Mount Holyoke College
Mount Holyoke College Library, Information, and Technology Services (LITS) and
the Office of the Dean of Faculty seeks an innovative developer and good
communicator to help us overhaul and maintain our academic-oriented department
This is a full-time, four year funded position dual-reporting to the Head of
Web Development and Application Integration and the Office of the Dean of
Faculty. Through a partnership between LITS and the Office of the Dean of
Faculty, this position will play a pivotal role in designing, implementing and
supporting new academic websites using our Drupal CMS. The ideal candidate
will bring together a balance of front-end web development skills and back-end
Drupal development experience. This candidate will work primarily as part of
the LITS Web Development group as an integrated team member with two other web
development professionals. After the initial rollout, this position will be
responsible for assisting in developing and deploying support and training
materials, including both online and classroom based training.
Responsibilities include: creating and styling of Drupal content types, theme
development and maintenance, and assisting with the implementation and testing
of new Drupal functionality. Communication with stakeholders and campus
community members will feature prominently, both in the gathering and vetting
of requirements, and long-term training and support efforts.
Technical requirements include: experience with Drupal content types and
familiarity with responsive design methodologies. Ability to read PHP and
troubleshoot common web development issues. Experience working with multiple
developers with a central code repository, preferably within a Drupal 7
environment. Demonstrated understanding of web standards, including
accessibility best practices.
You can find more information and apply online at:
http://jobsearch.mtholyoke.edu. Mount Holyoke is an equal
opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to fostering multicultural
diversity in its staff, faculty, and students. Women and people of color are
especially encouraged to apply.
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