INTERNET PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS. Job Title: Web Designer Job#: 2640 General Characteristics Responsible for the design, development and creation of user-centered designs for Web sites. Responsibilities include human factors engineering, heuristic evaluations and usability testing for Web and client based applications as well as metrics setting and monitoring for assessing the usability of the Web application. Works to improve the usability, usefulness, and desirability of Web sites in collaboration with Graphic Designers, Product Managers, Engineering Staff and other Web Designers. Must be able to perform usability tests, provide design prototypes and provide ad hoc user interface consulting. Responsible for requirements gathering and articulation of user interface issues—including development of page/site prototypes. Must be knowledgeable of user-centered design methodology, user scenarios, usability testing, storyboarding, paper and interactive prototypes. Must have demonstrated skills in graphic applications, HTML development tools and other applicable authoring tools, Web production, front-end development using programming and scripting languages. Must be able to integrate design into program rules and system architecture and create innovative approaches to improving the end-user experience. Must be familiar with platform/browser compatibility and basic usability issues.
INTERNET PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS. Job Title: Internet/Web Engineer Job#: 2620 General Characteristics Integrally involved in the development and support of all Internet/Intranet/Extranet sites and supporting systems. Works closely with other IT groups and customers to define the system design and user interface based on customer needs and objectives. Participates in all phases of the development and implementation process, and may act as a project manager on special projects. Ensures the integration of the Web servers and all other supporting systems. Responsible for system tuning, optimization of information/data processing, maintenance and support of the production environment.
INTERNET PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS. Job Title: Web Applications Programmer Job#: 2630 General Characteristics Develops, maintains, and supports applications for the organization’s Internet/Intranet sites. Gathers and analyzes requirements. Programs all or selected components of Web applications. Documents components and applications. Develops automation techniques to enable end-user content publishing; programs, tests and implements mapped graphic images, forms and HTML pages; handles client browser support inquiries; maintains links to external sites and accuracy on internal links while ensuring up-to-date information. Researches, evaluates and recommends new Internet tools and applications for use in assigned responsibilities. The senior level Web Applications Programmer has experience in a variety of the more difficult Web tools and languages.
INTERNET PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS. Job Title: Internet/Web Systems Administrator Job#: 2660 General Characteristics Responsible for ensuring the control, integrity, and accessibility of the Internet/Intranet for the enterprise. Responsible for change management procedures regarding the installation and testing of all upgrades and enhancements for the Internet/Intranet infrastructure. Responsible for proper initial installation as well as subsequent installations of updates/patches; preparation of system documentation; proactive, regular checks of system components for errors and application of necessary corrective action; set-up and maintenance of Web servers. Knowledgeable in all levels of Internet/Web security and the associated requirements for their application. Designs, develops and administers firewalls as a means of preventing unauthorized access to enterprise networks. Provides technical support to internal users and external customers; troubleshoots problems and takes corrective action on a timely, effective basis.
INTERNET PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS. Job Title: Webmaster Job#: 2650 General Characteristics Accountable for the design, upgrading, enhancement, maintenance, availability and effectiveness of technical functionality and content for one or more Web sites of the enterprise. Coordinates the publishing of Web site content, user interface, look/feel and level of specificity to suit a wide range of needs. Responsible for working closely with marketing and systems teams to coordinate content, developing on-going site structure and updates. Knowledge and experience in HTML, including style sheets, templates, complex tables, frames, image maps, CGI programming, applets, animation, multimedia design and delivery, and Web publishing procedures, is essential. Primary focus is generally on gathering requirements that relate to the organization’s business objectives relative to site audiences, and continuous content updates and site upgrades to enhance site hits/visits. Webmaster, in a junior role, would focus more extensively on programming content rather than the technical aspects of this position. Impact and complexity of this job increases if organization is utilizing Internet solutions (vs. only Intranet), especially those having significant business impact (e.g., e-business).
INTERNET PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS. Job Title: Web Customer Support Specialist Job#: 2670 General Characteristics Responsible for providing support services to users of Internet and Extranet sites. Provides technical advice and guidance relative to problems involving user interface, browser, hardware and supporting software. Troubleshoots and restores routine technical service and equipment troubles by analyzing, identifying and diagnosing faults and symptoms using established processes and procedures. Maintains a knowledge database and call tracking database to enhance quality of problem resolutions. Coordinates efforts with the Help Desk to ensure all calls outside the customer environment are effectively resolved. Works in a team setting, sharing information and assisting others with calls. Provides input to Web development team for site improvements based on customer feedback. This job is very similar to an experienced Help Desk professional, with the added responsibility of interfacing directly with external customers to the business. As a result, customer service and technical competencies are very critical, as this may be the only “live” interface a customer has with the business.


