Recruitment #191011-UNCB-123



Position:  Webmaster

Division:  Information & Education

Location:  Central Office, Oklahoma City, 1801 N. Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK  73105

Salary:  $39484 min/$50835 mid/$61002 max  **Commensurate with education and experience.

Summary of Job Duties:
Under the supervision of the Information & Education Supervisor, is responsible for utilizing state-approved computer software to publish content on the agency’s website and maintain web pages for presentation, accuracy, timeliness, and usability. Engage in the agency’s social media presence. Implement communication campaigns and education programs. Plan, design, and develop web pages for the agency. Design web-enabled forms for use on Department projects. Review web analytics and track page usage to propose improvements to navigability. Identify and recommend changes to the website to increase efficiency and usability.

Refresh website content to ensure accuracy and timeliness of information and images. Work with internal and external partners to create an effective user experience.

Consult with employees from various divisions in order to coordinate Internet activities, identify needs and explain internet opportunities and limitations.

Research and evaluate new technologies to enhance web-based outreach efforts (i.e. mobile applications, e-newsletters, podcasts, streaming video, virtual tours). Stay current with developments and changes in web publishing techniques and with emerging technologies. Review and test new software applications for potential use in web design.

Coordinate with other divisions and constituents to create departmental forms in multiple formats for customer and internal use.

Respond to public emails and phone calls concerning the agency’s website.

Monitor website to ensure cross-platform functionality, navigability, usability and accessibility of agency website.

Develop procedures for web committee and general production procedures. Provide training to personnel in the maintenance of web pages.

Troubleshoot problems associated with web applications and/or web pages. Evaluate operations, and recommend improvements and modifications of web programs and procedures.

Serve on team managing agency’s presence in social networking sites including Facebook, Twitter, and other similar community sites, posting on relevant blogs, and seeding content into social applications as directed.

Review website statistics and monitor analytics.

May be required to perform other duties as assigned.

Must have the ability to:
• Lift and carry materials up to 40 pounds.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships, work independently, and be professional and courteous with the public, employees, and other agencies.
• Communicate clearly and effectively in public speaking situations and be able to express oneself clearly and concisely in writing.
• Use personal computer and various office equipment.
• May be required to occasionally work extended hours and weekends.

Education and Experience
Requires twenty-four hours of computer science from an accredited College, University or Technical School and three years of experience in building and maintaining websites; Or, a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Web Design and Development, or related field. Preference will be given for experience in Content Management Systems.

Knowledge and Skills
Two years of experience in the following, or related software:

Photoshop      Illustrator
Drupal            HTML5
JavaScript      Google Suite
PHP               CSS3


Please read instructions carefully and include all required documents when you submit your application.

No additional information will be accepted after the application has been submitted.


Veteran's Preference Points Apply only for initial appointment in the Classified Service.