Web Designer/Developer

Company Name:
The College at Brockport
### Brief Description of Duties
This full-time position will report to the Assistant Director of Marketing Communications and will work collaboratively with the cross-departmental Web Team and LITS Web Services to plan, design, and implement The College at Brockport's web pages and web applications. As part of the Web Team, the Web Designer will serve as project manager between the Office of College Communications and other entities on campus requiring the skills to organize, layout and present web strategies and designs.
Assists in site design planning by clarifying goals; developing and testing functionality.
Develops site content and graphics in coordination with copywriters and graphic artists; designing images, icons, banners, audio enhancements, animation, etc.
Upgrades site by continually updating page layouts, content, and graphics.
Assists in monitoring performance and results; identifying and evaluating improvement options.
Maintains site appearance by developing and enforcing content and display standards; assists in editing submissions and evaluating new web projects.
Works to ensure website adherence to Brockport's style guide.
Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
Provides training to content managers across campus to ensure consistent design and/or look for all web pages.
Serves as part of the Web Team, which coordinates operational-level website updates and initiatives.
As part of Web Team manages a share of the website upgrade projects, interfacing with constituents and Web Services.
Collaborates with Web Services application developers to improve user interfaces for internal- and external-facing web applications.
Assists with evaluation and improvement of mobile web apps.
As time allows, backfill for print related materials.
### Required Qualifications
BS in Web Design and Interactive Media or related degree.
Professional experience designing and programming websites.
Experience in implementing responsive design.
Experience with HTML5, css, and javascript.
Experience with mobile-enabled website design.
Experience in hand-coding (i.e. direct editing of code rather than WYSIWIG design environments).
Experience with cross-browser design and implementation (able to deal with IE issues).
Ability to communicate and collaborate directly and effectively with peers, managers, and clients.
Effective problem diagnosis and creative problem solving skills.
Strong organizational skills to juggle multiple tasks within the constraints of timelines and budget.
Knowledge of modern, non-flash web animation techniques.
Familiarity with multimedia design, programming, and technologies.
Familiarity with a content management system.
### Preferred Qualifications
Familiarity with OU Campus.
Experience editing video and audio for websites.
Familiarity with PHP and other web scripting platforms.
Knowledge of and experience with web accessibility and associated Federal and State guidelines.
Experience with HTML5 semantic tags.
Experience with embedded social media widgets.
Understanding of web application development processes.
Basic knowledge of or experience with SEO.
Project management experience.
User interface design experience.
Experience with server-side includes.
Knowledge of dynamic CSS languages (Sass, Less, etc.).
### Additional Notes To Applicants
Please attach a cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references. Include a link to an example of your work in your cover letter.
### Documents which can be associated with this posting
Cover Letter
Other Doc
Budget Title: Community Relations Associate SL2
Local Title: Web Designer/Developer
Department: College Communications
Item #: TBD
Salary Range: $40,000 to 50,000 depending on experience
EEO Category: Professional Non-Faculty
Start Date: ASAP
Job Open Date: 10-24-2014
Application Deadline: 11-07-2014

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