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Software Developer (Nintex Specialist) (DownTown Los Angeles)

compensation: Commensurate with education and experience, W-2, 1099, or C2C, must be in US without sponsorship
employment type: contract

Sierra Cybernetics is seeking two Nintex Software Developers to work for us supporting our Metropolitan Water District of Southern California client in downtown Los Angeles.

This will be a remote position until COVID restrictions are lifted, then you will work on-site at the MWD offices.

This is expected to be a 6+ month assignment. You must be a US citizen or Green Card holder; no H1-B.

You will work on converting existing E-forms to Nintex/Office 365 forms and workflows.
• Work with technical lead in requirement gathering and analysis phase to understand the department requirements
• Convert existing forms and workflows to Nintex Responsive Forms and Workflow
• Work with technical lead to identify process improvements, and implement solutions using Nintex Responsive Forms and Workflow
• Support in migrating contents between development environment to production using Sharegate
• Utilize DocGen technology to pull data from multiple resources using pre-defined rules into a custom template in Microsoft Word

Qualifications
• 3+ years experience as SharePoint developer in designing and implementing solutions in SharePoint Online/Office 365
• Knowledge of complex custom workflows design with Nintex for Office 365 forms and workflows
• Experience in working on installation, configuration, migration, development, and deployment of SharePoint Online/Office 365
• Experience in developing Site Collection, Sites, Site Templates, Document Libraries, Lists, and Content Types
• Technical Skills: Office365, Nintex Responsive Designer/Workflow, DocGen, ASP, SQL Server, ShareGate
  • Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
  • do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers

post id: 7302435788

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