Job ID :
672
Company :
Virginia Information Technology Agency
Location :
richmond, VA
Type :
Contract
Duration :
6 Months
Status :
Active
Openings :
1
Posted :
6 years ago
Job Seekers, Please send resumes to resumes@hireitpeople.com or Call: (202) 719-0200 Ext: 127

 

Short Description:

The resource selected for this position will be able to apply for full-time employment by the client at the end of the engagement. candidates must be US citizens or green cardholders.

 

Complete Description:

The State Board of Elections is a highly visible, high profile Website which will see a lot of traffic with the upcoming 2012 elections.

 

SBE is looking for a Web designer with content management experience.  Ideal skills include content taxonomy, graphic design, Javascript, CSS and some server side programming skills (C#, Java, or PHP).  An eye for quality design and the ability to work independently are a must.

 

Nice to have skills would include experience with Umbraco CMS and C#.NET.  The primary goal will be the standing up of a new website for SBE based on the Umbraco CMS platform and the Commonwealth's website standards in time for the 2012 election season.

 

The position will be short-term with SBE planning to fill a vacant FTE version of the position sometime mid-summer (likely mid-August).  The candidate for this position would be eligible to apply for the FTE position.

 

Skills:

Skills

Required/Desired

Amount Of Experience

HTML

Required

5 Years

CSS

 

5 Years

Server-Side Scripting with .Net, JAVA or PHP

Highly Desired

2 Years

Website Design/Layout

Required

5 Years

Working Knowledge of Umbraco or other Content Management System

Required

2 Years

Experience developing a website taxonomy.

Required

5 Years

 

Questions:

Question 1

Does the candidate live within 50 miles of Richmond?

Question 2

If not, where does the candidate reside?

Question 3

Please provide a URL(s) for websites on which the candidate has worked.

Question 4

The resource selected for this position will be considered for full-time employment by the client at the end of the engagement. Have you discussed this possibility with your candidate?

Question 5

Do you accept the client's right to hire your candidate at the end of this engagement?

Question 6

Because this position has a potential for a full-time right to hire, candidates must be US citizens or green cardholders. Is your candidate a US citizen or a green card holder?