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Sharepoint Developer & Administr

Location
South Hadley MA
Job Category
IT
Compensation
$80,000.00 (hourly)
Hours per Week
40
Duration
1 day
Date Posted
06/08/2018
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Sharepoint Developer & Administr

Location
South Hadley MA
Job Category
IT
Compensation
$80,000.00 (hourly)
Hours per Week
40
Duration
1 day
Date Posted
06/08/2018

Sharepoint Developer & Administr

Job Description
Job Description:

Web Development:

Developer for the organizations web portal - a community centered hub for accessing administrative and informational web applications. Designs and develops SharePoint web parts and sites. Integrates web parts, forms, and workflow engines with other web applications and administrative platforms.

Application Administration:

Responsible for the management and administration of the organizations SharePoint environment. Responsible for planning and execution of tasks related to SharePoint based initiatives (migrations, third-party solutions, integration with additional enterprise systems, and/or hosted platforms). Coordinates server and application updates with other IT staff and key campus stakeholders. Responsible for implementing and maintaining change management protocols and procedures.

Consulting/Technical Support:

Work as part of the Administrative Computing team to assist members and administrative staff in applying information technology to meet their business requirements. Helps facilitate the adoption of SharePoint as an content management and collaboration platform. Assist users by implementing SharePoint web sites, AST.NET MVC sites, migrating content into SharePoint from other sources, and developing workflows based on business processes and functional requirements.

Documentation:

Create and maintain program and operational documentation of developed sites, workflows, and business decisions regarding their development.

Professional Development:

Stay informed with the latest developments in SharePoint, Ellucian, and other supported software tools and applications development through attendance in seminars, training, and professional associations. Remain abreast of technology trends and relate findings to business office requirements and long range planning efforts.

Additional Responsibilities:

Keep abreast of new trends, tools, opportunities, and campus needs. Contribute to a continuous process of assessment to ensure the TISS Department’s success in advancing and evolving goals in light of pedagogical, information, and technology changes. Assist the Director in identifying, planning, and implementing the best solutions.

Serve as a member of the Administrative Computing team working collaboratively to plan and achieve division goals and priorities, and engage in other professional activities related to the duties of the position.

Ensures compliance with professional and technology standards, license and regulatory requirements, accessibility standards and practices, and other standards, policies, and procedures.

Maintain a high level of quality customer service standards responding to questions and problems.

Develop strong working, collaborative partnerships - proactively identify, recommend, facilitate, and implement appropriate and effective policies, services, resources, support, and procedures that improve the ability to accomplish its learning, research, and administrative goals.

Evening and weekend work, as necessary. In some circumstances, it may be important to assist during adverse weather and emergency situations to ensure essential services and service points are covered.

Performs related duties as assigned.

Qualifications/Skills:

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or a related field or equivalent experience.

Experience:

Experience as a SharePoint Developer in the analysis, design, hands-on development and delivery of web-based applications.

Experience with SharePoint Designer, web parts and workflow creation.

Experience programming in ASP.NET MVC, C#, knockout.js, jQuery.

Expertise in the following areas: Responsive user-interface design for cross-platform browsers, tablets, and mobile devices, HTML, CSS, HTML5, CSS3, IIS, PowerShell, and SQL Server.

Understanding of core web application concepts, including utilizing web standards for accessibility, user interface design, information design and application systems architecture. Further familiarity with industry best practices, such as content strategy, responsive design, and various web services models, including cloud technologies.

System administration and business analysis.

Experience in support of other technical professionals.

Strong interpersonal and presentation skills. Ability to communicate technical concepts and issues with non-technical audiences orally and in writing

Additional Qualifications desired:

Strong record of progressively-responsible project leadership preferably in an academic environment.

Excellent oral and written communication, organization, and problem-solving skills and the ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

Creativity, with a passion for supporting a collaborative work environment. Commitment to work effectively with a diverse group.

Maintain a professional and tactful approach in all interactions, ensuring confidentiality and an individual’s right to privacy regarding appropriate information.

Flexibility to accept, manage and incorporate change and the ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities simultaneously and effectively in a fast-paced environment.

Ability to travel as needed to participate in consortia and professional meetings and events.

Enthusiastic service orientation with sensitivity to the needs of users at all skill levels; the ability to convey technical information to a non-technical audience is essential.

The physical demands of the position include:

Visual ability to read computer screens and printed materials

Hearing and speaking abilities to effectively communicate via the telephone and in person
About Marathon

Marathon is one of the largest regional employers, supplying temporary, on-site, contract, contract to hire and direct hire employees to companies throughout the United States. We have over three decades of staffing experience and place over 15,000 team members annually. Our offices are located in Alabama, Arizona, California, Massachusetts, Nevada, Ohio, South Carolina and Texas.

Marathon exists to help people achieve.

MARATHON IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Contact Us
25 Bremen Street, Springfield, MA 01108
Phone: 413-733-6466
For more information about this position, call Kelly J Collazo at 413-733-6466

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