The Office365 Developer is responsible for maintaining, upgrading and extending our existing SharePoint and Office365 applications. The Office365 Developer provides timely troubleshooting and resolution of issues as they arise on the production platform and actively participates in detailed analysis meetings to design enhancements or solve existing Office365 issues. Participates in the design of technical approaches to deliver future capabilities and assist in providing technical support to end users as needed while exercising critical thinking, common sense analysis and clear team communication; Create and maintain site and list definitions; Create and maintain master pages and layouts, web parts, lists, content types; Create and maintain Microsoft Power Platform Flows and Applications; Provide advice, support and training on any items relating to permissions, site ownership, document management, forms and workflows; Collaborate with end users and stakeholders to define functionality from user requirements; Designs, codes, tests, and implements Office365 based solutions; Clearly document problems, analyses and solutions. Communicate the status of issues to users and management; Provide end user support primarily as related to Office365 and SharePoint; Work with end users and development team to define, develop and test solutions to resolve issues and requests; Assist in the design of technical approaches to deliver future capabilities; Assists employees with technical questions by providing technical support to end users, including analyzing and troubleshooting computer support problems, and applying understanding of computer software and hardware products and services to resolve user issues; Provides training to external clients and internal end users with regard to Office365 applications; Collaborate and assist the technology team as needed based on collaborative SharePoint and internal web related IT projects and standards
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