Systems Developer - Northampton - £45,000
SharePoint Knowledge Manager
A fantastic opportunity for an experienced Systems Developer (SharePoint Knowledge Manager) to work within a Law Firm alongside a growing number of FTSE 250 and some of the world’s most exciting and ambitious growth companies. Working in an award-winning company you will rub shoulders with leading experts in the SharePoint environment.
About the Systems Developer (SharePoint Knowledge Manager) Role
As the Systems developer you will use your extensive knowledge of SharePoint to will form part of a team responsible for the development and maintenance of the IT systems and services. You will be involved in all phases of the development of business-changing enterprise solutions, predominantly using Microsoft SharePoint and other related technologies to improve and expand the existing Knowledge Management solution
About the Systems Developer (SharePoint Knowledge Manager)
As the Systems Developer you will have the following essential Skill set:
- Experience developing Microsoft SharePoint 2013 solutions
- Business Analysis experience
- PowerShell Scripting experience
- Experience with the SharePoint 2013 Client-Side Object Model
About the Company
A multi-award-winning Law Firm across the UK, delivering the best legal advice and guidance to its clients, with a turnover of £100m. For your services to the role you will receive a financial package up to £50K plus exciting benefits such as critical illness cover, pension and health care.
About Mortimer Bell International
We recruit for most of Europe's leading Microsoft Gold partners, ISV's and end users thus increasing your chance of finding that ideal position. As one of the few agencies in Europe to be an accredited Microsoft partner we are ideally placed to offer the best and most attractive opportunities too suitable qualified and experienced personnel.
Mortimer Bell International is an industry leader in Microsoft recruitment and is considered the first choice for sourcing the best and most talented individuals.