Monday, August 08, 2005


POSITION: Web Architect
STATUS: Professional
SALARY: Negotiable
REPORTS TO: Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Marketing


RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsible for creating and coordinating all aspects of the university web-site through extensive collaboration with team members, unit representatives and external constituents. The primary focus of the position is to create and maintain a high-quality web-site for use as a high-level communication tool that is user-friendly, interactive and achieves marketing and public relations results. Continual research and a thorough understanding of the unique aspects of marketing and education in a technical university environment are critical components of this position. The Web Architect is expected to be knowledgeable of emerging trends and incorporate best practices in hardware, software and internet technologies, particularly those related to web design and management, multi-media, web-based learning and marketing. The candidate must be able to facilitate communication and work proactively with campus units and individuals to ensure quality, consistency, accuracy and timeliness with regard to production schedules and deployment dates. Ensures that all information that is maintained on the Web-site is accurate, reliable and current.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Associate degree required, Bachelor degree preferred from accredited college or university with evidence of continual self-initiated learning. Minimum of three years related work experience applicable to the duties listed in the job description. Individual must possess excellent oral and written communication skills in order to write clearly, concisely and creatively. Must have excellent human relation skills and the ability to interface with diverse audiences. Must be able to handle multiple tasks, prioritize and resolve conflicts as necessary. Committed to working as a team player, taking initiative, assuming responsibility and modeling a positive and professional demeanor at all times. Advanced computer skills to include CSS, PHP, word processing, spreadsheets, database, project management and electronic communications, but more importantly the ability to use specific software associated with web-based technologies that are interactive, flexible, and visual. Adept at transforming sound, graphics, and text, animation and video into compelling packages of information for learning strategies. Must be able to use digital still and video cameras to produce compelling, creative images. The Web Architect must be able to apply creative skills and technical knowledge to achieve the outcome of attracting and influencing prospective students and other consumers through design concepts. Under certain conditions, some stated qualifications might be substituted with approved combinations of education and experience. Final candidates will be required to complete a battery of characteristic analysis instruments and must meet IRCA compliance requirements. A background check will be arranged through Human Resources.

Human Resource
1801 E. 4th
Administration Building
Okmulgee, OK 74447
(918) 293-5240


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