Knowledge Manager (SharePoint)
Candidate shall make recommendations to the government customer on the benefits of Knowledge Management (KM) and its principles, processes, enabling tools, and technologies in order to structure the Command’s information in a meaningful way to easily store and retrieve important knowledge to support decision-making and efficiently increase performance.
Identify and critically assess the value of knowledge within the Command.
Identify tools and technologies to effectively support KM processes, within and between organizations.
Conduct risk assessments.
Successful candidate will educate and coach the customer’s personnel and facilitate the change to a knowledge-based organization.
Develop a knowledge taxonomy whereby users can find available knowledge and information in 6 user interactions (i.e., “clicks”) or less.
Minimum 2 years’ experience in Knowledge Management.
Familiarity with Information Management principles.
Experience establishing web pages and creating/maintaining SharePoint applications.
Certified Knowledge Manager by the Knowledge Management Institute. SharePoint developer/programmer experience can be used in lieu of certification with KM experience.
Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert in SharePoint.
Active TS/SCI with CI Poly
Columbia, Maryland, United States