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Microsoft project manager/scrum master

Customers' offices, Inetum-Realdolmen offices or home office, Belgium


As a Project Manager/Scrum master you are responsible for the initiation, execution and delivery of our projects within our Business Solutions division. These projects are all related to ERP, CRM or SharePoint and Data Insights projects. We use scrum as a methodology, but since we are the supplier for our customers, it's important to know that scope control and budget control also belong to your responsibilities.

Your role

Control the scope, budget and timing of a project.
Identify the necessary resources (internal collaborators, subcontractors, suppliers, etc.) and assign responsibilities.
Manage the day-to-day operational aspects of the project.
Report the progress of the project to all stakeholders.
Look for ways to improve customer satisfaction and develop long term relationships with customers.

Do you have…

Minimum 5 years of experience in Project Management.
Experience with scrum or any other agile methodology.
Experience with project management in one of the following technologies: Dynamics 365 CE, Dynamics 365 F&O, SharePoint (O365), PowerBI, Salesforce or SAP.
Fluent in either Dutch or French and good understanding of English.
If that’s you, come in and have a talk with us! 


The opportunity to have a meaningful job where you can make a difference;
The chance to continuously evolve as a professional, coupled with a variety of training opportunities;
Relevant career opportunities to get you where you want to be, with the IT knowledge you need;
Inetum-Realdolmen wants you to find a balance between work and private life by offering flexible hours, satellite offices and home working;
32 days of annual leave, because life isn’t all about working;
Forget about the miles: we provide you with a company car and a national fuel card;
Group insurance and hospitalization insurance, because we care about you;
And of course, we also offer a gross salary. One which is optimized from a net perspective for our employees!

Interested? Questions? Recommendations? For more information, contact your recruiter Jef Van Dyck directly via mail or phone: or +32 2 801 42 89.

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