Are you looking for a new and challenging opportunity? Do you have experience with SharePoint? Technology Partners can help you make your next big career move a reality.
Technology Partners is currently seeking a talented person for a Sharepoint - II position. What You Will Be Doing: You will be assisting with supporting our SharePoint platforms. Support responsibilities include responding to incidents and assisting co-workers with questions/assistance. In addition, to supporting responsibilities, you will also be supporting our migration effort to move content from our SharePoint 2007 environment to SharePoint Online/SharePoint 2016 on-premise. You will be working closely with our Information Managers (analysts) to design and construct new SharePoint sites for areas of the business as well as migrating content from one version to another. Other activities might include developing Forms and Flows to help businesses automate their content management processes. What We Are Looking For:
Associate's Degree in a related IT field is required. Bachelor's Degree in a related IT field is preferred.
Minimum two years of experience in supporting SharePoint to include the following versions (SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2016 on premise, SharePoint Online).
Experience with Office 365 preferred and Powershell scripting.
Some design and development experience with web pages would be preferred as well
If this position sounds like you, WE SHOULD TALK! We realize our people are our most valuable asset, that is why we offer the following benefits:
Health, Dental, and Vision insurance
401(k) retirement plan
Long and Short-Term disability
Your better future is ready, and we want to put the right tools in your hands to get you there. Let's go!
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