Web Applications Engineer I - IR Academic and Administrative Info Resources
Categories: Information Technology
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
Helps to deliver content management solutions for websites and assists with technical and design recommendations for products.
Builds high customer satisfaction by managing end-users expectations, communicating technical issues clearly and in a way that is easily understood. Documents agreed upon resolutions.
Follows up with clients to ensure successful completion of tasks. Resolves bugs in a timely manner and ensures quality assurance standards by developing high quality code that is reusable, well documented, stable, efficient, and defect free.
Works independently to research and resolve problems and shares findings with others during technical meetings.
Assists in the testing of websites and systems to ensure they meet institutional and regulatory standards.
May perform usability studies to continually improve website architecture.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Other duties may include:
- Develop web applications primarily on Ruby on Rails
- Work with web-based platforms that enable collaboration, data-sharing and content management
- Configure innovative front-end interfaces and functionality for new and current websites, micro sites, and other online interfaces
- Ensure all work output incorporates stakeholder requirements, employs best-practices in UI, navigation, and usability
- Collaborate closely with developers, content producers, and managers
- Willingness to develop on Macs, learn server maintenance, and deployment strategies.
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