IT Coordinator

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Location
College Park, Maryland
Posted
Sep 20, 2017
Closes
Oct 25, 2017
Function
IT
Hours
Full Time

IT Coordinator-Webmaster (#103134) Exempt Staff, 12-Month Full-Time position


The IT Coordinator-Webmaster will support the Department of Animal and Avian Sciences
(ANSC) and the Department of Environmental Science and Technology (ENST) at the
University of Maryland.

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Under the supervision of ANSC and ENST department chairs, design and maintain department websites and web pages. Design, develop and disseminate professional communications from each department, including brochures, posters, newsletters and promotional materials (electronic and hard-copy) to ensure that online marketing materials are fresh, current and updated. Design, construct and maintain department website and web pages; research, write and edit web content; generate and create graphics and video content. Provide support and assistance in creating web sites for extension and research activities within the department. Provide web server, desktop, and Apple-specific technology support. Develop and maintain departmental databases to support interactive content on web site(s). Film and edit video of departmental and extension-related events and seminars. Create DVD media and/or format video for online streaming capability.

QUALIFICATIONS:
A Bachelor’s degree in related field (information technology, computer science, advertising
extension education) is required. Minimum 3 years of experience (can be a combination of full
and part time work) in web and database development using HTML, XHTML, JavaScript and
CSS. Experience with Coldfusion 8 or higher; and knowledge of MySql, PHP, CMS, Apache,
and MS Access; Experience using dynamic web technologies such as AJAX and DHTML is
required. KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of current web standards
and best practices; Experience using the entire Adobe Creative Suite (CS3 or higher); Experience
working in both Windows and Mac environments and excellent oral and written communication
skills.

APPLICATION: Applications must be submitted through at https://ejobs.umd.edu. Completed applications must have a letter of application addressed to Mr. Michael Mobley, Search Chair, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences, University of Maryland which includes web addresses of anything that would exemplify applicant’s work, a resume, unofficial transcript, and contact information for three professional references.

CLOSING DATE: For best consideration, applications should be submitted by October 31,
2017 but the position will remain open until a suitable candidate is identified.