Under direction of the IS Assistant Manager designs, develops and implements the Agency's internal SharePoint intranet and other collaborative team sites. Also manages and updates the NCPA public web site. The SharePoint - Web Administrator will work with Vendors and Consultants to organize and deliver web solutions and provide customer support to both NCPA employees and members. Meet with various departments to develop custom sites, integrate workflow processes and assist with document library structuring. Perform maintenance duties such as upgrading web software, applying code fixes and monitoring web usage. This position also requires desk side support to employees through the Information Services help desk process. This includes troubleshooting desktop hardware and software problems.
Examples of Duties:
1. Work with vendors and consultants to help design and structure both SharePoint and Intranet and Internet sites.
2. Assist to define, implement and maintain a governance model that provides structure for appropriate usage of the SharePoint Intranet and Internet sites.
3. Responsible for web server availability, reviewing user activity, error logs, site statistics, and responding to problems.
4. Assist and train authorized website editors to properly structure and organize content.
5. Responsible for testing, web applications, developing plans, implementing and maintaining assigned sites.
6. Maintain the necessary access permissions to provide user security to web sites and pages
7. Provide end-user support for Agency computers at both the hardware and software levels.
8. Provide end-user support to visiting Members and other guests attending meeting when Agency network or internet connectivity is required
9. Occasionally be called upon to operate personal vehicles to travel to NCPA remote field sites to provide support of remote users.
10. Responsible for conducting independent communications with user departments in a cooperative and professional manner.
11. Will occasionally be called upon to be available outside normal working hours, on a basis rotational with other department employees, to provide emergency system support, as necessary.
12. Regularly required to sit at a computer, and requires manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination to operate and adjust office equipment such as computers.
Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; and one to two years related experience and/or training in web development and SharePoint. A minimum of one year in the design and programming of computers which shall have included programming of interactive programs. Experience shall include exposure to systems analysis techniques.
California driver's license and insurance.
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