INTERNET PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS Sample Clauses

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 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 issuesincluding 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: 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: 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).

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