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Website Specialist - 800 in Dallas, TX at Search Services

Date Posted: 3/13/2018

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Job Description

SUMMARY:  A large Houston organization is seeking an experience Website specialist to join their team for a 6 week project with the potential to be extended.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The person in this position will develop and maintain C#, ASP.NET, and SQL server-based applications; code and test programming for in-house software programs; debug code for existing programs based on immediate need; troubleshoot system bugs and issues; conduct peer code reviews and inspections for the purpose of program optimization and accuracy; participate in the planning and implementation of multiple projects; and identify/solve critical issues. 

1. Creates websites using HTML, CSS, and JQuery. 
2. Tests websites and systems to ensure they meet institutional and regulatory standards. 
3. Manages access and control of software (for example, user, role, and group). 
4. Trains end-users and ensures that system documentation is effective and current. Documents system functionality and frequently asked questions to provide self-help for end-users. 
5. Design, build, and maintain C# code. 
6. Experience with Microsoft SQL server. 
7. Communicates moderately complex technical issues to end-users in an easily understood manner. 
8. Builds sitemaps and web page specifications. 
9. Performs other duties as assigned. 


Bachelor’s Degree and 2 years of job related experience. 

• Work requires effective written and verbal communication skills to educate end-users about usability theory, perform usability studies, and generate reports to articulate findings of studies. 
• Work requires ability to understand methodology for web development personas and HTML development. 
• Work requires a thorough understanding of web technologies, standards, and applications. 
• Work requires effective interpersonal skills with the ability to meet with users and educate them on systems and institute technical self-help strategies to resolve issues. 

• Work requires interpretation of policy and application of procedures or practices to meet work objectives.