General Contact Information:
Sue Arnold, Director of Human Resources
Texas Chiropractic College - 5912 Spencer Hwy TX 77505
281-998-6003, FAX 281-998-5788 or email@example.com
The Webmaster is responsible for the design, redesign, and upkeep of web pages for all departments and clinics across campus.
1. The Webmaster will work collaboratively, across the organization and with external vendors to advance the College's web presence.
2. Manage and implement the restructure, re-design, and content upgrade project for the website in an efficient, effective.
3. Support all strategic areas of the College such as: enrollment, academics, and fundraising.
4. Update all website content in a timely fashion and ensuring accuracy of information.
5. Develop strategies for fully integrating the website into recruiting, retention, development of community, student, faculty, staff, and alumni relations, and marketing goals and activities of the College.
6. Create and update departmental pages as necessary.
7. Project management and coordination of web projects.
8. Using web analytics to plan and develop priorities for the site.
9. Assisting in the execution of new online initiatives incorporating audio, video and other new media types; RSS feeds, podcasts, and other delivery.
EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION AND TRAINING:
1. The successful candidate will possess, at a minimum, an Associate’s Degree with an IT orientation or related technical Certification, or have 2-3 years of hands-on technical experience in creating and maintaining Web sites. Experience in a Higher Education environment preferred but not required.
3. Knowledge in search engine optimization.
4. Knowledge of Microsoft web server and development products (i.e. Expression Studio, Visual Studio, InfoPath, IIS and IIS plugins).
5. Knowledge of SQL or MySQL Database queries and functions for custom web reporting and formatting.
6. Knowledge and experience in established best practices for web authoring, standards compliance and accessibility; testing methodologies; browser compatibility.
7. Knowledge of emerging web trends, technologies and practices.
8. Knowledge of IIS and web based authentication (Basic, Forms, Claims Based, Windows).
9. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively both in writing and orally.
Standard workweek, with periods of extra-time to complete projects or to minimize user downtime. The physical agility to install computer equipment and some heavy lifting, (up to 65 lbs), required. Some exposure to dust. Air conditioned office but lots of walking across campus required. Some weekend work may be required.