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[opensource] Job Available: Academic Technology Specialist in the Program in Human Biology (50%, 4P1/Non-Exempt, includes benefits)
vijoy at stanford.edu
Mon Feb 25 16:53:36 PST 2008
thanks for your reply to the dragon questions.
did you mean ATA in the subject line here? no biggie-- i just got a
bit freaked when i saw the position posted and thought that you really
are attached to Dena's hip and was going to move to So Cal too...!
hopefully you'll stay a bit longer.
btw, you might consider talking to Psych as they're thinking of
embarking on a Drupal departmental site and may offer enough hours to
make sharing an ATA/Drupal dev person more better for all parties.
On Feb 25, 2008, at 4:20 PM, Carlos Seligo wrote:
> 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
> 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.
> 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
> 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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