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SharePoint Developer/Administrator

Company Overview

Emagine IT is an information technology consulting services company that specializes in delivering technology solutions to meet the needs of clients. Our reputation reflects the high quality of the talented Emagine IT team and the consultants working for our clients. Our mission is to understand and meet the needs of both our clients and consultants by delivering quality, value-added solutions. Our solutions are designed and managed to not only reduce costs, but to improve business processes, accelerate response time, improve services to end users, and give our clients a competitive edge, now and into the future. As business systems integrators, we will align our clients’ business processes and information systems to enable them to access the right information at the right time, empowering them to achieve their desired business results and create enterprise value.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • SharePoint (2010,2013) Developer with ability to help with business process reengineering and metadata tagging, etc.
  • Support site owner of the SP Environment
  • Perform SP development when needed
  • Provide capability to publish to a blog site
  • Provide a better collaboration environment for team
  • Establish workflows in SP
  • Establish site, build system and create processes in collaboration with customer
  • Demonstrate potential for expanded use across organization; document and solve new requirements as they arise
  • Conduct analysis of Project Web Access (PWA) and identify areas for improvement
  • Implement plan of action to improve PWA

Qualifications and Skills

  • Expert in differences between SharePoint 2010 and 2013
  • Understand how to best set up document libraries and list so that content is easily searchable and manageable
  • Content Management - how to best lay out content, navigation, and wording so that all content is easy to navigate and read.
  • Expert in Microsoft Office and how it integrates with 360
  • SharePoint 2010 site administration
  • SharePoint 2013 site administration
  • Ability to apply security patches
  • SharePoint development
  • Content migration techniques
  • Integrating Microsoft Office with SharePoint 360
  • InfoPath administration
  • SharePoint Designer (how to create workflows, editing of master pages, changing the XLST programming, page design, etc.)
  • Understanding of business process reengineering
  • Organized, flexible, creative, and able to communicate clearly to non-technical people
  • Ability to analyze server environment to optimize performance
  • Perform basic system administrator functions
  • Certified in MS Project Web Application (PWA) and/or Microsoft Project Server 2013 (required)
  • At least 3 – 5 years of Project Server experience (Desired)
  • Must have experience with MS Project 2013 or higher
  • Any certificate in SharePoint or Microsoft
  • Any classes in SharePoint would be helpful
  • Demonstrated experience in standing up SharePoint Environment to include workflows
  • Any certificate in SharePoint or Microsoft
  • Any classes in SharePoint would be helpful
  • Demonstrated experience in standing up SharePoint Environment to include workflows

Additional Qualifications

  • XLST Programming
  • Expert in MS Project Web Access
  • Conduct analysis of PWA and identify areas for improvement. Provide LOE and plan of action to make improvements
  • Improve PMO Report Card on PWA
  • Improve PWA Business Intelligence Center
  • Identify ways to export PWA data into SharePoint pages to reduce duplicative data
  • Work with PMO and other vendor to identify and improve additional areas on PWA.

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Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.

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