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"I couldn`t put it down from start to finish...Some of these stories are fascinating, some sad and some just downright funny. I thoroughly recommended it anyone whether interested in Human Resources or not!"

 

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.NET and SharePoint Developer Job description

Job Summary-.NET and SharePoint Developer Job description

A senior role working with and mentoring other developers to create a range of innovative products and solutions to enhance the  Intranet and enterprise applications, balancing user needs against business goals and technology capabilities.

 

Main responsibilities-.NET and SharePoint Developer

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-.NET and SharePoint Developer Job description

SKILLS,  EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

 

Proven industry experience developing successful SharePoint applications, search configuration and build and deployment and mentoring junior team members.

 

You have extensive experience and are confident .NET developer who has worked extensively with SharePoint providing client and server side solutions. You have worked on SharePoint 2007 and 2010 projects and have gained exposure of SharePoint 2013. You have a good understanding and practical experience in developing apps and web parts.  

 

You have extensive experience and are confident in developing with PowerShell and server side development C# .NET, SQL and object oriented development techniques.

 

You have good experience in configuring and understanding enterprise search in a SharePoint environment, ideally using FAST or other enterprise search technologies.

 

You want to get your teeth into fascinating technical challenges and you meet them with a professional and structured approach.

 

You care passionately about the users you are developing for wanting to deliver the best solution for the audience. You understand the importance of user experience design and good information architecture and apply these techniques in your approach to software solutions.

 

You have extensive experience of software development methodologies, particularly Agile development. You understand the development lifecycles and have proof of the delivery of applications, build and deployment scripts and meeting deadlines.

 

You have experience of using Microsoft Team Foundation Server and managing code through it. Experience using version control and bug tracking systems.

 

Experience of Azure is desirable but not essential.

 

You are a team worker, with good experience of supporting, modifying and maintaining systems and code developed within the team or by 3rd parties and are familiar with working with code repositories. You have experience with code testing using industry standard methodologies.

 

You have great communicator skills, able to present complex information to a wide range of audiences and you are experienced in working with other developers on project work based on Agile methodologies.

 

You have a great degree in a computer related subject.

1.To work independently to on-board applications developed by other teams into Enterprise Systems.

 

2.To be responsible for reverse engineering applications and to apply best practise with respect to refactoring the application.

 

 

Free Job description .NET and SharePoint Developer

 

3.To mentor junior team members and lead best practise within the team.

 

4.To work with Product Manager(s), Intranet Development Lead, developers, testers and technical project manager to deliver Intranet solutions and applications delivered on the SharePoint 2010 and 2013 platforms.

 

5.To work with Product Manager(s), Intranet Development Lead, developers, testers and technical project manager to deliver applications delivered on a .net platform.

 

6.To ensure all technical possibilities are explored and products meet the best in class in terms of look, feel and functionality and behaviour.

 

7.To write complex code to create dynamic intranet websites and other interactive elements such as applications. Adapt and refactor existing code as necessary.

 

8.To provide specialist advice, development expertise and guidance to ensure a successful product is delivered and be empowered and accountable for activities and delivery of solutions

 

9.To provide expertise around scripting for the build and deployment of solutions.

 

10.To provide knowledge and expertise in configuration of enterprise search in a SharePoint environment.

 

11.To be prepared to expand your knowledge and work on projects other than SharePoint if required.

 

12.To create and configure new web sites for editorial teams, building the site structure with standard templates and applying design artefacts as required.

 

13.To contribute to planning, design and build of all components (presentation, templating, client-side behaviour, integration to data services etc.).

 

14.To deliver against the agreed production schedule.

 

15.To provide unit testing, functional testing and configuration of all components within a solution, working with users and dedicated testers in a test environment to ensure solutions meet user requirements, are accessible, and cross browser compatible.

 

16.To liaise with the Intranet Development Lead and Product Management, and technical project manager to ensure all technical possibilities are explored and products meet the best in class in terms of look, feel and functionality and behaviour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17.To work with User Experience experts, designers and software engineers to ensure interactive elements work as designed.

 

18.To work on own initiative and generate new ideas. Communicate concepts to others including a non-technical audience. Sell and advocate appropriate working practices and methodologies.

 

19.To advise the Intranet Development Lead and Product Lead of issues or technical difficulties and highlight necessary resources and the timescales associated with the delivery of project work.

 

20.To work with agencies (Indies), editorial teams and other ad hoc groups to meet and deliver corporate internet and intranet requirements. To be an active member of those teams during development projects.

 

21.To influence other parties including existing team members and stakeholders providing recommendations for appropriate technical solutions.

 

22.To follow  practice and meet agreed coding and technical standards

 

23.To provide documentation that is clear and understandable.

 

24.To keep abreast of new developments in web technology and SharePoint  and share information, ideas and best practice with the development and other pan

 

 

To provide knowledge to the development team across the range of tools and platforms that the team works with and you will be expected to lead on configuration, build, and deployment aspects of the solution.

 

In addition, you will lead in the development of SharePoint applications, .NET applications and web sites.

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