• Create and update websites for College departments and organizations built upon PHP and WordPress • Lead design efforts and artistic direction on new web projects and redesigns as needed on existing sites • Regular collaboration with departments on web sites, social media resources, and web content • Manage and provide on-the-job training/instruction for our student intern program • Administer the College’s WordPress installations • Train end-users on WordPress functionality and other web applications • This position will occasionally help in other areas of IT and perform other duties as assigned • Successful applicants must be fluent in both spoken and written English.
• Bachelor’s degree with 2 years in professional web design or an Associate’s degree with 3 years in professional web design, or 6 years in professional web design in lieu of a degree • Experience with current UI and UX design guidelines • Familiarity with CSS frameworks, JQuery, and other web development libraries • Ability to create and modify custom code and plugins for WordPress • WordPress Multisite deployment experience • Understanding of databases
Applications will be accepted until July 1st, 2013, 5:00 p.m. MDT.
In order to be considered for the position, each candidate must provide a cover letter and resume that addresses all required qualifications and any of the preferred qualifications that apply. Also required are contacts for three references and an online portfolio or working samples of at least three web sites that demonstrates the depth and breadth of your design and scripting talents. All designs must be 100% your original work. The links for the portfolio or sample websites should be included in your cover letter.
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