>Jr. SharePoint Developer

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ORR Corporation
>Jr. SharePoint Developer
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Job Description
Job Description:
The Junior SharePoint Developer will be part of ORR Safety s ecommerce team to help develop and maintain the company s SharePoint & ecommerce environments.
Develops software solutions by studying requirements analysis and information needs; conferring with users and IT Management; studying systems flow, data usage, and work processes; performs software design using software development fundamentals and processes, debug, test, and deploy software solutions.
Implementation of SharePoint-based workflows as well as development of Business Intelligence dashboards.
Design, develop and maintain key components of the software suite using classic ASP, Microsoft .Net and SharePoint Server 2010 SP1 Enterprise.
Plan and implement upgrade when needed.
Documents and demonstrates solutions by developing documentation, flowcharts,layouts, diagrams, charts, code comments and clear code.
Actively participate in product design reviews by providing creative and practical ideas and solutions in a teamwork environment.

Required Skills
Experience with SharePoint Designer, InfoPath, Web Parts, and workflow creation.
Experience with SharePoint s application services framework including implementation, configuration, and usages of Search, Managed Metadata, and User Profile Services.
Must be motivated, independent and self-sufficient. Able to receive an assigned task and see it through to completion with minimal supervision.
The ability to work in a cooperative and respectful team environment.
Authorized to work in the US. Excellent English communication skills (both written and verbal)
Required Experience
Bachelor''s degree in computer science or a related field from a four year college/university or have related experience/training to substitute for degree.
Experience programming in .NET 3.5, C#, ,T-SQL, C/C++, XLM
Experience using jQuery, Client Object Model, and Service Oriented Architecture.
Experience using SQL 2008/2012.

Job Location
Louisville, Kentucky, United States
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