Web Technology Specialist

Web Technology Specialist
Actively participates in the engineering and implementation of Internet applications and websites
Creates and develops working web pages and browser-based applications using current web technologies.
Ensures information on all websites, portals and related electronic communication vehicles meets established criteria for usability.
Utilizes analytic and diagnostic tools to identify and troubleshoot page errors, browser-related issues, missing or abandoned links.
Creates and utilizes existing Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and templates to
format forms, surveys and all web content. Fluent in content management systems.
Works in collaboration with the other teams to ensure that database driven information and content is presented in a compliant, appropriate and timely manner.
Supports web development.
Qualifications:
Experience/Education
Bachelor's degree in web-development, computer science or related field preferred.
Minimum two - three years professional Web design/technical maintenance experience desired
Proficiency in Web Applications including HTML, ASP, CSS, JavaScript, XML, and JQuery required.
Knowledge of Java/JSP Preffered.
Fluent in Web systems and applications; specifically data driven systems.
Experience building database-driven content with SQL Server, ODATA preferred.
Core Competencies
Ability to gather requirements and document the same.
Strong standard of checking work, testing and self-learning.
Excellent organizational skills with great attention to detail.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
A self starter
Creative thinking and problem solving skills.


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