Kick-start an incredible career as a Microsoft Cloud Developer

Get paid to become Microsoft-certified and work with some of the best-known brands in tech

How it works

At Revolent, we help people launch incredible new careers in the cloud. Our two-year cross-training program combines training, certification, and paid work experience with one or more of our clients, including market-leading companies, tech giants, and Microsoft end-users.

And best of all—you get paid through it all.

After two years with us, you’ll be fully trained, certified, and have crucial work experience under your belt, working with a top-of-the-line public cloud computing platform—Microsoft Cloud.

The Microsoft Cloud Developer—an overview

Microsoft Cloud Developers specialize in delivering cloud-based applications, products, and services through Microsoft Azure, Business Applications, or Dynamics 365.

As ‘builders’, they’re masters of coding who can blend technical and people-driven knowledge to deliver elegant solutions through the cloud. If you’re comfortable conducting validation tests, deploying solutions, or troubleshooting—then this might just be the role for you!

Our Microsoft Cloud careers program—in depth

We offer an intensive, two-year cross-training program that will help you kick-start a lucrative new career as a Microsoft Cloud Developer.

It includes:

Check out the five pathways on offer below:

We offer five specialist tracks within the
Microsoft Cloud Developer pathway:

Dynamics 365 Developer (Finance and Operations)​

On this specialist track, you’ll learn how to work with Finance and Operations apps in Microsoft Dynamics 365 to implement and extend applications that meet business needs.

Role and responsibilities

Developers that specialize in Finance and Operations have a range of responsibilities within an organization, including:

Certifications available through this pathway

Over two years, we’ll fund and support you to earn the following certifications:

With the right skills, certifications, and work experience, a Dynamics 365 Developer specializing in Finance and Operations can earn a starting salary of $107,500 (USD) rising to $165,000 for those with 10 years’ experience or more.  

Operating across multiple different industry clouds, Dynamics 365 boasts a wide range of progression opportunities.  

As a Dynamics 365 Developer, you would first progress to become a Senior Dynamics 365 Developer. From there, you have a wide range of options open to you, including becoming a Technical Lead, Scrum Master, Technical Architect, Chief Architect, Technical Consultant, or even Head of Development.  

Beyond that, you could also choose to specialize in a different Dynamics 365 Cloud (such as Business Central services, or Customer Engagement).  

 

Dynamics 365 Developer (Business Central)

On this specialist track, you’ll learn how to use Dynamics Business Central to build, implement, and integrate D365 with other cloud products and services.

Role and responsibilities

The responsibilities of a D365 Business Central Developer can vary by organization, but often include:

Certifications available through this pathway

Over two years, we’ll fund and support you to earn the following certifications:

With the right skills, certifications, and work experience, a Dynamics 365 Developer specializing in Business Central operations can earn a starting salary of $90,250 (USD) rising to $130,750 for those with 10 years’ experience or more.  

 

Operating across multiple different industry clouds, Dynamics 365 boasts a wide range of progression opportunities.  

As a Dynamics 365 Developer, you would first progress to become a Senior Dynamics 365 Developer. From there, you have a wide range of options open to you, including becoming a Technical Lead, Scrum Master, Technical Architect, Chief Architect, Technical Consultant, or even Head of Development.  

Beyond that, you could also choose to specialize in a different Dynamics 365 Cloud (such as Finance and Operations or Customer Engagement).  

Dynamics 365 Developer (Customer Engagement)

On this specialist track, you’ll learn how to use Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement to develop and deliver highly innovative software solutions through D365, Power Platform, Dataverse, and Azure.

Role and responsibilities

The responsibilities of a Dynamics 365 Business Central Developer can vary, depending on the needs of the business, but  usually include: 

Certifications available through this pathway

Over two years, we’ll fund and support you to earn the following certifications:

With the right skills, certifications, and work experience, a Dynamics 365 Developer specializing in Customer Engagement operations can earn a starting salary of around $90,000 (USD) though this can rise to up to $130,000 if you have multiple years’ experience in Dynamics CE.  

 

Operating across multiple different industry clouds, Dynamics 365 boasts a wide range of progression opportunities.  

As a Dynamics 365 Developer, you would first progress to become a Senior Dynamics 365 Developer. From there, you have a wide range of options open to you, including becoming a Technical Lead, Scrum Master, Technical Architect, Chief Architect, Technical Consultant, or even Head of Development.  

Beyond that, you could also choose to specialize in a different Dynamics 365 Cloud (such as Finance and Operations or Customer Engagement).  

Azure Security Operations Developer

On this specialist track, you’ll learn how to develop and deploy solutions that manage and interface company data, all with security best practice in mind.

Role and responsibilities

The responsibilities of an Azure Security Operations (SecOps) Developer can vary from company to company, but will often include:

Certifications available through this pathway

Over two years, we’ll fund and support you to earn the following certifications:

Azure Developers with the right skills and certifications own a highly sought-after skillset in the Azure ecosystem. As such, in the US, Azure Developers can earn around $120,750, with more experienced Developers earning up to $180,500 Freelance and contractor Azure Developers can expect to earn between $92-$140 per hour. 

 

Azure SecOps Developers have a number of career progression options available to them. You could choose to become a Senior Azure Developer, Senior SecOps Developer, and even an Azure Consultant. You could also progress your career further and become a Technical Lead, Architect, or Lead Developer.  

 

Power Platform Developer

Through this specialist track, you’ll learn how to develop applications using Microsoft Power Platform components, such as Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power Virtual Agents.

Role and responsibilities

The responsibilities of a Power Platform Developer can vary, based on your organization, but often include:

Certifications available through this pathway

Over two years, we’ll fund and support you to earn the following certifications:

In the US, the average salary for a Power Platform Developer is $105,000 per year (or $53.85 per hour). Typically, positions start at around $92,500 with the right skills and certifications, but the most experienced professionals can earn up to $132,850 per year. 

 

 

Power Platform Developers have strong career progression opportunities available to them. Depending on where your interest lies, you could become any of the following: Power Platform Consultant, Power Platform Architect, or even a Power Platform Practice Lead.

 

 

Support and Development at Revolent

To ensure you become the very best at what you do, we’ll give you access to our world-class Support and Development suite, helping you to gain further industry certifications throughout your time with us. 

What happens after the training?

Once you’ve completed the two-year training program with us, you’ll be an experienced and sought-after Microsoft Cloud Developer.

From here, the sky’s the limit. 

You can:

Join the client

and take your place as a permanent employee

Stay with Revolent

and progress into a more senior role

Begin your own cloud journey

and choose your next adventure

Application criteria for this program:

To apply for this program, you’ll need at least two years of technical and commercial experience in object-oriented programming, particularly Java, .Net, Python, C++, or C# and have been through at least one software development lifecycle in a commercial setting.

Experience in Financial Services or Supply Chain would be an asset.

Beyond this, you’ll also need some of the following:

Ready to start an amazing career as a Microsoft Cloud Developer?