Company Name:
SNAP, Inc.
The Webmaster will support work that requires the collection and analysis of data to provide reports, models, and strategies to support a career-spanning learning continuum for the U.S. Army Fires Center of Excellence at Fort Sill (USAFCOEFS) Field Artillery and Air Defense Artillery Soldiers and leaders. The Webmaster will develop a digital dashboard to be accessible by Common Access Card (CAC) and user-friendly incorporating the latest best practices for use, information retrieval and information archival. The Webmaster will convert training products from analog to digital products that can be deployed via a web, interactive platform which enables the development, deployment and management of said products. The Webmaster will develop a common front-end template in Blackboard for use by both the Air Defense Artillery and Fires Artillery School to deploy courseware.
Qualification Requirements:
Minimum of a Bachelors degree.
Experience in SharePoint administration and SharePoint designer.
Experience in managing SharePoint permissions.
Experience developing and maintaining workflows.
Experience in managing SharePoint sites, lists, web parts, and templates.
Experience in Hyper Text Markup Language.
Experience in Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
Experience in Java Script.
Experience in utilizing Adobe Development software i.e. Dreamweaver, Flash, Photoshop.
Experience with Blackboard a plus.
Be familiar with the Fires Center of Excellence (FCoE) organizations and structure.
Possess and maintain a Secret Clearance.
Work Location: Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma
Salary: Negotiable

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