Indiana University

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The following position reporting to Nick Ray, Executive Director, IT Technical Services, is being posted externally. If interested, you must apply online at
Refer to job number #12328.

Senior Web Developer - PA3IT (Position reopened)

Work to provide specialized expertise and leadership for web projects for IU Southeast Information Technology and to its external customers. Collaborate with designers and others as a part of the IU Southeast web production team in creation of campus websites and web services. Design, write, develop, debug, install, modify, configure and maintain software to support web-based systems.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Serve as senior web developer/administrator and take lead role on the campus web development team. Work closely with Director to identify project goals and direction, and then work with team to develop solutions. This includes, but is not limited to, Internet and intranet services. Ensure pages are correctly coded, oversee the content management system, automate manual processes, and integrate database and application software into web designs in order to increase site effectiveness. Analyze systems. Design, write, develop, debug, install, modify, configure, and maintain software in support of web-based services. Work with IT-Systems & Operations to install, configure, and maintain hardware in support of web-based services. Work with the Network Administrator regarding the use of network protocols such as DHCP and SMTP.

Influence structure of new web pages to maximize accessibility, usability and effectiveness; maximize users. ability to search site content.

Work closely with IT team members to develop and maintain appropriate policies and procedures regarding usage, access, and administration of campus web site; maintain appropriate security; support and coordinate with Director to serve as campus consultant and authority regarding web issues; educate campus regarding web potentials and limitations including database functionality. Serve as a user contact and consultant to answer questions, interpret technical information, identify needs, provide information, education and technical services, troubleshoot, and make referrals to other technical resource persons. Serve as liaison between local web services users and system-wide and external providers to process request and coordinate systems.

Coordinate with IT staff in order to instruct users in hardware/software usage to include, but not limited to, serving as instructor for local training programs, and developing documentation and training materials.

Supervise work activities of student programming assistants, to include participation in hiring, training, and assigning work.

Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

Bachelor's degree in computer science related field. Combinations of related education and experience will be considered. REQUIRED: Four or more years of experience in website and web application development for advanced automation of manual processes, database integration, maximized accessibility, usability and increase overall campus website effectiveness. Of this four, at least two or more years of experience using, installing, configuring and troubleshooting web and application servers such as Windows/Microsoft IIS, SQL server, RedHat Linux/Apache 2. Experience with enterprise-level content management systems.

Demonstrated work experience with Microsoft SQL server, including DTS (development and scheduling) and Stored Procedures. Demonstrated work history of creating automated scripts to increase productivity and efficiency. Technical proficiency developing applications in a web environment using semantic XHTML markup, front-end development with CSS, JavaScript and server-side development with PHP and ColdFusion. Evidence of the ability to write well formed transact SQL, stored procedures and complex queries in order to create efficient and logical databases for web applications.

Solid technical understanding and experience with network protocols such as TCP/IP, SSL, DNS, etc. Evidence of using web site tracking tools, such as Google Analytics, Web Trends, etc. to generate reports and analyze site traffic patterns and usage.

Technical knowledge of development frameworks such as jQuery, CodeIgniter, authentication systems such as Active Directory and other third-party API.s for integration into web applications.

Strong communication, people skills, and the ability to work with users at all levels. Ability to lift 10 pounds. Proven orientation toward quality service Sedentary work: Ability to sit for extended periods, some mobility required


Experience with Oracle and MySQL is a plus. Evidence of experience coding for various web browsers (for Mac and Windows platforms) a plus, including Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla FireFox, Google Chrome, and Safari.

Indiana University is an equal employment opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer and a provider of ADA services.