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Job: Learning Technologies Developer at Harvard Law School

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Under the direction of the Learning Technologies Manger, this position
provides a combination of instructional technology first level support with
that of an interactive

  
developer. As a member of the Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Solutions
Group, the Learning Technologies Developer supports curriculum initiatives at
Harvard Law School through developing, implementing and evaluating online
tools appropriate for Web and mobile technologies.

  
The Learning Technologies Developer supports and produces Web applications and
content using HTML with jQuery for both Web and mobile devices, and manages
the department Linux Server with MySQL/PHP.

  
  
Responsibilities include:

  
As a member of the TLC team, provide first level support for the Learning
Management System iSites, wikis, blogs and other popular applications. Work
with the team to

  
implement instructional and visual designs by creating or modifying modules
within

  
these existing applications.

  
  
Consult with faculty, the TLC team and other constituents on innovative
teaching solutions.

  
Design and develop effective, interactive Web solutions for teaching and
learning using web publishing tools/applications (e.g.,WordPress), current
standards based web design practices (CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript), and user-
centered design principles.

  
Create and/or modify PHP for WordPress themes, plug ins based on new or
existing designs that accommodate a range of client content/editorial
requirements.

  
Coordinate Web development projects from conception through implementation
using PHP; jQuery and JavaScript as appropriate.

  
Provide assistance to web content editors as needed.

  
Manage the department Linux Server with MySQL/PHP.

  
Work on grant funded projects with the Berkman Center, and on new and existing
applications created by the Berkman Center, with PHP and Ruby on Rails.

  
Migrate existing content into new sites; assist with incorporating new and
changing content.

  
Assist with performance and metrics.

  
Define and document best practices for existing and new services; provide
training on using individual sites.

  
Troubleshoot browser compatibility issues.

  
Develop code that adheres to principles of best practices and is secure,
scalable, and maintainable.

  
Participate in quality assurance testing and production of relevant
documentation.

  
  
BS/BA and five years of instructional/information technology or related
experience in higher education required. Must have at least
3 years experience as a member of a technical web development team,
familiarity with web content management systems and proven track record of
developing dynamic web applications, including for mobile devices.

  
Master's degree in software engineering, media, or related field
preferred. Experience in an academic library or other
academic unit; experience within the legal field or in publishing Proficiency
with HTML, CSS, and web authoring tools. Experience with
web development tools such as PHP, HTML, JaveScript, jQuery, and
WordPress. Knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator and the
Adobe suite. Knowledge of learning theories. Ability to
translate original or provided design mockups to current W3C standards-
compliant HTML5 and CSS3 code

  
Knowledge of Web accessibility best practices. Experience with project
coordination, working in team environments and independently.

  
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication and collaboration
skills.

  
Ability to interact positively with and build consensus among a diverse group
of colleagues, clients, and senior leadership. Ability to think creatively and
strategically in problem-solving and developing new solutions. Experience
collaborating with both technical and non-technical staff.

  
  
To apply, visit
[http://www.employment.harvard.edu](http://www.employment.harvard.edu), using
requisition number 26822.

  



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