SharePoint Product Analyst
GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES
– The SharePoint Product Analyst is
responsible for the administration and design of one or more Microsoft
SharePoint web sites. Administration
duties include installing SharePoint software, configuring web applications and
service applications, troubleshooting errors, installing solutions, and
managing features. The SharePoint
Product Analyst is also the primary designer for the SharePoint environment and
must be able to create, configure, and edit SharePoint objects like site
collections, sites, lists and libraries, templates, content types, workflows,
etc. The SharePoint Product Analyst must
have a high level understanding of SharePoint and how its various capabilities
can be combined to provide business solutions for users’ needs. Effective communication and requirements
gathering with business users is critical to the position.
DUTIES INCLUDE BUT
ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
Install and configure Microsoft Office
SharePoint Server 2007 and/or Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
Monitor server, web application, and service
application health, and troubleshoot and solve problems.
Write and implement PowerShell scripts where
Create and maintain intranet site documentation.
Analyze and execute change requests and
Complete intranet site implementation tasks
assigned according to project plans, and communicate obstacles and status.
Work closely with other IT&S departments
like Technical Services, Applications Services, and Project Management.
Assist SharePoint Developers when necessary,
providing them with resources, expertise, and information; assisting them with
testing their code; advising them on feasibility and any governance issues that
may arise; and deploying solutions they develop.
Create site collections and sites and ensure
permissions are configured correctly.
Design no-code solutions which provide benefits
for end users.
Design InfoPath and/or ASP.net forms.
Manage CSS style sheets and master pages to
achieve branding and usability goals.
Work closely with business users to document
requirements, design prototypes, create any needed training materials, and
determine and execute security requirements.
Train users and help them to understand
important SharePoint concepts and functionalities.
Adheres to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Value Statements
Maintains and protects confidentiality with
regard to all aspects of patient care and employee information.
Performs other duties as assigned
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
Experience with SharePoint 2007 and/or
SharePoint 2010 (dependent upon responsibilities).
Effective communication skills, both electronic
Experience installing SharePoint, creating and
configuring web applications, configuring service applications/shared service
providers, configuring search in a
SharePoint environment, and troubleshooting and fixing errors.
Proficiency with PowerShell and other server
administration tools is preferred.
page, and page layout technologies.
Experience designing intuitive and effective
Experience designing, documenting, and managing
permissions in a SharePoint environment, and familiarity with the challenges
and best practices surrounding the topic of SharePoint permissions.
Experience creating custom workflows for
SharePoint with SharePoint Designer and/or Visual Studio.
Knowledge of taxonomies, site design, navigation
principles, and best practices for SharePoint.
Familiarity with Microsoft SQL Server, Active
Directory, IIS, and Windows Server, and their roles in a SharePoint
Proficiency with SharePoint Designer, InfoPath,
and Microsoft Office.
Proficiency with Photoshop or similar software
Bachelor’s degree in IT related field
preferred. Equivalent work experience
may substitute degree requirements.
Minimum 3 years Information Technology experience
including SharePoint, web design, and server administration.
Experience with HCA systems preferred.
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, Configuration (for MOSS 2007
environments) or MCTS: Microsoft
SharePoint 2010, Configuring (for SharePoint Server 2010 environments), or
willingness to acquire.
stooping and stretching. Requires
- Requires prolonged sitting, some bending,
eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard,
photocopier, telephone, calculator and other office equipment. Requires normal range of hearing and eyesight
to record, prepare and communicate appropriate reports. Work is performed in an office
environment. Work may be stressful at
times. Contact may involve dealing with
angry or upset people. Staff must remain flexible and available to provide
staffing assistance for any/all disaster or emergency situations.