Web Manager/Developer – University of Arkansas at Fort Smith

Fort Smith, AR • Full-Time • Anticipated start date of March 29


The Web Manager/Developer will consistently create well-designed, tested code using best practices for website development, including mobile and responsive site design. Working directly with the UX Designer/Front End Developer, the Web Manager/Developer will create websites and user interfaces, using standard HTML / CSS practices, while incorporating data from back-end services. They will optimize sites for performance and see sites through to successful launches, with an eye to minimizing future maintenance. Proficiency in JavaScript, HTML, CSS, PHP, and other web services and program applications is essential to succeeding in this role. This position will also work closely with the communications team on major marketing and promotional campaigns; provide website support for campaigns; assist in the design and development of tools on related website pages to provide tracking and accountability for marketing efforts. This position reports to the Director of Marketing and Communications.


Summary of Job Duties


•Create websites/user interfaces incorporating data from back-end services

•Ensure web designs meet current accessibility requirements

•Provide marketing website support for campaigns

•Design and develop tools on webpages to provide tracking & accountability

• Responsible for maintaining a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner to foster teamwork. Requires consistent on-time attendance.

•Other duties as assigned


Minimum Qualifications


Bachelor’s degree in information technology, web design, computer science or a related field. At least three years of web development experience. Other job-related education and/or experience may be substituted for part of these basic requirements.

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