Position: Front-End Web Developer/Administrator
Organization: Miller Center at the University of Virginia Location: Charlottesville, Virginia Website: millercenter.org
Date: February 2017
The University of Virginia’s Miller Center, which specializes in drawing lessons from the history of the American presidency and making them relevant for today’s leaders, seeks a Front-End Web Developer/Administrator to contribute to the ongoing work of its newly-built website. This position will join a collaborative team of creative scholars, writers, designers, video producers, and technologists who together are imaging and building the next rich-media generation of the Center's website and mobile platform (5.5 million unique visitors and 30 million page views annually).
This position lasts until April 1, 2020 and is renewable subject to performance, need, and the availability of resources.
Responsibilities • Serve as technical expert on front-end web development by - Providing ongoing technical and maintenance support and enhancement of Miller Center website - Developing recommendations on highly complex problems - Collaborating in establishing and meeting technical specifications - Identifying and solving problems, testing and implementing applications, and providing ongoing technical evaluations - Analyzing patterns and traffic - Assisting in integration of additional technologies to enhance sites and focus sites toward intended audiences • Assist with maintenance/support of technology infrastructure • Process multimedia for web publication • Interact with public and internal stakeholders, including training of other users • Maintain current knowledge of relevant technologies and best practices
Application Instructions To apply, go to https://jobs.virginia.edu, search for posting # 0620371, create an application, and attach a CV/resume, cover letter, and full contact information for three professional references.
The University of Virginia is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.