Task Force Talent is seeking a Web Developer (SharePoint) with an active TS/SCI FSP security clearance to support a unique government contract. The target salary range is 180K-205K depending on experience level. Our client for this role is a small company with both commercial and government sector customers. They work on very interesting, usually highly technical roles in cybersecurity, software development, data science, and related areas for well-known companies and government organizations. They have a high bar; however, they also have top compensation, benefits, and a strong company culture not found at larger firms. This is rewarding work that cannot be done elsewhere.


NOTE: If you do not have an active security clearance, please apply here instead:



  • U.S. citizen with active TS/SCI FSP security clearance. (Sorry, we are unable to sponsor or upgrade clearances for this role.)
  • 10+ years of relevant experience
  • Sharepoint Administrator/Application Developer experience/certification
  • Experience with web development, ideally including UI/UX, creating wireframes, storyboards, user flows, process flows, site maps, etc.

Further details will be provided to qualified candidates after an initial interview.

This position is full-time, in-office, usually in a SCIF.

If you apply but this company is not a fit, we will consider you for other available positions as well. We have several clients seeking very similar skill sets.

Not your dream job, but perfect for a friend? You can submit a referral and get a check for $2000 or more: https://www.taskforcetalent.com/referral/
(Terms and conditions apply.)

Interview Process

The process typically involves an initial phone screen followed by technical interviews. Contingent offers are usually made quickly, within a week or two. Depending on the level of experience and terms of the contract, additional interviews may be required with partners or the end customer.


About us:

Task Force Talent is a specialized recruiting firm for science, engineering, and security careers. Our clients include seed to Series B startups working on AI, cybersecurity, quantum computing, and other novel technologies. We also work with small to medium size government contractors, and we help leading venture capital firms find talent for their portfolio companies. We have hundreds of jobs available and consider all applicants for all roles, now and in the future. Our goal is to find the best fit for you!



Not a U.S. citizen?
With rare exceptions (noted in the application), we recruit U.S. citizens and permanent residents only. Unfortunately, few of our clients have the ability to sponsor H1-B visas at this time. Please do not apply if you require a U.S. visa.

What format should I use for my resume? We strongly prefer plain text resumes.

Do you provide resume editing services? We currently receive too many applications to provide detailed, individual resume feedback in most cases unless we believe you are a strong fit for a position.

Can you help with internships? At this time, we only have full time roles.

Can coding boot camp grads apply? We have found that recent coding boot camp graduates without a separate technical degree are almost never competitive for the roles we have. We strongly recommend a few years of real-world work experience.

Recently graduated? Recent college graduates should include information on projects they have built to be competitive. We are happy to help recent or prospective graduates if we can; however, generally, we do not have entry-level positions and are unable to provide tailored resume feedback.



We match candidates based on the following criteria: interests, technical skills, location preferences (including remote/hybrid), salary preferences, and timeline (it's best to talk to us as early as possible!)


We will reformat your resume and develop an extensive, detailed candidate package before submitting you to any clients. Therefore we recommending submitting resumes in plain text format only. Please name your resume file something like:


Please do not submit a resume with the file name "resume" or resume.txt! It's likely to get clobbered by another file when someone is working on it.

Should we submit you as a candidate to any clients, we will provide detailed coaching and feedback throughout the process.