Senior SharePoint Consultant

Shortpoint


2 months ago

05/02/2019 10:18:22

Job type: Full-time

Category: Product


Senior SharePoint Consultant at ShortPoint will be responsible for: 


Playing a key role in developing and maintaining new and existing products

Providing architecture, design and development strategy for SharePoint solutions.

Writing and maintaining code for solutions for ShortPoint 2013, 2016, 2019 and SharePoint Online

Working extensively on SharePoint front-end user interface and user experience

Providing stakeholders and customers assistance for SharePoint and other related products

Debugging and troubleshooting existing SharePoint Farm Solutions, Add-Ins and Extensions

Developing an understanding of customer requirements and transform them into new features in ShortPoint products

Supporting Quality Assurance Team for developing automated test cases for SharePoint and related solutions

Supporting DevOps for automating the development, deployment and testing of SharePoint and related solutions

To work closely with clients and support them in their SharePoint and ShortPoint installations.

Requirements

Should be expert in

Microsoft SharePoint Online

Microsoft SharePoint 2016

Microsoft SharePoint 2013

SharePoint Framework

Javascript and Javascript Frameworks

HTML and CSS

ASP.Net

Good to have experience in

SPFx Development

node.js, gulp and Knockout framworks

SharePoint App Development

Microsoft SharePoint 2019

Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Power BI

Microsoft Azure

Amazon AWS

Should Have

Core Development Background and Experience

An inquisitive mind with focus on attention to details

Analytics and numerical problem solving skills

Strong English communication skills

Ability to work under pressure with strict deadlines

Ability to deal effectively with uncertainties

Recommended (But Not Required)

Bachelors Degree in Computer Science or Information Systems

SharePoint and other Microsoft Certifications

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