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Under general direction, the Web Application Developer designs, builds, tests, implements, and maintains web pages and web applications for the University’s website (www.slu.edu) that are reliable and accessible and support the University’s communications and internet strategies. The position uses a variety of internet technologies, techniques, and tools such as graphics software applications and programming and object-oriented languages (i.e. XML, XSL, PHP) to create and maintain web applications and web page elements. The position is responsible for ensuring optimal Content Management System operation for all users.
Knowledge of web development, applications, and technology
Knowledge of programming and graphic design
Interpersonal/human relations skills
Project management skills
Written and verbal communications skills
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
Ability to perform work that is technically oriented, working on various platforms, including Microsoft and Apple
Ability to recognize trends in web development
Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field required; supplemented with three to five (3-5) years of programming or website design experience.
Maintains the website, web pages, and web applications; provides technical web support for efforts involving student recruitment, development and alumni support, promotion of programs, web advertising, website updates, and site design and navigation for colleges, schools, departments, and programs; analyzes, investigates, and solves technical problems associated with web pages and web applications; recommends improvements in order to minimize disruptions of the University’s web service.
Assists in systems administration, troubleshooting, and hardware or software upgrades; researches, tests, and integrates new web products with existing web applications to improve the functionality and/or design.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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