University Web Development Specialist
Job Description Summary:
Job ID: 5548 - FT - Unclassified (salaried)
The University Web Development Specialist participates in the production of Web and online projects, with main responsibilities involving designing, building, and troubleshooting the functionality of web pages for constituents across campuses, while adhering to standards and promoting institutional brand. In addition to a strong attention to detail, the candidate must be adept at juggling multiple assignments and producing quality work under tight deadlines.
Contribute to the design, development, and implementation of web communications for Miami University:
Build and maintain branded templates, functionality, and pages within Miami’s web presence
Test and ensure cross-browser and cross-platform quality
Ensure page templates and functionality meet minimum accessibility guidelines
Take direction for and develop design elements to be used by non-technical editors
Research and test new software or tools that will improve the experience of Miami’s site visitors
Manage tracking codes for campaigns and make data driven development decisions
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor's degree in Interactive Media, Computer Science, Graphic Design, or related field; or an equivalent combination of relevant education and/or experience
A minimum of one year's experience in the development and management of websites.
Working knowledge of HTML 5, CSS 3, and related basic Web technologies
Ability to communicate clearly and collaborate effectively with a broad range of campus constituencies
Ability to work independently and take initiative in researching and creating new functionality, while also maintaining a collaborative relationship with University Communications and Marketing staff
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