The Web development/maintenance team is part of the Corporate Communications Department and is responsible for our public-facing swri.org, our intranet, and various public-facing specialty sites. We work with the Communications content developers to promote the Institute to a worldwide audience.
Objectives of this Role:
Establish and guide website architecture for employee-facing Drupal 9 sites.
Design and implement new features and functionality of employee-facing Drupal 9 sites.
Manage technical aspects of employee-facing Drupal 9 sites, including working with site hosting vendor.
Work closely with frontend developers and Communications staff to ensure effective, visually appealing, functional and intuitive implementations.
Work on various implementations of websites in Drupal as well as HTML/CSS and any scripting required.
Daily and Monthly Responsibilities:
Work closely with web content specialists and clients to ensure an effective, visually appealing, and intuitive implementation.
Optimize applications for maximum performance and scalability.
Commit code, perform code reviews, drive best practices, and assist with configuration and release management.
Test and validate websites across multiple browsers, operating systems, and devices.
Collaborate closely with Information Technology Center management/staff, Communications management/staff, and other invested leadership staff.
Requires a Bachelors in Computer science, Information Technology, Communications, with 2 years related experience, or high school diploma or equivalent with a minimum of 10 years directly related experience in lieu of degree.
2 years: Professional experience with Drupal: site building, custom module development & theming.
2 years: Experience with backend Drupal 8/9 development.
2 years: Experience integrating third-party applications into existing systems using APIs.
A valid/clear driver's license is required.
Job Locations: San Antonio, Texas
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