The SharePoint Administrator position focuses on a combination of Business Analysis, Business Systems Analysis, and SharePoint Development in support of SharePoint architecture, support, and governance. The SharePoint Administrator conducts stakeholder interviews, evaluates current-state processes, and recommends solutions and implements SharePoint/Nintex solutions using best practices. This position supports no-code (out-of-the-box) development, 3rd party tool evaluation / implementation, and custom solution development within SharePoint. It requires the ability to work with all levels of management and must be able to adapt to rapidly changing priorities. The ideal candidate must possess strong communication and facilitation skills, as well as a proven record for navigating amidst ambiguity.
Represents organization as a prime contact on contracts or projects. Interacts with senior internal and external personnel on significant matters often requiring coordination between organizations.
Typical Education and Experience
6-9 years with Bachelor's degree or 4-7 years with Master's degree
Skills and Experience
- SharePoint farm administration to include: installing, configuring, maintaining, upgrading and managing a SharePoint Server or a Farm
- Maintain SharePoint user groups and permissions
- Create and configure SharePoint sites and or applications.
- Configure SharePoint Server features (Timer Jobs, creating new Site Collections, Document Routing Policies, Setting up Document Sets, etc.)
- Develops SharePoint solutions by studying requirements analysis and information needs
- Support and development of Nintex workflows and forms to support and automate business processes
- Understanding of the migration of content from various platforms into SharePoint.
- Familiarity with various third-party solutions that integrate with SharePoint is preferred (e.g. ShareGate)
- Assignment of proper permission levels for all users of the site as well as configuring security settings for site collections
- Should have experience on usage of SharePoint Best Practices
- Creation of SharePoint Management PowerShell scripts used for management, configuration, maintenance, etc
- Monitor Health Analyzer reports; review problems and solutions
- Configuring all service applications like Search, Managed Metadata, User Profile Synchronization etc
- Must have strong knowledge on PowerShell script and have ability to write complex PowerShell scripts
- Support and development of intranet-based web applications to support business processes
- Monitor and proactively review servers and websites for potential issues and possible improvements
- Ability to work with users and product managers to design functional solutions
- Collaborate with business analysts and developers to produce software designs
- Maintains effectiveness when experiencing major changes in work tasks or the work environment; adjusts effectively to work within new work structures, processes, requirements, and/or cultures.
- Application Analysis
- Ability to analyze business domain knowledge, perform requirements analysis, and develop business domain process models. Analyzes for improvements, develops investment decisions, designs and performs product verification & validation.
- Works effectively and cooperatively with others; establishes and maintains good working relationships.
- Computing Standards
- Knowledge of IT standards for the company, operating group, division, and specific organization.
- Customer Focus
- Makes customers and their needs a primary focus of one's actions; develops and sustains productive customer relationships.
- Industry Knowledge
- Knowledge of the industry environment. To include customers and their business models, competitors, general market forces, global economy, market trends, regulatory environments, and political forces/realities.
- Information Technology Fluency
- Ability to utilize technological tools (e.g., PC's, web sites) and business system applications to manage, synthesize, and interpret data relevant to workloads, responsibilities, problem identifications and resolutions. Ability to operate relevant personal computing hardware (e.g., personal computers, software, printers, storage media) and standard software (e.g., word processing, graphics packages, spreadsheets/databases).
- IT Discipline Knowledge
- Knowledge of different IT disciplines (e.g., infrastructure, information, application, security, system management, system integration).