Position Available: Web Development Specialist at US AID Library (Washington DC)

Washington, D.C.
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Created: June 29, 2007



Web Development Specialist needed to serve as a member of the Knowledge Services Center which supports the research and information activities of a major non-profit independent government agency. Responsible for providing the technical expertise required to develop the Knowledge Services Center's virtual presence as well as develop and maintain the Center's general and bureau specific web pages. The incumbent will stay abreast of technologies appropriate to the Center and its mission and incorporate them as appropriate and possible.

Required Skills and Qualifications:


* At least four years experience with Internet website development and management, HTML/web editors, other Internet-related WWW software (e.g. Java, Cold Fusion CGI Script) and graphics preparation packages, required; * Knowledge of and experience with Web 2.0 functions such as blogs, wikis, collaborative software, and tagging; * Knowledge of Unix, Linux, and Windows server systems; * Experience related to electronic (Internet) and computerized information services; * Excellent organizational, interpersonal and problem-solving skills; * Knowledge of foreign affairs, foreign assistance, economic development, or developing countries; * U.S. citizenship required.


To Apply / Compensation

* This is a contract position. Please email your resume and cover letter to Patty De Anda, pdeanda@libraryassociates.com, with a courtesy copy to Keith Gurtzweiler, Keith@libraryassociates.com. * Please use "Project Manager" as the subject line of your email and please let us know where you saw our posting. * Salary is commensurate with experience.


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Published: Friday, June 29, 2007 17:53 UTC

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