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Sharepoint Developer
Ref No.: 17-01184
Location: Washington DC, District of Columbia
Senior SharePoint Developer
This is a team lead/architect role supporting a federal intranet and public website. Lead/consult on projects to enhance the user interface and utility of both websites. The candidate must be a thought leader with a passion for creating innovative solutions using SharePoint. Liaise with platform owners to identify and resolve platform issues. Assist project manager with planning activities for projects of medium to large scope. Work closely with government personnel to define requirements and demonstrate prototypes and final products. Work with website publishing team to implement campaigns and extend the overall site brand and utility. The incumbent will also provide web publishing support for both websites on an as needed basis. Lead planning activities for migration of intranet website from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2016.

Qualifications
• Excellent client communication/demo skills required.
• Strong experience integrating HTML 5/CSS 3 elements with SharePoint 2010/2013/2016.
• Expertise in JavaScript, JQuery, JQuery DOM traversal techniques, SharePoint Content Query Web Part, and XSLT.
• Strong skills designing solutions using OOTB SharePoint functionality.
• Deep understanding of SharePoint 2010 architecture (farm, web app, site collection, site) and how proposed solutions would interact with that architecture.
• Experience developing with SharePoint Designer 2010.
• Experience with responsive web design.
• Ability to think beyond the explicit direction from the client to understand what they are trying to achieve.
• Self-motivated; able to prioritize and multi-task.
• Strong team interaction and problem solving skills.
• Proven written and verbal communication skills.
• Conduct cross-browser and quality assurance testing.
• Ability to grasp new technologies quickly.
• Must be located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
• Must be able to work a flexible schedule.
• Candidate must be a U.S. citizen.
• Candidate must be able to pass a Client Public Trust background investigation.