Williams Grand Prix Engineering Ltd

  • SharePoint Designer/Developer

    Location UK-OXF-Grove
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(3.4.2018 12:50 PM)
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  • Overview

    We are currently seeking a Sharepoint Designer/Developer to join our IT Department. Williams have adopted SharePoint Online as their intranet platform and have utilised this platform to develop some of their business critical applications which require further enhancements and support.


    The successful candidate will be a capable developer who is self-motivated and able to convert requirements into usable systems and code quickly and efficiently with minimal assistance and supervision but realise and acknowledge the need to seek guidance where appropriate.

    The candidate must be able to deliver quality solutions to tight deadlines working in a pressurised environment.


    The ideal candidate will have the following skill/knowledge:

    • A minimum of 3-4 years' experience(Essential)
    • SharePoint Online 2016 experience (Essential)
    • HTML (Essential)
    • CSS (Essential)
    • Javascript (Essential)
    • Powershell (Essential)
    • Visual Studio 2015/2017 (Essential)
    • Workflow Development (Essential)
    • Web Services (Essential)
    • SharePoint Designer (Essential)
    • Understanding of SharePoint's REST API, JSOM and CSOM
    • C#
    • Microsoft PowerApps, Flow, Power BI 


    Some of the key responsibilities will include; working with technical Product Owners to design, develop, and implement all aspects of innovative SharePoint applications using agile principals and working practices. Acting as the SharePoint subject matter expert, managing the day-to-day administration of the SharePoint farm, including monitoring troubleshooting and performance analysis and liaising with stakeholders at all levels of the business to define and develop intranet-based solutions to business problems.





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