SharePoint Developer

Company Name:
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
SharePoint Developer for Battle Creek, MI to support SharePoint development projects by working with end users & business analysts to develop solutions that meet business requirements; understand organizational processes & associated data sets; work with business analysts & end users to identify, design & implement systems improvements; find ways to use data & systems better; understand technology status; improve development standards; create & maintain technical documentation; support & lead development of creative & maintainable SharePoint solutions; design, code, test, deploy & support programs that run on & utilize SharePoint; understand & support programs that integrate processes across systems; provide overviews to business users; solicit feedback from end users to identify system improvements; support business analysts in identifying approaches & solutions; monitor work progress & project issues. Requires Bachelor's degree in C.S., Computer and Information Science or closely-related field; 5 yrs. progressive post-Bachelor's development experience with .NET technologies, Visual Studio, ASP.NET, VB.NET, HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX, jQuery, IIS, MSSQL and SharePoint 2007, 2010 and/or 2013. Will also accept Master's degree in said fields and 2 yrs. stated experience. Position also requires 2 yrs. of SharePoint solution development, including SharePoint Designer, SharePoint Object Model, SharePoint Web Services, SharePoint Web Content Management and Branding. Mail resume to Sarah Smith, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, One Michigan Avenue East, Battle Creek, MI 49017.

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