Information Technology Developer

Company Name:
Manpower Group
Are you a go-getter looking for an early-career position where you can make your mark with a great company? Are you looking for a position that will utilize your IT skills and offer great potential for development and growth? Manpower is currently seeking an Information Technology Developer in Bangor! The successful candidate will be able to create custom applications, build web parts and work flow solutions and be able to explain highly technical info to non-technical colleagues, in addition to the ability to work with SQL Server 2008 and above datasets. As an IT Developer, you will be responsible for: SharePoint development -building of web parts, work flow solutions, custom applications, and maximizing the toolset included with SharePoint 2010. NET web development - Creation of .NET web solutions using and the C# programming language. Management of IIS web server and SharePoint server. Working with business units to properly design technical solutions and solving complex problems as a member of a technical team. Producing quality documentation for all application projects and usage. Management of SharePoint and IIS testing environment to ensure proper application testing and security. Supporting Help Desk with end-user issues. Second tier application support, including off-hour software installation and update responsibilities. Participation in varying audit functions. This is a great opportunity for a service-oriented individual who is able to work in a highly professional environment with both technical and non-technical coworkers. Bring your 4-year degree in IT, computer science or a related field, and put it to work for a company that offers a competitive benefits package, wellness programs and incentives, and opportunities for education and development. Apply at or call our Professional Office at !
Title: Information Technology Developer
Job ID: USA_137095
Location: USA-Maine-Bangor
Type: Permanent
Postal Code: 04401
Industry: IT

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