Posting the job? Because there is a ton of value is using fake job postings to harvest data about job seekers. Compare it to SPAM email or fake Tinder profiles - they are snares to trap the gullible or to just collect general data. It's essentially free and zero effort to do, but an incredibly powerful tool for collecting data or more.
The issue is actually the opposite than you picture. To you it seems like a waste of time. But in reality, it's worth so much money to have fake job postings that it is amazing any real jobs remain at all.
https://www.kent.ac.uk/careers/tests/computer-test.htm Well, of the first 8 questions I was able to answer, I got them right, but since I only answered 8, I was in the 12 and below range. I guess I practice what I preach to my saxophone students. "Accuracy over speed." 😛
Not surprising. SharePoint on Office365 is slightly different then the one locally hosted (from my limited experience) It can be a powerful tool if they are building an app to facilitate or replace file sharing. But if they just want to use it for a glorified WebDav repository then there are other tools that would work better.
Any reason OneDrive for Business wouldn't work for them? Or will there be ownership issues if they go through that process?
Owner Ship issues is what they seem to think. Like I said they just really need someone that really knows SharePoint well to help them get it setup. A Developer is what they asked for but....
Yes, and it is what YOU asked for in turn, knowing that if you deliver that, it will be a big failure. That's my point. If you know that they asked for the wrong thing, you have to manage that. Repeating bad information will just lead to getting the wrong resource.