  • Project Planning If Landlord requires the Premises for use in conjunction with another suite or for other reasons connected with the planning program for the Building or the Project, upon not less than one hundred twenty (120) days’ Notice to Tenant, Landlord shall have the right to move Tenant to other reasonably comparable space in the Project, which shall be comparable in terms of size, size and number of conference facilities, layout, and quality of finishes and improvements (any such other space is hereinafter referred to as the “Substitute Premises”), at Landlord’s sole cost and expense, said cost and expense being limited to the reasonable costs of: (a) physically moving Tenant’s personal property from the Premises to the Substitute Premises, (b) relocating telephone and IT equipment and service, and (c) if Tenant’s address within the Project changes as a direct result of the relocation, replacing a reasonable quantity of preprinted letterhead and business cards, and (d) any other reasonable, actual, out-of-pocket costs reasonably incurred by Tenant for such relocation. Following the relocation, the terms and conditions of this Lease shall remain in full force and effect for the balance of the Term, except that a revised Exhibit “A” shall become part of this Lease reflecting the location of the Substitute Premises, and Article 1 of this Lease shall be amended to include and state all correct data as to the Substitute Premises (and Landlord and Tenant shall promptly execute an amendment to this Lease making such changes, provided that the parties’ failure to execute an amendment shall not affect each party’s respective rights and obligations with respect to such changes). Following any such relocation of the Premises to a Substitute Premises, all references in this Lease to the “Premises” shall be deemed to refer to the Substitute Premises. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, if the Substitute Premises does not meet with Tenant’s approval (in its sole and absolute discretion), Tenant will have the right to cancel this Lease upon giving Landlord written notice thereof within sixty (60) days of receipt of Landlord’s notice to Tenant exercising Landlord’s right to move Tenant to the Substitute Premises; provided, however, Landlord has the right, by written notice to Tenant given within five (5) business days of receipt of Tenant’s cancellation notice to rescind Landlord’s notice to Tenant exercising Landlord’s right to move Tenant to the Substitute Premises, in which event such notice will be rescinded, Tenant’s subsequent cancellation notice will be cancelled and this Lease will remain in full force and effect. If Tenant cancels this Lease as provided above, Tenant agrees to vacate the Building and the Premises within one hundred twenty (120) days of its receipt of Landlord’s original notice exercising Landlord’s right to move Tenant to the Substitute Premises. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Landlord’s right to move Tenant to the Substitute Premises shall not apply during the initial Term.

  • Strategic Planning Facilitate the effective alignment of IT requirements/ Information Resource Management (IRM) plans with strategic business plans and program initiatives. Management Improvements: Development and implementation of improved systems and business practices to optimize productivity and service delivery operations (e.g., analysis, and implementation of improvements in the flow of IT work and program processes and tool utilization, including business system analysis, identification of requirements for streamlining, re-engineering, or re-structuring internal systems/business processes for improvement, determination of IT solution alternatives, benchmarking).

  • Procurement Planning Prior to the issuance of any invitations to bid for contracts, the proposed procurement plan for the Project shall be furnished to the Association for its review and approval, in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 1 of Appendix 1 to the Guidelines. Procurement of all goods and works shall be undertaken in accordance with such procurement plan as shall have been approved by the Association, and with the provisions of said paragraph 1.

  • Training and Professional Development C. Maintain written program procedures covering these six (6) core activities. All procedures shall be consistent with the requirements of this Contract.

  • Professional Engineering and Architect’s Services Professional Engineering and Architect’s Services are not permitted to be provided under this Agreement. Texas statutes prohibit the procurement of Professional Engineering and Architect’s Services through a cooperative agreement.

  • Synchronization, Commissioning and Commercial Operation 5.1.1 The SPD shall give the concerned RLDC/SLDC and SECI and also Buying Entity at least sixty (60) days’ advanced preliminary written notice and at least thirty (30) days’ advanced final written notice, of the date on which it intends to synchronize the Power Project to the Grid System.

  • Information Technology Enterprise Architecture Requirements If this Contract involves information technology-related products or services, the Contractor agrees that all such products or services are compatible with any of the technology standards found at xxxxx:// that are applicable, including the assistive technology standard. The State may terminate this Contract for default if the terms of this paragraph are breached.

