POSITION: .NET Web Developer
LOCATION: Information Technology Services
REPORTS TO: Chief Information Officer
DATE POSTED: June 18, 2013
DATE AVAILABLE: Immediately
Primary Purpose of Position: This position is a full-time, 12 month, 40 hours per week, administrative position responsible for the
design, development and maintenance of the University Internet, Intranet and Extranet web systems, utilizing object-oriented
programming. The individual will serve as the University’s primary programmer and project development lead for the creation of
website databases and their associated online tools and applications. The individual will be responsible for learning and maintaining
Microsoft SharePoint, and will oversee the customization and integration of enterprise solutions. The individual will assist with the
secure integration of enterprise resource planning software into the institution’s web presence. The individual will assist in the
development and support of the University’s WordPress sites.
Education and Status: Bachelor’s degree required. Minimum work experience: three years+. The individual will have the ability to
employ innovative problem solving programming skills when maintaining or writing original programming code and/or scripts using
individual will have and/or gain SharePoint knowledge and experience that includes atchitectural design, web part development,
server installation, management and troubleshooting with a focus on planning, deploying and supporting an enterprise SharePoint
implementation. The individual will have the ability to evaluate, select and articulate product strategies that support and enhance the
University’s mission and strategic plan. The individual will need to complete diverse, difficult and complex tasks requiring a very
high degree of original and independent thinking and the ability to meet deadlines and expectations.
1. Assume and perform selected duties for individual projects, and providing updates/feedback to the Web Services Manager
2. Assume primary administration and development responsibilities for the University’s enterprise-level distributed content
management systems (Microsoft SharePoint 2010).
3. Assume responsibility for database architecting, design and maintenance.
4. Support and enhance the University’s public and internal websites through the maintenance of existing and/or development
of original code and scripts.
5. Assist internal clients in the development of web-based applications, interfaces and control panels.
6. Provide technical support and guidance for the University’s web presence, applications, interfaces, control panels and
7. Assist with training for the University’s website applications, interfaces, control panels and toolsets.
8. Create and modify databases and their associated web interfaces/tools for use with online applications, forms/surveys,
marketing, commerce and multimedia needs.
9. Assist with the design and implementation of secure data resources accessible through external, and internal, web interfaces
10. Assist with the administration and maintenance (monitoring system logs, patches) for the University’s servers (web, file,
streaming) and integrated tools, plug-ins and applications.
11. Perform disaster recovery operations as required or needed.
12. Produce and maintain administrative and procedural documentation.
13. Attend professional development and educational opportunities to maintain and enhance knowledge level and skill set; work
toward completion of relevant professional certifications.
14. Support and troubleshoot the campus streaming server (Adobe Flash Media Server) used for streaming live events, radio, and
video on demand.
15. Work with the Marketing and Communications team to come up with new ideas on how to increase the University’s web
presence across the multiple audiences we serve.
16. Create, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot WordPress sites and databases used for individual areas on campus or for
17. Perform all other duties deemed necessary for this position.
PLEASE NOTE: This position will accept applications of both on-campus and off-campus simultaneously.
The Office of Human Resources is accepting applications until the position is filled, submissions received by July 15, 2013, will be
assured full consideration. Send UF application and résumé to: The University of Findlay, Office of Human Resources, 1000 N. Main
St., Findlay, OH 45840, firstname.lastname@example.org or fax information to 419-434-5976. The University of Findlay is an Equal Opportunity