SharePoint Developer

pay rate

$75.63

Location

Remote

Job Type

Contract

duration

12 months

About the Role

We are seeking a SharePoint Workflow and JavaScript developer for the NCDOT’s critical Emergency Storm Site and Hurricane tracking/reporting needs.  The developer must have extensive experience building and maintaining SharePoint sites - both on premise SharePoint, like 2016 and 2019, and cloud-hosted SharePoint Online (Government cloud preferred), as well as experience building complex workflows utilizing SharePoint, Nintex, and Microsoft PowerAutomate Flow.  


Responsibilities:

  • Develop, maintain, and damage on-premise and cloud-hosted SharePoint Sites for Division of Highways and Department of Transportation emergency/storm scenarios

  • Create SharePoint Lists, Libraries, Content Types, Site Columns, and workflows

  • Enable the integration of SharePoint and non-SharePoint applications/data sources, so business units can use the tools they need.  

  • Write modern JavaScript (Vue, React, ES6) to be run in SharePoint Sites to enable automation across the Department.

Requirements

  • Experience in SharePoint On-Premise and Online environments

  • Thorough knowledge of SharePoint lists, libraries, site columns, and content types

  • Experience in SharePoint Workflow with Nintex and Microsoft Flow

  • Experience with modern JavaScript – Vue, React, ES6

  • Experience with SharePoint Online in the Government Cloud (GCC or GCC-High)

  • Experience with User Experience, CSS design, and usability

  • Experience with ArcGIS/ESRI APIs with JavaScript

About Greensboro Staffing Consultants

At GSC, our primary focus is providing the public sector (state and local government) with the agile workforce solutions necessary to deliver on its commitments to its citizens. Our services include End-to-End Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), Managed Supplier Program (MSP), and Professional Staffing.