Position Number 009273
Vacancy Open to: All Candidates
Vacancy Type SPA Staff
Position Type Permanent - Full-time
If time-limited, please indicate appointment end date:
Hours per week 40
Career Band/Role: University Library Technician
Competency Level Journey
Classification Title University Library Technician - Journey
Working Title Usability Assistant
Recruitment Range $34,236 - $38,040
Does this position have a funding constraint? Yes
If yes, maximum budgeted salary available: $38,040
FLSA Status Nonexempt
(Hours/Days per week) Monday - Friday 40 hrs./week
Division Academic Affairs
Department: Library (Adm)
Work Location J. Murrey Atkins Library; Digital Scholarship Lab
Minimum Experience/Education Journey:
Graduation from a four-year college or university; or high school and four years of library experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Essential Job Duties The essential job duties include but are not limited to the following:
Assist with user research/usability studies using a variety of techniques (e.g. formal/informal usability testing, online surveys, card sorting, interviews, observations, focus groups, participatory design).
Provide support for media creation and digitization (audio and video editing, scanning, and format conversion) and web-based projects (Omeka, Drupal, or other content management system) developed in the unit.
Conduct regular web analytics to identify opportunities for improvement.
Assist with web accessibility audits.
Departmental Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education The preferred candidate will have the following:
- Experience in an academic library setting.
- Proficiency with usability testing software such as Morae, is desired.
- Experience designing and/or evaluating library systems or other complex websites.
- Experience designing and/or evaluating mobile interfaces.
- Experience with a variety of user research/usability methods.
- Familiarity with web accessibility standards and coding techniques.
- Experience with HTML/CSS and knowledge of more advanced front-end technologies.
- Experience with web analytics analysis.
Job Open Date 06-20-2013
Job Close Date 07-04-2013
Proposed Hire Date August 1, 2013
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