WEB DEVELOPER – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
Full-time, 40 hours per week RESPONSIBILITIES: Design, create, and modify the Library’s internet and intranet sites and other community websites. Website design includes web graphic design, interface design, user experience design, and search engine optimization. Analyze user needs to implement Web site content, graphics, performance, and capacity. May integrate Web sites with other computer applications. Work with other library team members to evaluate and implement new technologies and improve standards and practices. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Graphic Design, or a related field. Some experience preferred. Knowledge of content management systems, graphic design, databases, and application development tools. Ability to design, develop, and implement new Internet and intranet pages and images. Excellent interpersonal skills for communicating with staff to discern and analyze their needs relative to the content of internal and external web pages. Extensive knowledge of the Internet and various browsers. Strong organizational and time management skills. Desire to actively explore new technologies for their potential applications to ACPL’s public service mission. Consistent attention to thoroughness, detail and follow-through. Cooperative spirit, reliability, enthusiasm, friendliness, energy, resourcefulness, initiative, tact, good judgment, and a sense of humor are essential. Schedule of mostly daytime hours during the week. PREFERRED SKILLS & ABILITIES: Bilingual ability in Spanish or an Asian language is desirable but not required. COMPENSATION: Minimum salary range starts at $37,710.40 and up, depending on experience. Health, dental, vision, life and long-term disability plans. Cumulative sick leave. Library-paid retirement fund. Personal business leave. Four weeks vacation. Deferred compensation plan (457). Federal credit union. Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Variety of voluntary insurance plans. Flexible spending account. Free parking. Please upload a cover letter and resume as one document Click here to apply for this position. Please apply by 5:00 p.m. on 4/30/14 (posted 4/17/14)
MAKER SPACE GUIDE
Part-time, 24 hour per week Maker Space Guide at the Main Library. RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist the department manager and staff with developing, planning and carrying out of programs and educational activities that support the library’s mission and the Maker Space at Main. Provide group and individual instruction in the use of 3D printers & scanners, Adobe Creative Cloud software, Arduino Programing, and other electronic projects and equipment. Keep track of and order consumable supplies for the Maker Space equipment and monitor its appropriate use. Provide Maker Space tours to visiting groups and classes. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree preferred. Knowledge of some of the following and ability and willingness to learn the rest: 3D printing, Adobe Creative Cloud, CAD, video recording and editing, vinyl cutter & heat press technology, sewing machines, Adruino, and other new Maker technologies as they develop. Excellent presentation skills. A mature work ethic which demonstrates punctuality, an orientation towards service, and a high degree of dedication to the mission of the library and maker space. Knowledge of and enthusiasm for technology and maker culture, and ability to communicate the value and excitement of mastering STEM/STEAM technologies. Strong interpersonal skills for working with patrons of all ages. Cooperative spirit, reliability, promptness, enthusiasm, friendliness, energy, resourcefulness, initiative, tact, good judgment, flexibility, patience, and a sense of humor are essential. Ability and willingness to work Monday through Thursday evenings and most Saturdays. PREFERRED SKILLS & ABILITIES: Bilingual ability in Spanish or an Asian language is desirable but not required. COMPENSATION: Hourly pay rate of $12.04 Two weeks vacation and pro-rated holiday pay. Federal credit union. Employee assistance plan. Voluntary term life. Flexible spending account. Long term care insurance. Accident insurance plan. Free parking.Click here to apply for this position. Please apply by 5:00 p.m. on 4/24/14 (posted 4/10/14)
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Last Updated: April 7, 2014
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