Interactive Media Developer, Biology/Project Dragonfly, Miami University
Biology/Project Dragonfly: Interactive Media Developer to design, develop, and manage websites, mobile applications, print, and multimedia for a global learning network from Miami University in partnership with zoos, botanical gardens, and conservation organizations worldwide.
Responsibilities include the visual design and development of public-facing websites, social media, online content sharing and publishing solutions, kiosks, graphics, analytic and marketing tools. The role will work with the creative team at Miami’s Project Dragonfly and may support collaborations with vendors, global partners, students, faculty, Miami IT staff, and consultants. This position is primarily focused on front-end development with related back-end development and server support in conjunction with in-house Project Dragonfly and Miami IT staff. Position is based in Oxford, Ohio.
Desire: Coursework or degree in computer science or related field relevant to the position duties; experience developing branding and design guidelines; experience with web-based learning solutions; experience working with Ruby on Rails or similar framework, MySQL or similar database, React and React Native, iOS and Android development, Flash and Flex development, and LAMP and Rails server administration; experience working with video and audio production and equipment; interest in communities, the environment, education, and/or global issues. Candidates should have strong communication and fundamental design skills, be committed to working in a team environment and possess a desire to learn more.
Applicants should submit letter of interest, resume and list of three references to https://miamioh.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=5499. Resume should include URLs or way to access media to demonstrate creation of complete applications and/or code samples of relevant work; examples of user experience & visual design. Direct inquiries to Jamie Anzano at email@example.com. Screening of applications will begin April 13, 2018 and continue until the position is filled.
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