• SharePoint Developer (mid-level)

    Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
    Job ID
    Information Technology
    Clearance Level
    Top Secret
  • Overview

    RGS is seeking a mid-level SharePoint Developer to design, develop, test and maintain the SharePoint site collection for a Department of Justice customer.

    *Please note there is flexibility to work remote part of the week*


    Design, develop, test, and maintain SharePoint applications for a Department of Justice customer.

    • Design and develop web solutions using MS SharePoint Designer, MS Visual Studio, and MS InfoPath, utilizing jQuery, JavaScript, HTML, ASP.NET, XML and other languages to build and maintain technical solutions.

    • Develop custom tailored SharePoint workflows and data exports to provide maximum automation and availability of submitted data for reporting and metrics on all collected information.

    • Develop Master Page, CSS file and site templates.

    • Assist in the development of application design documentation.

    • Assist in the development of training documentation and provide training when requested.

    • Attend and contribute to SharePoint meetings. Including but not limited to meetings with SharePoint team lead and customer stakeholders  to understand business processes.

    • Work with teams to implement and provide SharePoint solutions using the agile methodology.

    • Work with SharePoint team lead to provide weekly/monthly status reports.

    • Schedule and track project milestones including user acceptance testing, migrations between environments, SDLC gates, and deployment to production.

    • Assist additional staff with requirements and development.


    Required Skills:

    • SharePoint 2010

    • SharePoint Designer

    • MS InfoPath



    Desired Skills:

     • Understanding of Agile methodology

    • SDLC Process experience

    • Project management



    • Bachelor’s degree

     Desired Certification: SharePoint 2010 MCP

     Clearance: Candidate must possess MBI, LBI, or SSBI


    Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later.
    Share on your newsfeed