SharePoint Scheduling Administrator Key Role: Work as a SharePoint administrator for the Cerner Standalone Scheduling (CSS) team supporting the Veterans Administration's (VA) Electronic Health Records Modernization (EHRM) program. Maintain responsibility for the administration, design, development, and implementation of Microsoft SharePoint-based applications and solutions. Work on a steering committee to recommend solutions that meet the needs of the client. Develop ground rules for the future administration and maintenance of site content, define roles and responsibilities for the administration and maintenance of sites, complete assessments of the current SharePoint structure, and submit proposal for standardized design and administration. Create and maintain complex workflows for process improvements and streamlining and provide training to other SharePoint staff members. Basic Qualifications: -Experience with incorporating automated process flows using Nintex or other suitable process automation software -Experience with comprehending and articulating the benefits and risks associated with different coding languages in different functional environments -Experience in creating and maintaining SharePoint sites with complex workflows and working with clients or users to obtain requirements -Experience with reacting to problems and correcting the program, as necessary -Ability to create logical and functional software code in a variety of languages -BA or BS degree in Computer Science, Electronics Engineering, or other engineering or technical field and 8 years of experience in a professional work environment or 16 years of experience in a professional work environment may be substituted for degree Additional Qualifications: -Experience with Cerner Scheduling or VA Medical Appointment Scheduling System (MASS) -Experience with implementing Electronic Health Records IT programs preferred We�re an EOE that empowers our people�no matter their race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other protected characteristic�to fearlessly drive change.