SharePoint/Data Administrator

Responsibilities Sabre Systems is looking for a SharePoint/Data Administrator to assist in the administration of the Integrated Data Environment (IDE) for a major acquisition command at NAVAIR. The successful candidate will manage groups, users, user access rights, and group access rights. They will also assist in data management functions to include managing access to that data.  The selected candidate will: Assists with the day-to-day operation of a government IDE Establishe and maintain user accounts, profiles, file sharing, access privileges and security Assist the customer with network administrative functions (e.g. server and system backups) Research, analyze, monitor, troubleshoot and resolve application and data storage problems Assiss and provide support to the Government IDE team, as required, including user training, archiving strategies, and recommend revisions to IDE user interfaces Qualifications A Bachelor's Degree or equivalent plus three (3) years of relevant experience is required.  An AA degree and an additional four (4) years of relevant experience OR and a HS diploma and an addition six (6) years of relevant experience will be considered equivalent to the Bachelor's degree requirement The selected applicant must have: Experience in database administration and SharePoint Knowledge/experience in software development using SharePoint, Java, HTML, .NET, web application, or portal/collaboration languages/tools A willingness to dive into software environments and technical issues as part of maintaining the skills necessary to manage and advocate products US Citizenship is required Active DoD Secret Clearance or higher is required.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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