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SharePoint Developer
Ref No.: 14-00143
Location: Pasadena, California
Position Type:Right to Hire
Start Date: 10/22/2014
Title: SharePoint Developer
Location: NY, MD, WA, CA, MA (Or remote with minimal travel)
Type: Contract to Hire

In the role of Senior Sharepoint Developer, the candidate will be responsible for designing, developing, and implementing high-quality dynamic Internet/Intranet websites.

Responsibilities:
Extensive work with SharePoint / MOSS 2007
Design and code superior technical solutions.
Create well designed, reusable objects.
Create efficient and logical databases for clients.
Create and execute project work plans, revising as necessary to meet changing needs and requirements.
Communicate and enforce best practice coding standards.
Consistently deliver high-quality services to clients on schedule.
Communicate difficult/sensitive information appropriately.
Understand and communicate to clients the benefits of complex database concepts as well as the implications of different database designs.
Communicate effectively with clients to identify needs and evaluate alternative business solutions with project management.
Develop an understanding of clients' business and suggest effective programming solutions.

Qualifications:
BS in computer science or equivalent work experience
5+ years work experience with the following languages and tools:
Experience with MOSS 2007 / SharePoint (5+ years)
Experience with Microsoft application .net 2003 and 2007
Professional standards-based web development using ASP.Net, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
.NET based language (C#, VB.Net), PHP
Good working knowledge of SQL 2005 and SQL Reporting Services
Experience using Visual Studio or related IDE
Experience with a variety of Document Management systems, Process workflow and Content Management systems
Knowledge of security standards and techniques for web applications
Understand browser-specific compatibility issues
Expertise in the design, implementation, and deployment of user-centric software, with focus on usability