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SharePoint Engineer

oResponsible for implementing high quality, scalable and extendable SharePoint solutions.
oDevelops migration and implementation plans that address both tactical and strategic needs.
oDesigns and implements development workflow, coding, testing and implementing solutions in a SharePoint environment.
oTakes directions from management in implementing solutions.
oImplements unit testing for all assigned deliverables if required.
oWorks from high level requirements through detailed specifications, prototyping, software deployment and administration.
oAnalyzes technologies, technical processes and/or functions, documents findings, identifies areas for improvement and creates specifications and implements.
oEstablishes, maintains, and promotes productive working relationships with project team members.
$80K plus full benefits
oAt least 4+ years of technical experience as an architect/programmer, with a minimum of 2 years experience in .Net 3.x, SharePoint 2007, SQL 2005/2008.
oExcellent knowledge of programming / systems analysis, as well as quality assurance, prototyping, construction, integration, and migration functions.
oGood problem solving and analytical skills, using them to resolve technical problems; possesses an excellent understanding of business requirements and IT strategies.
oPossesses strong MS platform knowledge and skills.
oFull lifecycle experience in architecting large scale scalable applications.
oPossesses knowledge and experience in developing, customizing and implementing software solutions.
oStrong customer service skills and the demonstrated ability to build professional relationships.
oGood communication skills with the ability to communicate, verbally and written, to all levels of the business.
oU.S. Citizenship or Naturalized U.S. Citizenship Required

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