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SharePoint Designer North Island, CA - CNAP

Par Government Systems Corporation

SharePoint Designer North Island, CA - CNAP

San Diego, CA
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

    Provide administrative support in the CNAP HQ by Conducting application and Microsoft SharePoint development utilizing Department of Navy’s authorized version of Microsoft SharePoint.

    • Shall provide technical and administrative support CNAP staff with SharePoint to include design, development, and the implementation of custom built web parts.
    • Perform overall day to day SharePoint maintenance and troubleshooting while participating in planning and the execution of tasks related to the evaluation of new SharePoint initiatives.
    • Provide Microsoft SharePoint development across multiple networks and web application (Microsoft .Net and Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) Server Web Development.)
    • Deploy and configure SharePoint Sites including; creating and managing web applications and site collections, and enabling end user access, create and management DNS entries to maintain connectivity to SharePoint sites.
    • Display proficiency of web-authoring and version control tools for Microsoft-oriented enterprise environment using: Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server (TFS), Microsoft SharePoint Designer, Ninetex.
    • Gather, analyze, and document customer requirements, re-engineering business processes as necessary, and developing custom solution to automate business processes through the use of Microsoft SharePoint.
    • Document SharePoint application/solutions specifications and configurations, and design flowcharts and wire diagrams (Approximately 12 instances annually).
    • Perform and assist with development and integration of SharePoint applications solutions.
    • Write various required documents (i.e. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), "How-To" guides, etc.) for all SharePoint applications/solutions developed and engineered.
    • Provide training for staff, end users, and managers of web and portal sites and applications/solutions developed (Approximately 50 instances annually).
    • Maintain a standard look and feel throughout SharePoint web sites make changes as directed by the Commander, Naval Air Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet. (Approximately 3 instances annually).
    • Collaborate with users to plan, develop, and document new or enhanced functionality to meet mission needs to include: Dashboards customized by project code, time frame, and action types; Reports consolidation actions for implementation briefings; Develop new content structures as new projects are supported; Data exports to support wide variety of reporting needs; Data imports from various sources.
    • Assist in assessing new computing technologies and the feasibility of SharePoint enhancements to determine the potential value for internal customers.
    • Provide day to day SharePoint support for the Intranet and other internal applications
    • Function as the Site Administrator for CNAP owned SharePoint Site, Implementation Information Exchange (IIEx) to include: Monitoring storage metrics for site collections.
    • Establish, grant, and maintain appropriate levels of user permission.
    • Creation of new lists or library
    • Use of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, VBA and JQuery to further customize SharePoint content.
    • Creates and customizes complex applications to enhance website capability based on business needs.
    • Writes complex scripts within the browser to enhance site functionality. Ensures web pages are functional, and conducts tests to verify user functionality.
    • Assists U.S. Fleet Forces Command, iNAVY, and Commander, Pacific Fleet to resolve complex production support problems by identifying issues and recommending solutions.
    • Coordinate with Commander, Pacific Fleet and U.S. Fleet Forces Command, iNAVY during planning and upgrades of hardware and software lifecycle requirements.
    • Provides SharePoint registration and support for end-users and site administrators. Investigates issues and resolves problems including escalation if necessary.
    • Works with end-users to address requirements, usability, accessibility, and change requests to ensure website functionality. Identifies issues and recommend solutions.
    • Researches, tracks, and understands new web technologies to provide enhanced technical solutions.
    • Provides one-on-one user training on an as-needed basis.

    Required Skills

    • SharePoint Designer shall have five (5) years Navy or equivalent experience working with the following:
    • Experience in SharePoint Development (including customized code, creating/modifying web parts, creating/modifying SharePoint workflows).
    • Experience with Software Development Life Cycle Process (May include SDLC, Agile, SCRUM, Lean, etc.)
    • Experience with software development including any or more than one of the following (Unit Testing, System Testing, Functional Testing, User Acceptance Testing, or other development testing experience).
    • Strong proficiency in the .Net framework and coding in C#.
    • Proficiency in ASP.NET Web Forms or equivalent application language.
    • Proficiency in SQL and physical/logical database design.
    • Experience in documenting software defects, using a bug tracking system, and report defects to software developers and project managers.
    • Experience development HTML, CSS, and JavaScript/JQuery.
    • Experience managing content in an online or Web environment.
    • Experience working within the CNAP community.
    • Ability to develop unconventional solutions for customer requirements in a collaborative environment as part of a dynamic team.
    • Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, SharePoint).
    • SharePoint 2013 development experience.
    • Visual Studio 2013 experience.
    • C#, ASP.NET, JavaScript, CSS, XSLT, jQuery, and SharePoint Designer 2013 experience.

    Required Experience

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Cyber Security, or an equivalent bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university.
    • Five (5) years of experience in SharePoint Development (including customized code, creating/modifying web parts, creating/modifying SharePoint Workflows).
    • The SharePoint Designer may have one of the following certifications to comply with Department of Defense (DoD) 8570.01-M IAT Level II Baseline Certification requirements: Cisco Certified Network Associate(CCNA) Security, Cybersecurity Analyst+(CySA+), Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional(GICSP), Global Information Assurance Certification’s Security Essentials(GSEC), Security+ CE, Systems Security Certified Practitioner(SSCP).
    • Active Secret Security Clearance.

    It is the policy of PAR to prohibit all forms of discrimination and to affirmatively implement equal opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, military status, national origin, disability, marital status, predisposing genetic characteristics, sexual orientation, or other legally protected status and positive action shall be taken to insure the fulfillment of this policy.

  • Qualifications
    • SharePoint Designer shall have five (5) years Navy or equivalent experience working with the following:
    • Experience in SharePoint Development (including customized code, creating/modifying web parts, creating/modifying SharePoint workflows).
    • Experience with Software Development Life Cycle Process (May include SDLC, Agile, SCRUM, Lean, etc.)
    • Experience with software development including any or more than one of the following (Unit Testing, System Testing, Functional Testing, User Acceptance Testing, or other development testing experience).
    • Strong proficiency in the .Net framework and coding in C#.
    • Proficiency in ASP.NET Web Forms or equivalent application language.
    • Proficiency in SQL and physical/logical database design.
    • Experience in documenting software defects, using a bug tracking system, and report defects to software developers and project managers.
    • Experience development HTML, CSS, and JavaScript/JQuery.
    • Experience managing content in an online or Web environment.
    • Experience working within the CNAP community.
    • Ability to develop unconventional solutions for customer requirements in a collaborative environment as part of a dynamic team.
    • Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, SharePoint).
    • SharePoint 2013 development experience.
    • Visual Studio 2013 experience.
    • C#, ASP.NET, JavaScript, CSS, XSLT, jQuery, and SharePoint Designer 2013 experience.
  • Industry
    Government Administration