Web Development/Design Professional 2
The Kathryn A. Martin Library has one opening for the Web Development/Design Professional 2 position. This is a full-time, 12 month position. Position will be open until November 15, 2021. Anticipated start date is January 24, 2022. Starting salary for this position is $57,899.55
The Kathryn A. Martin Library’s Web Development/Design Professional 2 is responsible for one of the University of Minnesota Duluth’s most visited websites, providing a platform for students, faculty, staff, and community members to connect with collections, resources, assistance, and services to enable research, teaching, and learning.
As a member of the Administration Team, this employee develops, coordinates, and maintains the library’s website; shares responsibility with ITSS shared services for maintaining and troubleshooting library hardware and software; and provides staff training related to web pages and CMS.
A Web Development/Design Professional 2 conceptualizes, designs, creates, and modifies content and functionality of websites for internal employees, student learners and external communications purposes. Utilizes server-side, client-side, and database tools.. Optimizes performance, security, and scalability. Evaluates, schedules, and identifies resources for design projects; investigates user needs; plans, develops and implements website applications; and prepares website systems documentation for reference and training purposes.. Conducts usability tests, creates reports and presentations, and communicates results. Works with usability designers and developers to provide feedback and refine user experience across the entire development process.
As the chair of the library’s Web Committee, this employee provides collaborative leadership of the on-going development and improvement of the library’s website, including usability testing, long-range planning for the library’s web presence, and implementing feedback from users and library staff.
This position is eligible for the University’s Flexible Work Arrangement to include remote work.
Essential Job Functions:
Web Design and Development (65%)
Serve as Chair of the library web committee
Manage and maintain the library’s Drupal website. Design layouts and organize content using system-wide tools and templates. Develop custom components for enhanced site functionality.
Manage and customizes public interfaces for 3rd party systems such as Springshare products (LibCal, LibGuides, LibWizard, Primo, Tipasa, etc.
Ensure site and products work on various operating systems, browsers and devices
Ensure site follows library, UMD and UofM web guidelines
Ensure site legally meets WCAG 2.0 Level AA accessibility standards
Update and maintain a roadmap for library website maintenance
Coordinate content lifecycle and workflow between staff and web team
Conduct usability testing to continually improve website and third party products
Promote best practices for using Drupal and writing for the web
Enhance the self-service aspect of website
Collaborate with ITSS and UMPR to develop future designs and improve Drupal
Investigate, evaluate, test and recommend new web technologies
Write and maintain web documentation for admins and web team
Maintain Google presence and analytics
Order, install and troubleshoot library-specific hardware
Assist with library software installation and troubleshooting at service point computers and in Archives and Digital Services areas
Maintain supply and storage spaces for library hardware
Support for Web Contributors and Staff Training (10%)
Identify web related needs and work with library staff to implement new online initiatives
Administer staff permissions for the website and shared software products
Prepare and maintain staff procedures and guidelines for web updates
Provide training and assistance for website, chat, and other services
Apprise supervisor of web development trends and recommend appropriate responses
Other Responsibilities (5%)
Maintain the Ramseyer-Northern Bible Society Collection website
Work effectively with all members of the Administration team to achieve the library’s mission and goals and contribute to library team organizational development and communication
Other duties as assigned
BA/BS plus at least two years of experience, or master’s degree.
Experience contributing to a diverse and inclusive work environment, including experience implementing actions that improve digital accessibility
Creative aptitude for web skills to produce high quality content with limited assistance
Experience with Drupal, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator, and/or other content management systems and design and coding software
Experience in project management and collaborative leadership
Strong communication skills
Physical and Environmental Conditions:
Accommodations may be made for some of these physical demands for individuals who require and request such accommodation:
Mobility to work in a typical office environment and use standard office and computer equipment
Stamina to remain seated and maintain concentration for extended periods of time
Vision to read printed materials and computer screens
Hearing and speech to communicate effectively in oral and written forms, in-person, and over the telephone
Strength and ability to lift materials or equipment weighing 5–10 pounds on a regular basis
About the Department
The Kathryn A. Martin Library is prized for its design and architecture and features views of Lake Superior. It has been updated to serve today’s researchers, including the renovation of our library teaching spaces. UMD is a medium-sized regional university that offers students a supportive atmosphere and access to the resources of the larger University of Minnesota system. UMD students can choose from more than 93 undergraduate and post-baccalaureate degrees, and from graduate programs in more than 20 different fields.
How To Apply
To apply for this position, go to http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/employment/ and search for job opening 344347. Click on the job title to view the job details and application instructions.
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