Whether you’re just starting out in your first role or have years of experience as a NAV developer behind you, it’s a certainty that you will work for many different organisations over the rest of your career. Developer roles, and NAV developer jobs are certainly no exception, tend to be shorter term. So how do you make sure time between jobs is minimised?
Where Can You Find NAV Developer Jobs?
While NAV is one of the most popular ERP systems on the German market and the large user base that’s resulted means plenty of work is available, it’s also the ERP system with the most competitive candidate pool.
Put simply, there aren’t enough jobs that a given candidate can afford to miss out on opportunities. So it’s important to see as many job listings as you can – you can’t apply for jobs you don’t know about.
No posting is ever advertised on all the job boards, and a significant amount of time and effort can go into keeping up to date on all of them. However, even if you’re following all the boards, you will still miss out on some jobs. Why?
Not all jobs are ever advertised in that way.
The high minimum familiarity with NAV needed for NAV developers means that widely advertised jobs receive too high a proportion of unqualified applicants. To avoid this – and to reduce the amount of time they have to spend on each placement – many businesses instead reach out to specialist recruiters like us. (And more businesses reach out to us once job boards have failed to provide a lead.)
Once we have a clear understanding of the job role and the organisation it connects to, we’ll look at our own candidate pool and reach out to anyone we find who could be appropriate for it. That’s where the hard work begins. We don’t want to put a candidate forward unless we believe that both the client and the candidate will be satisfied with the match. Our record for this is pretty good – we average one placement for every 2.6 CVs we send out.
Contact us today and we can get the process started for you.