The position of WEB DEVELOPER is available in the Administration Division. The Web Developer works under the direct supervision of the Manager of Web Technology.
FUNCTION: This position is part of the IT Web Administration Team dedicated to the management of design, development and implementation of college-wide Internet, academic and Intranet websites, publications and applications serving all college constituents. Specific responsibilities include: Working regularly with executives, directors and managers of other college departments and organizations; including all Instructional divisions, Publications and Communications Design, Academic & Student Affairs, Administration, Continuing Education, the College Foundation, and Planning Marketing & Assessment; working with other IT staff including Network Administration, Database Administration, the IT Help Center as well as other members of the Web Administration Team; assisting with the design and development of web applications and services; providing primary creative design and technical expertise in web application implementation and maintenance, and in related database design, implementation, and maintenance; managing design and development projects related to web applications development; coordinating with other Web and IT staff to devise technical solutions for the integration of the web with college computing resources including XML data feeds; Ektron CMS.400 platform; Microsoft SharePoint; Blackboard LMS, Content, and Community Systems; MS SQL Server databases; Active Directory; LDAP directories; and the Ellucian Colleague system; assisting the Manager of Web Technology in coordinating with Network Administration staff to address issues of network and system infrastructure, integration and security; working collaboratively with other college departments and organizations under the supervision of the Manager of Web Technology to assist with the development and maintenance of the Microsoft SharePoint-based college intranet; assisting in maintaining the consistency, accuracy, and comprehensiveness of web‑based information resources; assisting in the implementation of college web standards and marketing initiatives; assisting in the training of faculty and staff in using web applications; assisting in the development of documentation for web applications and projects, including but not limited to: CMS documentation, style guides, usability and accessibility guides, manual and FAQs for web applications, project deliverables; performing other duties as assigned.
SALARY: Grade 11 on the 12-month Salary Scale. Starting salary range of $49,917 - $67,017 with actual salary placement based on credentials. Includes an excellent benefit package.
APPLICATION PROCESS: To be considered, interested applicants must submit a cover letter to include minimum salary required and resume postmarked by August 18, 2017 to the Human Resources Department at Carroll Community College, 1601 Washington Road, Westminster, Maryland 21157 or email email@example.com. In order to qualify for employment, candidates must successfully complete a criminal background check.