The Montgomery County Department of Parks is looking for an energetic, enthusiastic self-starter to be a SharePoint Administrator in the technology office of its Parkside facility located in Silver Spring. The Montgomery County Department of Parks owns and manages 418 parks on approximately 37,000 acres of parkland.The SharePoint Administrator performs professional programming and analysis at the experienced (II) or advanced (III) level in support of the Montgomery Parks and Montgomery Planning Departments.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The SharePoint Administrator provides support to users; analyzes and documents requirements; writes code; designs, develops, and administers databases; assists with systems administration; integrates hardware and software products; and installs, tests, and evaluates new systems.
The employee designs, develops, sets up, maintains, debugs, and customizes computer applications.
The employee develops, implements, administers, and trains users in SharePoint.
The employee takes the lead in implementing, installing, and training users in Microsoft Project for the Montgomery Parks and Planning Departments.
- At the Programmer Analyst II level, the employee serves as an individual contributor with responsibility for day-to-day management of applications, systems, or databases. The employee works as a member of a team on design and development of the larger, more complex systems. The majority of work is day to day maintenance and enhancements of application(s), with some time spent on analysis and design. The employee takes initiative to plan and complete regularly maintenance and related work and to resolve problems encountered, but consults with a more experienced employee and/or supervisor on analysis and design efforts.
- At the Programmer Analyst III level, the employee plans, coordinates, and monitors the design, development, and implementation of application systems and/or databases with staff and vendors. A Programmer Analyst III's projects involve analyzing and developing major modules of Commission-wide systems. The work is evenly spread between analysis, development, and maintenance tasks.
The minimums for a grade E-IT is a Bachelor's degree in computer science or related field,
four years of experience in applications support and development; a master's degree in computer science or closely related field can be substituted for two years of experience.
Salary range ($61,482- $105,413)
The minimums for a grade E-HT is Bachelor's degree in computer science or related field, two years of experience in applications support and development. An equivalent combination of education and experience. Special Requirements: Programming languages and hardware experience. See appendix for Current Industry Standards.
Salary range ($54,289 - $92,895)