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Director, Web Services

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Job Opening ID: 1003497
Job Description:
The Director, Web Services serves as the primary contact for all aspects of the College’s websites, handling a range of responsibilities that may include prioritizing and developing content that is integrated with College goals, promotional and graphic/branding themes, and ongoing operations. This position ensures that the College’s web site serves as central resource in promoting the mission of the College and communicating effectively across a broad spectrum of College activities. 

Duties & Responsibilities:
Directs the technical planning, development, design, optimization and ongoing maintenance of MDC’s web presence 
•Oversees development of web applications to support enrollment
•Works closely with peers within Marketing and IT as well as with stakeholders to produce websites, landing pages, and apps
•Leads technical staff towards the most effective technological architecture and navigation
•Develops standards for contents and graphics; establishes procedures for inputting and editing
•Maintains current knowledge of best practices and emerging developments in SEO, web development, UX, personalization, mobile, and marketing technology
•Directs the overall web strategy of the MDC website
•Provides leadership and support on all projects 
•Participates in the development and implementation of the College policies, procedures, and guidelines relating to the College’s website
•Serves on the Communication Department Editorial Board and Promotion Advisory Committee

Minimum Requirements: 
•Master’s degree in related field and five (5) years of web technology experience with emphasis on web strategy and implementation; or Bachelor’s degree in a related field and nine (9) years of related experience
•Experience in managing Microsoft FrontPage extended servers with many sub-webs in a college environment
•Knowledge and understanding of College organization, goals and objectives, and policies and procedures
•Familiarity with the traditional parts of a marketing tech stack: CRM, Marketing Automation, analytics, digital paid media tools and platforms, SEO tools, etc. 
•Adept at defining, implementing, and managing complex technology project management workflows, from initial spec to QA, production, and ongoing maintenance and evolution
•Ability to explain and advocate for technical concepts to audiences within all levels of an organization
•Knowledge of current technological developments/trends in area of expertise
•Knowledge of computer programming applications or analysis activities
•Possess strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of individuals and constituencies in a diverse community