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Bachelor's degree in a relevant field and four (4) years of progressively responsible experience in developing for WordPress, managing multisite WordPress installations, and working in related programming language. Apply at https://www.wsujobs.com/postings/43220 (Position # 121299 - Web Technology Developer). WSU is an EO/AA Educator/Employer.
The Web Technology Developer reports to the Communications Director and is responsible for assisting in the execution of marketing & communications plans through the development and oversight of webpages, mobile applications, marketing email, and related channels. The manager exercises judgment and has decision-making authority of her/his functions, to support established web goals and performance targets. In addition to her/his own web development work, the manager plans, organizes and assigns work to staff web developers and web coordinators. Furthermore, the manager oversees all functions of Web Service Center.
The developer is a critical member of the CAHNRS leadership team and advises the director on initiatives and policies that further the communications goals of the college. She/he coordinates closely with the other functional managers and the production coordinator to ensure work is performed efficiently and effectively. The manager oversees the operations of the department in the absence of the Director.
Competitive benefits available; more details at https://hrs.wsu.edu/benefits
Founded as the people’s university in 1890, Washington State University fulfills that commitment by transforming lives through education, research, and community outreach. In 2015, the University celebrated 125 years of delivering life-changing knowledge and discoveries to citizens across the state, region, nation, and around the world. The state’s only land-grant institution and one of two public research universities, WSU provides a world-class education to nearly 30,000 students through its multi-campus, statewide locations and online. The University strives to ensure that higher education is accessible at an affordable cost—a decades-long WSU commitment to the state’s citizens. The University offers more than 200 undergraduate fields of study and 127 graduate and professional degree programs. Many academic programs win recognition nationally for excellence. WSU is one of just 108 public and private universities in the United States—out of more than 4,500—singled out for its “very high research activity” by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The University’s research agenda is focused on addressing challenges in health, sustainability, smart systems, national security, and opportunity and equity. WSU is a major driver of Washington’s economy, partnering with many of the state’s leading industries, including agribusiness, aerospace, health care, software, and construction. The University is responsible for nearly 20,600 jobs statewide and generates an overall economic impact of more than $3.3 billion annually. The institution’s operating budget expenditures total nearly $2 billion annually.
Led by Dr. André Denis-Wright as Dean of the college, College of Agricultural Human & Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) cultivates research priorities, academic curricula, and Extension programs that fulfill our role as a land-grant college.
We have almost 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students in 21 diverse majors and our expertise spans fields as varied as economics, crop and soil science, apparel and textiles, human development, and animal and food sciences.
Pullman is a dynamic center of higher education, research, and culture located in a region called the Palouse. The region is home to two land grant universities, Washington State University and the University of Idaho located just eight miles to the east in Moscow, Idaho. Washington’s second-largest city, Spokane, is located 75 miles north of Pullman. Demographics Daily designated Pullman a “dreamtown,” reflecting the city’s exceptionally high quality of life. Bloomberg Businessweek named Pullman the “Best Places to Raise Your Kids” in Washington. The city also boasts one of the highest percentages of graduate degrees among U.S. micropolitan areas, and its public school system has been ranked among the top 100 in the country. Excellent outdoor recreation opportunities—including golfing, skiing, hiking, and boating—are just a short drive away.
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