Old Dominion University Web Team Lead in Norfolk, Virginia
Working Title Web Team Lead
Position Number 00723A
Department CTR FOR LEARN & TEACHING
Location Norfolk, VA
Type of Position Classified
Type of Job Full Time
EEO Category B Professionals
To provide direction, guidance, oversight, and leadership to the programming team, responsible for developing the Office of Distance Learning’s Personal Learning Environment and the CLT websites.
Type of Recruitment
Knowledge, skills and abilities
Considerable project management knowledge of a mid-sized web application.
Working knowledge of the Software Development Lifecycle (system design, development, testing, release and maintenance), including requirements solicitation. Strong communication skills (verbal and written) with both internal team members and external business stakeholders. Strong initiative to find ways to improve solutions, systems, and processes. Considerable ability for problem solving, attention to detail, and accuracy.
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with the development team to determine technical direction and approach to systems design.
Special licenses, registration or certification
Education or training
Level and type of experience
Considerable experience as a web team lead. Some experience in leading programming in higher education or industry environment, with a focus on systems development. Some experience in a technical leadership position with a focus on systems development. Some experience with relational database and non-relational database development. Some experience designing and developing enterprise grade software. Some experience with automated testing, quality assurance processes and tools. Some experience in several of the following areas:
quality Assurance processes and tools
project management of a mid-sized web application
-developing web applications in accordance with the software engineering lifecycle
-scripting and programming languages including PHP 7 and PHP frameworks.
Preferred knowledge, skills, abilities, education, experience, licensure, certification
Extensive experience as a Web Team Lead.
Demonstrated ability to use Agile methodology including Scrum; some Scrum Master experience. Working knowledge of W3C standards, web accessibility and 508 compliance. Some knowledge of Learning Tools Interoperability (LTIs). Some experience with user interface design and prototyping. Some experience with debugging, performance profiling and optimization.
Conditions of Employment
Annual Salary/Hourly Rate Salary commensurate with education and experience
Job Requisition Number S01492
Job Open To General Public
Open Date 04/19/2021
Open Until Filled Yes
Special Instructions Summary
Criminal Background Check The final candidate is required to complete a criminal history check.
College Home Page https://odu.edu
Department Home Page https://clt.odu.edu
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