The Web Developer is a member of the Web Services team within the College of Engineering. This position is responsible for the design, implementation, support and maintenance of College of Engineering websites. This includes researching, creating, revising or adapting content and code as needed to effectively represent the College as well as ensure compliance with various University guidelines and adhere to accepted industry best practices, as applicable.
Job duties include:
Design creative and functional layouts, graphics, themes, and dynamic content for the web.
Partner with users to define functional/technical specifications for their web content and projects, explaining the development considerations of various techniques and offering solutions that will fit their needs.
Implement sites within content management frameworks such as WordPress and Drupal.
Recommend and implement technologies that range from version control, automated system tools, mobile web development, information architecture, accessibility, data capture, and group applications.
Publish content provided by College of Engineering staff and faculty to the web.
Review, edit, and modify submitted website materials, as well as create original content.
Research and analyze user needs to ensure web services portfolio meets the needs of faculty, staff, and students within the College.
Provide input to collegiate staff and administration regarding overall web and communications strategy.
For a detailed job description, please email Sarah Lobb ( email@example.com ). Please assure that your resume and/or cover letter illustrates the work experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities that you have that meet each of the required qualifications.
**Note to applicants: Five professional references will be requested and required at a later step in the recruitment process.
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