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TRADOC G-2 Operational Environment Enterprise Portal Team has an open position for a SharePoint developer to create front and back-end solutions. Experience with SharePoint development in Microsoft Azure Cloud/O365 preferred. Site collection administration and permissions management are inherent responsibilities with this position.
The candidate must be self-starting; have a strong attention to detail; excellent oral and written communication skills; customer service and time management skills; and have a firm understanding of Agile development methodology and ITIL Services best practices.
Your future duties and responsibilities
• Manage SharePoint users, groups, and permissions and able to trouble shoot access issues.
• Build webpages using web parts and OOTB SharePoint features.
• Provide planning, designing, configuring, testing and implementing of SharePoint solutions using C# and Visual Studio.
• Work with stakeholders to produce a meaningful and user friendly SharePoint Site and Sub-sites.
• Maintain and create calendars, contact lists, links, user accounts, permission levels, troubleshooting all access issues, etc.
• Improve search capabilities with relevant cataloging and tagging of content for information taxonomy.
• Ensure up-to-date and accurate information within Knowledge Management systems by performing data mining, data entry, and editing, analysis and quality control reviews. Leverage the importance of such data through reporting and data analytics.
• Works closely with Knowledge Managers and Support Staff to document and organize event data and content.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
• 3+ years of hands-on SharePoint 2010 or higher development. SharePoint 2013 and O365 preferred.
• 1-2 years of server-side web development using .NET and C#. Experience building apps in SharePoint 2013 is preferred.
• Must have experience with Microsoft Office Apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio) and SharePoint 2010 or higher.
• 3+ years of relevant experience developing database applications.
• Must have knowledge of SharePoint Content Types, Webparts, Search capabilities, group policies/user permission sets and cross-site functions of Microsoft SharePoint.
• Experience using SharePoint Designer.
• Experience using Visual Studio.
• Experience with workflow creation utilizing out of the box capabilities, SharePoint Designer and Visual Studio.
• Knowledge of Active Directory authentication and Forms Based Authentication (FBA) as it applies to SharePoint. Knowledge of IdAM is desired.
• Experience with Bitbucket, Git, or any source code repositories is desired.
• Experience with SharePoint migrations.
• Building and implementing dashboards.
• Technical writing and documentation.
• Knowledge/Experience with Agile methodology for sprint development.
• Knowledge/Experience with ITIL Services Best Practices (Problem and Incident Management, Configuration, Change, and Release Management Processes).
• Must have experience handling and managing government restricted information.
• Knowledge and experience with Microsoft Azure Cloud preferred.
• Verifiable, active SECRET security clearance.
• Microsoft Azure Cloud certification preferred
Education: Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering; Bachelor Degree or Associate degree plus additional years of experience.
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