[ES_JOBS_NET] Drupal web developer position for climate change websites
brand142 at umn.edu
Mon Mar 7 15:10:47 MST 2016
The Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science and Michigan
Technological University are advertising for a Drupal web developer based
in Houghton, MI and working in support of two climate change websites: the
national website for the USDA Climate Hubs
<http://climatehubs.oce.usda.gov/> and the Forest Service-led Climate
Change Resource Center <http://www.fs.usda.gov/ccrc/> (CCRC).
The web developer will work with content managers and multi-organizational
web teams to lead the development and growth of both websites in Drupal.
This person will be responsible for all aspects of website functionality
including evaluating modules and templates to use on each site, designing
web templates with a user-friendly look and feel, participating in content
type and taxonomy development, and working to implement changes in a
production environment using a Linux system and Git version control, and
complying with accessibility and security requirements. The web developer
should have demonstrated experience building websites in Drupal and
proactively identifying and troubleshooting technical problems. The new
position will work as a staff member of the Northern Institute of Applied
Climate Science (http://www.nrs.fs.fed.us/niacs/).
Please see more details and apply through Michigan Tech:
https://www.jobs.mtu.edu/postings/4108. Michigan Technological University
is an Equal Opportunity Educational Institution/Equal Opportunity Employer,
which includes providing equal opportunity for protected veterans and
individuals with disabilities.
More information about the Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science
(NIACS) can be found at www.nrs.fs.fed.us/niacs/about/. NIACS staff members
currently include employees of the U.S. Forest Service and Michigan Tech.
The position will be located on the campus of Michigan Technological
University <http://www.mtu.edu/> in Houghton, Michigan. Houghton is located
on the scenic Keweenaw Peninsula, rated by National Geographic Adventure
Magazine as one of the top 10 outdoor adventure spots in the country.
Proximity to Lake Superior and extensive forests, lakes, and rivers
provides opportunities for a range of recreational activities, including
hiking, canoeing and kayaking, fishing, and hunting. With an average of 200
inches of snow each year, cross‐country and downhill skiing, snowshoeing,
and other activities keep residents active and outside all winter long.
Houghton has been ranked as one of the 100 best places to live
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