Easy Dynamics

SharePoint Architect / Developer

US-VA-McLean | US-DC
2 weeks ago
# of Openings
Information Technology
Bachelors degree is required

Position Summary

Candidates applying for this position will be primarily architecting and performing code reviews on systems that use and integrate with SharePoint 2013/2016. Ideal candidates should have a vast breadth of knowledge of existing and emerging technologies related to SharePoint and systems that integrate with SharePoint. They should be able to design and develop solutions and communicate the vision to developers and stakeholders effectively. Position will involve providing a wide range of highly technical design, development, & O&M on an enterprise SharePoint farm with great complexity.

Basic Qualifications

Candidates must have experience with or knowledge of the following:

  • 7+ years of working with and administering Windows Server 2008+
  • 7+ years of working with and administering IIS 7.5+
  • 7+ years of working with and administering SQL Server 2008+
  • 5+ years of working with and administering SharePoint 2010+
  • 5+ years of developing, building and solutions in SharePoint
  • Architecting solutions in SharePoint (workflows, features, service applications)
  • Authentication architecture using AD, ADFS or any other equivalent
  • Network architecture including protocols, firewalls, load balancers, DNS
  • Systems and server architecture including virtualization, monitoring, storage
  • Capacity planning for SharePoint and related services
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills

Open to U.S. Citizens only

Additional Qualifications

Candidates with additional qualifications are a plus:

  • Experience with Nintex, K2 Blackpearl or any other equivalent
  • SSO solutions leveraging SAML, OAuth and OpenID mechanisms
  • Experience with Azure and/or AWS for building SharePoint farms
  • ASP.NET web application development
  • Javascript development with ASP.NET, SharePoint JSOM or any other equivalent
  • Experience with CI/CD and containers


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