My team at Denver Public Library is looking for a developer to help us
build excellent digital experiences for the people of Denver! Please
forward to anyone you think would be interested and thank you!
Job details and application on Neogov.
Apologies for the cross-posting.
$69,576.00 - $111,322.00 Annually
08/03/18 11:59 PM
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 programming and application architecture
skills as a backend 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.
Curiosity. Focused energy.
A sincere desire to improve our community.
Skill in developing applications using PHP, MySQL and Drupal.
Experience creating and maintaining custom Drupal modules.
Experience integrating external data sources into Drupal web applications
Experience using software versioning tools such as Git or Bitbucket.
Experience working on teams using Agile methodologies like Scrum or Kanban.
Ability to contribute to a team focused on turning UX insights into
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
A Bachelor's Degree in information systems, computer science, or a related
field, or equivalent education and work experience.
Experience using DevOps tools such as Team Foundation Server, Ansible, or
other Continuous Integration systems (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.
Digital Project Manager
Denver Public Library