The Associate Drupal Developer maintains and enhances Columbia College's portfolio of websites. The Developer is responsible for site building, site administration, module development and site maintenance.The incumbent works closely with the Director to build new websites and enhance existing sites maintained by CCIT.This position works with the Director to plan and execute new websites and web publishing tools to fulfill the needs of the College. Responsibilities A. Maintains the Colleges portfolio of Drupal-based sites. Monitor, maintain, and improve website stability, performance, and security.Create, modify, test, and maintain custom Drupal modules.Work with Columbia College staff to manage website configurations, troubleshoot issues, and provide new features.Create and maintain technical and user documentation for websites.
B. Develops new Drupal-based sites or new features for existing websites: Works with internal clients to understand their business models and goals to help define strategy, content and features for their websites and/or applications.Identify existing (contributed) code or develop custom code to implement strategy, content, and features.Manages several converging projects with different timeframes and deliverables C. Other duties as assigned. Associated topics: .net, application, c c++, develop, developer, perl, php, sde, sdet, software development engineer
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