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Legacy Systems Specialist III
Ref No.: 17-12535
Location: Colorado, Colorado
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is in need of continued support for their on-going SharePoint administration functions. Recent work done to the CDOT SharePoint environment includes an upgraded and configured SharePoint 2016 intranet and the SharePoint 2013 extranet was migrated to SharePoint Online (SPO) residing in the COLO-Client Office 365 (O365) government tenant. CDOT is also using DocAve to supplement our backup strategy.
B. Project tasks and roles
I. SharePoint 2016 On-Premises Administration Functions
  • Perform administration functions on the SharePoint Internal environment
  • Performance tuning and optimization
  • Implementing and monitoring governance – in conjunction with CDOT SharePoint governance team
  • Disaster recovery planning and testing, validate all backups (Server, DB, SharePoint)
  • Manage service packs, cumulative updates and hot fixes
  • Health and usage monitoring
  • Plan and Implement stronger security features
  • Training and Support for SharePoint 2016 and Office online features
  • Configure and monitor backup and recovery scenarios using SharePoint and DocAve
  • Assist and support integration activities with other CDOT enterprise applications
II. SharePoint Online and Office 365 Administration Functions
  • Support and Maintain CDOT Extranet site collection and features
  • Provide O365 and SPO training and guidance
  • Administration of External Identities and access control
  • Update sites if needed for support of mobile devices
  • Support O365 advanced features
  • Configure and maintain DocAve backups
  • Implement and monitor governance – in conjunction with CDOT SharePoint governance team
  • Health and usage monitoring
  • Plan and Implement stronger security features
III. General SharePoint End-User Support
  • Build out and manage site hierarchy
  • General site creation and implementation
  • Manage SharePoint Permissions
  • Support advanced features – Nintex workflows, InfoPath forms, Web Parts, etc.
  • Enable SharePoint features and functions as requested
  • Resolving inefficiencies with new creative ideas
  • Training of End-Users as requested
IV. Solution Development
SharePoint solutions, or applications, can be developed to solve business problems and meet business requirements using out-of-the-box SharePoint functionality such as lists, libraries, web parts, site templates, forms, and workflows. More complex solutions may require .Net programming or additional customizations.
When a solution request is received, determine the scope of the project and the skills needed to complete it. A Statement of Work and a cost matrix that includes the role(s) required to complete the work, a duration, and a period of performance (start/end dates) will be created. Vendor submittals should include a bucket of hours and dollars to devote to this type of work.