET technologies. 

Based in Richmond (North Yorkshire), we have immediate vacancies for the right candidates.

Due to the success of our hosted CRM application OpenCRM, we currently have a real opportunity for an individual who wants to develop their skills as a Project / Training Manager.

The job involves working with a small team of dedicated individuals. We can offer you eye strain, branded cola and friends for life. You can give us 'that something special', diligence, accuracy, precision and accuracy, and precision and diligence (and did we mention accuracy?)

You will probably already have been involved with CRM applications or IT Services projects.

You are required to interface with the customers once a Sales Order has been completed, client interactions and follow ups will be managed by you, through Project delivery to sign off.
Elements within OpenCRM are configurable without development expertise, you will be required to assist clients in their understanding of the use of OpenCRM in relation to their business and then configure fields, values, templates as well as data import considerations to deliver the agreed solution.

Users receive training largely across the web, you will be responsible for delivering these kick-start sessions.

On occasions you will be required to visit clients offices to deliver structured training or on-site project professional services.

The right candidate will have a high level of integrity, be good on the telephone and have a strong can-do ethos. This position is a key role in our development over the next few years.

You may even be a graduate that has no direct work experience, but has the enthusiasm to build your career.

Want to work with a super fun team of CRM software masterminds?

Software Add-ons are a software development company based in North Yorkshire.

Our clients are based in the UK and around the world, utilising our Hosted CRM platform OpenCRM. Support is managed direct from our office in Richmond.

Based in Richmond (North Yorkshire), we have immediate vacancies for the right candidates.

We are always looking for nimble fingered softies who can help us build OpenCRM and the team, if the above does not sound like it is for you, why not drop us your CV so that we can see what other opportunities might be appropriate?

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