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Job Title: SharePoint Administrator/Developer
Department: IT
Job Type: Full-Time, Regular
Duties:
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is seeking a SharePoint Administrator/Developer to join its dedicated team of IT professionals supporting the artistic and educational missions of the Kennedy Center. We work on a wide array of leading edge technologies and issues including:
• Web development and web CMS technologies
• Mobile Web development
• CRM integration
• Ecommerce solutions
• Services-oriented architectures
• Media archives
• Business process engineering

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, as the sole presidential memorial to John F. Kennedy in the environs of Washington, DC, is the national center for the performing arts. The Kennedy Center presents more than 2,000 performances annually. Open 365 days a year, its nearly 3 million annual patrons and visitors make it Washington's third most popular attraction.
Education/Experience/Skills
Applicants should:
• Have three or more years of experience administering SharePoint environments, including knowledge of:
o SharePoint 2010 management
o Security and permissions management
o Cross Farm services
o Integrated Reporting Services
o Setting up and maintaining Content Type hierarchies
o Managing large file repositories within SharePoint for media files
o Solution deployment and development
o InfoPath and Access Services solutions
o PowerShell
• Have experience developing forms and solutions with InfoPath, Access, and VBA both inside SharePoint and as stand-alone solutions
• Have experience with SQL Server, Visual Studio, and TFS
• Strong communication skills and be able to work independently and as part of a small team
• Able to quickly learn new technologies
• Pluses
o Knowledge of StoragePoint
o Experience with Content Management Systems, particularly Sitecore

To Apply:
Submit cover letter and resume including salary requirements. Telephone inquiries will not be accepted. Qualified minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. EOE