- CBD / WFH
- Flexible working arrangement
- 6 Month contract (potential to extend)
- $700 per day + super
About the Role
The SharePoint Specialist contributes to the development and support of our clients’ SharePoint applications that facilitate the achievement of business outcomes and improve business efficiencies and processes.
- Develop and deploy Microsoft 365 (M365) solutions to meet identified requirements.
- Contribute to determining the most effective SharePoint solution architecture and taxonomies to address identified business requirements and maximise search capability.
- Work closely with users and stakeholders to refine agreed business requirements as they relate to SharePoint solution opportunities.
- Provide 3rd-level application support and problem resolution to SharePoint users.
- Complete testing and gather feedback to improve the quality and reduce the operational risk of the developed application; Document software solutions and ensure that technical documentation meets DXD standards.
- Collaborate with stakeholders to develop solutions with out-of-the-box SharePoint functionality, including creating sites, subsites, pages, lists, and libraries, managing data and metadata with custom content types, site columns, and document sets, and configuring web parts, page layouts, and custom views.
- Implement and maintain site permissions structure, site navigation structure, including term-store management for both the Library’s Intranet and Document Centres.
- Prepares documentation and delivers targeted training on the use of SharePoint and M365 solutions.
Skills & Experience
- 2+ years’ hands on experience as a SharePoint
- Knowledge of, and experience in, application development using SharePoint and PowerApps and Power Automate workflows.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Experience in a NSW government department (desirable)
- Flexible working arrangements
- Strong and cohesive team
- Hybrid work environment
- Exposure to multiple exciting projects
How to Apply
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