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[opensource] Job Available: Academic Technology Specialist in the Program in Human Biology (50%, 4P1/Non-Exempt, includes benefits)

Carlos Seligo moth at stanford.edu
Mon Feb 25 16:20:48 PST 2008


This job is not yet officially posted on Trovix, as we are still
transitioning from the ATA who held the position previously.  However, we do
need a replacement as soon as possible.  The Human Biology website is a
drupal site, with quite a bit of custom PHP/MySQL on nodes for forms and
section assignment tools, and the like.  The primary duty of the job is
webmaster of this website.  Please contact Carlos Seligo (see signature file
below)


    Academic Technology Assistant


    Description:

    Academic Technology Assistant – Range 4P1/Non-Exempt  The Program in
Human Biology seeks a 50% FTE Academic Technology Assistant to promote an
efficient and effective administrative and teaching environment.  (Reporting
to the Academic Technology Specialist as well as the Administrator/Manager)
  The ATA will develop and maintain the program's website, and create online
forms to streamline several of the program's administrative processes,
including evaluations and applications for course assistantships and
research.  In addition to this primary role as humbio webmaster, the ATA
must show initiative as "first responder" to technical problems, screening
IT requests to determine who is responsible for solving that problem and
working closely with the staff.  Familiarity with ActionScript 3.0 or a
similar language for interactive media is a bonus, as summer projects are
likely to include the production of such media for learning modules.


    Qualifications:

    At least one year of experience as a Webmaster and/or designer/trainer
with multimedia in an academic environment.  The applicant should have
demonstrated familiarity with PHP/MySQL, HTML, and CSS.  The website is an
implementation of drupal, and although familiarity with drupal is not a
requirement, some prior experience with a Content Management System would
probably ease your learning curve considerably.

-- 
Carlos Seligo, Ph.D.
Academic Technology Specialist

Program in Human Biology
Room 21H - Bldg. 20, Inner Quad
Stanford, CA 94305-2160
ofc: 1-650-73(6-1432)
fax: 1-650-72(5-5451)
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