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Job: Web Services Specialist at National-Louis University

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Position summary: National Louis University is looking for an energetic, tech-
savvy, and service-oriented web developer with a strong instructional design
background to join the Library & Learning Support (LLS) team in developing and
maintaining outstanding web services.

The LLS Web Services Specialist will guide a top-priority redesign of the LLS
web site by working collaboratively with key stakeholders. The LLS Web
Services Specialist will play a crucial role in supporting the vision, design,
and management of the departments evolving web presence and services. The
successful candidate will have experience in applying organizational skills
and creative problem-solving in an educational setting, a demonstrated
commitment to service excellence, and a passion for continuously monitoring
emerging technologies and practices and applying them to improve learning and
research success for students and faculty.

The position will be responsible for setup, design, maintenance, and support
of web-related applications for LLS services; and for availability of online
services and resources.

We are looking for an individual who will design for the best user experience
and who is flexible, forward-thinking, and in tune with the needs of diverse,
career-oriented adult learners.

  
Responsibilities: Specific Responsibilities: Primarily responsible for
designing, building, and maintaining a new LLS web site for the 21st century,
using authoring and scripting languages (such as PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript,
Flash), content creation tools, management tools, and digital media to create
a site that is engaging and easily used as the primary tool for research and
data gathering at NLU; Discover and develop new / emerging technologies that
can enhance the LLS user experience and reach LLS goals and objectives;
Support use of web site analytics and reports; implement changes to improve
visibility and functionality of targeted pages; Create and maintain technical
documentation as needed.

Minimum qualifications: Web front-end and back-end development (such as PHP,
HTML, CSS, JavaScript, MySQL):

  
o Must have 1-3 years of web page design and development experience

  
o Core skill set centered on user experience and knowledge accessibility for
the 21st century

  
o Ability to integrate graphic files and fully functional HTML / CSS documents
for implementation into dynamic web systems

  
o Strong understanding of navigation design, information architecture, and the
nuances of web browsers and the mobile web

  
o Understanding of core concepts surrounding content management systems,
content implementation and workflow

  
o Ability to cross over into other areas and responsibilities relating to
ongoing projects, such as more advanced development, graphics design, and
multimedia development

  
o Knowledge of industry-standard software such as Adobe Creative Suite and
Microsoft Office

  
o Demonstrated experience applying principles of user experience design (UX)
and information architecture (IA) in a web environment, and demonstrating
compliance with W3C standards for functionality and accessibility

  
o Demonstrated ability to write concisely and effectively for the web

  
Other:

o Demonstrated ability to plan, coordinate, and implement effective projects,
making sure that objectives are met within time, budget, and quality targets

  
o Ability to thrive in an environment of change and to foster that capacity in
others

  
o Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a leader or member of
teams, both within and across organizations, especially involving technical
guidance

  
o BA / BS degree in instructional design, computer science, or equivalent
experience

  
Preferred Qualifications:

Familiarity with current and emerging technologies for libraries and learning
support

  
Familiarity with metadata standards, especially RDA

  
Familiar with digital collection management software (such as CONTENTdm and
Archon)

  
Environment:

  
NLU Library & Learning Support provides essential tutoring and research skills
support for student learning and for faculty and student research. LLS
collections are in primarily digital formats, and services are designed to
satisfy user needs as effectively online as they do in F2F and blended
formats. LLS also utilizes SmarThinking as an online tutoring resource. LLS is
engaged in numerous digital initiatives designed to improve students academic
success and to ensure support for faculty members research needs.

  
If you are excited by the possibilities that come with change, have energy and
internal purpose, and would like to advance the mission of National Louis
University, we invite you to discover the excitement, diversity, rewards, and
excellence of working here. Boasting a 125-year legacy of commitment to
access, excellence, and innovation, NLU offers exciting opportunities for
meaningful accomplishments and true growth.

  
Additional Information:

  
This is a full-time, permanent, exempt position, is based at the Chicago
campus and requires some evening and weekend hours, and regular travel among
NLUs Chicago-area campuses. This position reports to the Dean of Library &
Learning Support. Compensation is commensurate with qualifications and
experience.

  
Apply now: Please send your cover letter and resume to [log in to unmask] with Job
ID "CHWSS" in the subject line. No phone calls please. You will be contacted
if additional information is required or an interview is
requested.



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