Three potential Sharepoint positions. System Administrator / Architect Responsibilities - Design and develop the appropriate topology required to satisfy specific SharePoint requirements; this could include servers, databases, and networking infrastructure - Install and patch servers and databases according to vendor recommendations - Work with DBAs to size and tune databases - Work with business analysts to identify the least-intrusive solution to a business problem - Monitor performance and take corrective action as needed - Create SharePoint not Web applications, farms, and site collections and activate features per governance standards - Define and enforce security rules at the farm and site collection levels - Install and patch third-party tools and/or Web parts - Develop and execute solution migration procedures per governance standards - If requirements can only be met by activating a feature that we have previously chosen to disable – whether at the farm, site collection, or site level –work with the business analyst to test and implement the change after it’s been approved by the governance board - Be an advisor to – or member of – the governance board, assisting in the development and maintenance of governance standards, making recommendations, and monitoring the effect of changes to the SharePoint environment. Skill Set - Expert knowledge of Infrastructure; database tuning knowledge is especially important - Expert knowledge of SharePoint’s many features, primarily at the Web application, farm, and site collection levels; critically important to understand the impact of activating each feature - Expert knowledge of SharePoint’s search options and how/when to implement them - Expert knowledge of SharePoint security - Above-average communication and collaboration skills - Experience with Metalogix a plus - Willingness to explore new options for solving business problems and take calculated risks SharePoint Developer Responsibilities - Work with business analysts to develop SharePoint solutions to satisfy a variety of business requirements - Develop, document, and unit test SharePoint solutions using one or more of the following tools: SharePoint Designer, Visual Studio, out-of-the-box SharePoint features, and third-party workflow Web parts or tools (e.g., Nintex Workflow - Follow design, development, compliance, and change control standards and procedures - Assist in the creation and maintenance of design and development standards - Act as an advisor to the governance board Skill Set - Expert knowledge of SharePoint Designer, Visual Studio, and out-of-the-box SharePoint features - Expert knowledge of Microsoft’s “sandboxed solutions” methodology - Additional knowledge of third-party tools may be required. - Above-average interpersonal, communication, and collaboration skills - Willingness to work within company policies and guidelines SharePoint Coach / Business Analyst Responsibilities - Talk to customers to understand their business needs and determine if and how SharePoint can meet those needs. - If requirements can be met without customization, work with the customer as needed to implement changes; this should include training and knowledge transfer so that the customer can become more self-sufficient. - If requirements can only be met by activating a feature that has been previously chosen to disable – whether at the farm, site collection, or site level – develop a business case (including cost/benefit and impact analyses) and present it to the governance board. If approved, work with the appropriate administrator or site owner to test and implement the change, which should be tested in a non-production environment first. - If requirements can only be met with custom code, determine the best tool or product (SharePoint Designer, Visual Studio, third-party Web part or bolt-on, etc.). Develop a business case (including cost/benefit and impact analyses) and present it to the governance board. If approved, work with the customer and the vendor/developer to develop detailed requirements. Coordinate the development, testing, and deployment efforts. - Be an advisor to – or member of – the governance board, assisting in the development and maintenance of governance standards, making recommendations, evaluating change requests, and monitoring and documenting the effect of changes to the SharePoint environment. Skill Set - In-depth knowledge of the out-of-the-box functionality available in SharePoint Foundation and Standard. This will allow the analyst to ensure that requirements are satisfied with minimal (or no) customization. - Solid understanding of the capabilities of SharePoint Designer and Visual Studio to ensure the correct tool is chosen when customizations are required, and to aid in the development of thorough and accurate detailed specifications. - Solid understanding of the concepts and practices related to Microsoft’s “sandboxed solutions” method of packaging and migrating customizations. - Excellent interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills, including the ability to understand and document business requirements, translate those requirements into technical specifications, develop test plans, document lessons learned, create and maintain governance standards, mentor and train customers, work with vendors, and coordinate development efforts with customers and offshore resources.
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