BAE Systems Sharepoint Developer in Quantico, Virginia
The SharePoint Developer shall develop, build, and implement SharePoint solutions to the organization.
The SD shall provide SharePoint assistance to the organization, The SD shall support the
unit with other duties as assigned within the scope of work.
Typical Education & Experience
Typically a Bachelor's Degree and 4 years work experience or equivalent experience
Required Skills and Education
The individual shall possess ten (10) plusyears of experience in designing and implementing Active Directory IT systemsinaproduction environment.
The SharePoint Developer, shall have demonstrated experience in:
Designing SharePoint pages to improve the business process and provide informationunder the government's guidance
Working in a SharePoint 2016 environment and should have experience workingwith SharePoint 2013 or 20 I 6
Utilizing Master Pages, Page Layouts, Web Parts, Apps, Windows WorkflowFoundation, SharePoint Ribbon, and other SharePoint technologies
About BAE Systems Intelligence & Security
BAE Systems Intelligence & Security, based in McLean, Virginia, designs and delivers advanced defense, intelligence, and security solutions that support the important missions of our customers. Our pride and dedication shows in everything we dofrom intelligence analysis, cyber operations and IT expertise to systems development, systems integration, and operations and maintenance services. Knowing that our work enables the U.S. military and government to recognize, manage and defeat threats inspires us to push ourselves and our technologies to new levels. That s BAE Systems. That s Inspired Work. Equal Opportunity Employer/Females/Minorities/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Gender Expression. To see Inspired Work in action, visit www.baesystems.com and follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/baesystemsintel.
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