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Job: Civic Technologist Web Developer at City of Seattle

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Civic Technologist Web Developer 
City of Seattle
Seattle City Hall

**POSITION DESCRIPTION:**  
The City of Seattle, Office of the City Clerk, is seeking an experienced
technologist with an interest in advancing the effectiveness of City
government. This is an opportunity to implement innovative technologies that
facilitate open data and civic engagement. You will work with data owners and
research professionals to evaluate, design, develop, and implement solutions.
In this role, you will support our existing systems while designing our
future. This position affords growth and an opportunity for you to explore
database systems, programing languages, civic data, and web design.

  
This position offers a starting annual salary range of $88,000 - $96,000
negotiable depending on experience.

  
**JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:**  
The Office of the City Clerk is responsible for publishing meeting agendas,
proposed and passed legislation for the Seattle City
Council. In addition to this legislative data, the City
Clerk's office provides online access to active and historical City
records. This role is responsible for the accurate and
effective presentation of data to City employees and the general public.

  
**Leverage Existing Data and Systems**  
• Configure and maintain computer servers hosting databases and websites using
Microsoft Windows Server, Internet Information Server, Apache, MSSQL, MySQL,
VMWare and Linux

• Research and evaluate new approaches and third party
systems. Demonstrate and make recommendations as to their
suitability for required tasks

• Attend, participate, and stay informed in discussions relating to and
advancing open-data and open-government

• Maintain a good understanding of legislative document formatting standards

• Create and maintain database systems and user interface forms to facilitate
entry and edit

• Master existing City Clerk and legislative information systems and
collaborate with vendors to maximize access

• Optimize and maintain custom databases and applications

• Develop scripts, routines, and queries to facilitate the integration of
systems

• Create programs and routines to automate the extract and format of text from
documents and databases

  
**Facilitate System Integration and Controls**  
• Ensure consistency of shared data elements across interrelated
systems. Manage changes and coordinate
teams. Understand relevant content and communicate
interdependencies

• Engage with users, data owners and researches to improve access and open
availability of City data

  
**Manage Systems and Projects**  
• Document systems and processes. Create process diagrams,
training materials, and troubleshooting guides

• Develop security and privacy plans for public facing systems and interfaces

• Provide user support and training for systems and interfaces

• Develop policies and practices governing the publishing and organization of
legislative material and associated matter

• Develop and execute open-data and open-government strategies for the Office
of the City Clerk

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum Qualifications

• The equivalent of a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information
Systems, Library Science, or equivalent professional work experience

• Detailed practical knowledgeable and demonstrated competence in computer
programming, data management methodologies, database systems (MS-SQL, MySQL)

• Proven ability to work successfully and effectively in a team-based setting

• Proven ability to solve problems independently using analytical and logical
skills

• Excellent grammar, verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills

Desired Qualifications

• Demonstrated experience building compelling web applications and user
interfaces

• Knowledge or expertise with Open data, Open government or Civic Technology

• Knowledge or experience with library science and/or research of government,
legal or historical documents

• Knowledge or expertise with website accessibility

• Experience with server technology in an enterprise environment

• Web development, coding or application development experience

• Superior customer service skills

• Excellent organizational skills and strong attention to detail

• Excellent judgment, ability to work independently, self-motivated and able
to take initiative

  
**ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:**  
Application Instructions

Submit a cover letter and resume describing how your education and experience
meet the minimum and desired qualifications.

  
Please contact Jane Park at (206) 233-2025 or [log in to unmask] if you
have questions.

  
The Legislative Department values diverse perspective and life experiences;
people of color, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and veterans are
encouraged to apply

  
http://www.seattle.gov/jobs

CIVIC TECHNOLOGIST (STRATEGIC ADVISOR - LEGISLATIVE)

  
JP

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

Job #2016-00852



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