Update: Our search has been extend through Friday 6/9! Know anyone who
might be interested? Plz forward and thank you.
On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 12:03 PM, Chris Evjy <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> My team at Denver Public Library is looking for a UX-minded person with
> the people of Denver! Please forward to anyone you think would be
> interested and thank you! Apologies for the cross-posting.
> -Chris Evjy
> Front-end UX Developer
> $62,538.00 - $100,061.00 Annually
> Closing Date
> 6/29/2017 at 11:59 PM Mountain Time
> What You'd Do
> Work downtown at the Central Library contributing to the development and
> maintenance of Denver Public Library's evolving range of digital services,
> including its websites. Use strong UX design sensibilities as a front-end
> developer to create digital experiences that help people be better people.
> Play a critical role in helping the Digital User Experience team build
> world-class digital services for a world-class library. Foster effective
> communication with a variety of end users in order to build
> customer-centric digital experiences.
> You Have
> Curiosity. Focused energy.
> A sincere desire to improve our community.
> Knowledge of current front-end design patterns.
> Knowledge of responsive design; delivering content to different devices
> and platforms. Knowledge of UX research and testing.
> frameworks and libraries such as Angular, Ember, Node.js, React, jQuery,
> CSS, Sass, HTML5, JSON and/or other XML standards.
> Skill in using visual design skills with a focus on crafting user
> Skill in communicating with a wide variety of audiences with a wide
> variety of technology abilities and needs.
> Ability to contribute to a team focused on turning UX insights into
> remarkable experiences.
> Ability to use decoupled environments using data from APIs to craft
> dynamic experiences.
> Ability to create UX documentation (user flows, wireframes, paper
> prototypes, etc.).
> Ability to take risks, strive for excellence and learn iteratively. Ability
> to pass a background check after the offer to hire has been made.
> Two years of professional experience working with interactive/web
> development teams.
> A Bachelor's Degree in information systems, computer science, or a related
> field, or equivalent education and work experience.
> Experience working on teams using Agile project management frameworks like
> Scrum (preferred, not required).
> Experience in the mobile app development space (preferred, not required).
> Experience with Drupal (preferred, not required).
> Experience with Web accessibility standards (preferred, not required).
> Experience using Google Analytics (preferred, not required).
> Other Things You Should Know
> The Denver Public Library connects people with information, ideas and
> experiences to provide enjoyment, enrich lives and strengthen our
> community.The customer is at the center of all work performed at the Denver
> Public Library. Denver boasts a diversity of age, background, religion,
> ethnicity, culture, education, socioeconomic level and lifestyle.
> A typical day might include a standup meeting with team members, focused
> work coding a design change that improves a user flow, walking a group of
> front-line staff through some prototypes, and collecting, documenting and
> communicating what you learned.
> Although the full salary range for this position is provided, offers
> depend on qualifications and typically do not exceed the midpoint. The
> City and County of Denver benefit package will be offered.
> The schedule will be determined by the needs of a department that
> encourages a healthy work-life balance and will rarely ask for hours to be
> worked outside a normal workday.
> Job details here
> and you can apply here
> Please contact kbishop-at-denverlibrary-dot-com with any questions.
> Christopher Evjy
> Digital Project Manager
> Denver Public Library
Digital Project Manager
Denver Public Library