  • Communications and Operations Management a. Network Penetration Testing - Transfer Agent shall, on approximately an annual basis, contract with an independent third party to conduct a network penetration test on its network having access to or holding or containing Fund Data. Transfer Agent shall have a process to review and evaluate high risk findings resulting from this testing.

  • Quality Assurance/Quality Control Contractor shall establish and maintain a quality assurance/quality control program which shall include procedures for continuous control of all construction and comprehensive inspection and testing of all items of Work, including any Work performed by Subcontractors, so as to ensure complete conformance to the Contract with respect to materials, workmanship, construction, finish, functional performance, and identification. The program established by Contractor shall comply with any quality assurance/quality control requirements incorporated in the Contract.

  • Maintenance and Operation (a) Lessee, at its own cost and expense, shall maintain, repair and keep each Unit, and cause the Manager under the Management Agreement to maintain, repair and keep each Unit, (i) according to Prudent Industry Practice and in all material respects, in good working order, and in good physical condition for railcars of a similar age and usage, normal wear and tear excepted, (ii) in a manner in all material respects consistent with maintenance practices used by the Manager in respect of railcars owned, leased or managed by the Manager similar in type to such Unit or, with respect to (A) any Equipment subject to an Existing Equipment Sublease that is a Net Sublease, maintenance practices used by the applicable Sublessee in respect of railcars similar in type to such Unit used by such Sublessee on its domestic routes in the United States; (provided further, however that after the return to the Manager of any Unit which was subject to a Net Sublease immediately prior to such return, such Unit shall be maintained and repaired in all material respects in a manner consistent with maintenance practices used by the Manager in respect of railcars owned, leased or managed by the Manager similar in type to such Unit) and (B) any Permitted Sublease that is a Net Sublease entered into after the Closing Date where (x) the long term unsecured debt of the applicable Sublessee is rated at least BBB- by S&P and Baa3 by Xxxxx'x (or at least BBB- by S&P or Baa3 by Xxxxx'x if then rated by only one such rating agency) or similarly rated by any rating agency, (y) the applicable Sublessee is organized under the laws of the United States or any State thereof and (z) the applicable Sublessee is the owner or lessee of at least 250 railcars used primarily on domestic routes in the United States, maintenance practices used by such Sublessee in respect of railcars similar in type to such Unit, (iii) in accordance with all manufacturer's warranties in effect but only to the extent that the lack of compliance therewith would reasonably be expected to adversely affect the coverage thereunder and in accordance with all applicable provisions, if any, of insurance policies required to be maintained pursuant to Section 12 and (iv) in compliance in all material respects with any applicable laws and regulations from time to time in effect, including, without limitation, the Field Manual of the AAR, FRA rules and regulations and Interchange Rules as they apply to the maintenance and operation of the Units in interchange regardless of upon whom such applicable laws and regulations are nominally imposed; provided, however, that, so long as the Manager or, with respect to any Equipment subject to an Existing Equipment Sublease which is a Net Sublease, the applicable Sublessee, as applicable, is similarly contesting such law or regulation with respect to all other similar equipment owned or operated by Manager or, with respect to any Equipment subject to an Existing Equipment Sublease which is a Net Sublease, the applicable Sublessee, as applicable, Lessee (or such Sublessee) may, in good faith and by appropriate proceedings diligently conducted, contest the validity or application of any such standard, rule or regulation in any manner that does not (w) materially interfere with the use, possession, operation or return of any of the Units, (x) materially adversely affect the rights or interests of Lessor, Policy Provider or the Indenture Trustee in the Units or hereunder, (y) expose Lessor, Policy Provider or the Indenture Trustee to criminal sanctions or (z) violate any maintenance requirements contained in any insurance policy required to be maintained by the Lessee under this Lease or the Collateral Agency Agreement if such violation would reasonably be expected to adversely affect the coverage thereunder; provided further, that Lessee shall promptly notify Lessor, Policy Provider and Indenture Trustee in reasonable detail of any such contest. In no event shall Lessee discriminate in any material respect as to the use or maintenance of any Unit (including the periodicity of maintenance or recordkeeping in respect of such Unit) as compared to equipment of a similar nature which the Manager owns or manages. Lessee will maintain all records, logs and other materials required by relevant industry standards or any governmental authority having jurisdiction over the Units required to be maintained in respect of any Unit, all as if Lessee were the owner of such Units, regardless of whether any such requirements, by their terms, are nominally imposed on Lessee, Lessor or Owner Participant.