Web Developer III, Communications & Marketing
Job no: 496586
Work type: Staff
Categories: Communications & Public Relations, Full Time
Pay Grade: 29S
Context of Job:
The Digital Team within the Office of Communications and Marketing (OCM) is responsible for the specifications, development and implementation of University-wide digital-based projects, including the University’s main web page and its social media efforts.
Specific to web support, the Digital Team provides process design and development services for the entire University, including both administrative and academic clients, maintaining significant responsibility for and impact upon the development of new and improved digital communication efforts for the entire campus.
- Leads web project development following best practices in accordance with UD brand standards.
- Takes the lead in translating requirements into technical designs and creating user interfaces with a focus on accessibility, usability, and functionality.
- Manages deployment and integration of new functionality.
- Diagnoses and solves technical problems related to AEM implementation.
- Manages relationship with Adobe Managed Services and UD IT to ensure all AEM infrastructure is maintained to functional and security standards
- Responsible for performing quality assurance for implementation of new digital projects and changes to existing digital assets.
- Possesses an expert level knowledge of AEM and other digital systems and associated technologies used within OCM and across campus.
- Assists junior level team members with their work.
- Follows and contributes to the University Brand Guides for designs as well as policies and procedures governing IT/web efforts.
- Responsible for collaborating with the Digital Team to create in-house trainings for AEM across the campus, including both content and development roles.
- Attends internal and external training programs.
- Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree and three years of related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience and/or certifications (e.g., coding bootcamps/programs).
- Familiarity with web standards, accessibility, and usability. Cross platform (Mac and PC) experience and a working knowledge of an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and Git or equivalent. Strong visual design and graphic editing skills are a plus.
- Effective communication and organization skills with ability to produce documentation of processes.
- Ability to manage multiple projects and be detail oriented.
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