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TLMC Information Specialist

Hours/week: 10-20
Starting wage: $10.35/hour
Reports to: TLMC Media Technologies Consultant and the TLMC Manager
Last updated: 11/2/2015

NOTE: This position could qualify as a graduate assistantship. To be hired as a graduate assistant, the following criteria must be met: 1) the student is a graduate student being paid by a stipend; 2) the student must work 10 or 20 hours/week; 3) the student’s academic department must approve the work as eligible for a tuition waiver and grant the tuition waiver. 

The Information Specialist will design, develop, and/or maintain the TLMC Web site and provide learning services for walk-in customers in the TLMC lab (IACC 150C). The specialist will teach TLMC workshops on topics related to Web development and other topics, as assigned. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Assist with design, development, and/or maintenance of the TLMC Web site
    • Conduct technology workshops, marketed to the general student population and/or faculty and staff, on University-standard topics, mainly those related to Web development
    • Develop, review, and edit teaching and learning materials for workshops
    • Provide NDSU students with one-on-one and small group assistance with technology-related course work and class projects on a walk-in or by-appointment basis 
    • Assist NDSU students, staff, and faculty with projects related to Web development
    • Assist with developing, reviewing, and editing online and lab documentation on University-standard technology topics
    • Continually work to enhance their own computer skills by attending ITS training sessions, flight attending for TLMC workshops, and perusing learning materials available in the TLMC lab and online
    • Attend regularly-scheduled meetings and training as scheduled by supervisor and as required by the STS program
    • Continually encourage responsible use of NDSU computers
    • Enforce Student Technology Services work practices
    • Adhere to NDSU Human Resources policies
    • Maintain a high level of professional competency
    • Deal with sensitive situations and information in a confidential manner
    • Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications for Employment:

    • Good oral and written communication skills
    • Good customer service and interpersonal skills
    • Committed to life-long learning

    • Strong background in Web authoring and Web development languages and software packages, including: 

      • HTML
      •  CSS
      • Dreamweaver

Preferred Qualifications for Employment:

    • Experience with TYPO3 content management system or another content management system
    • Teaching, tutoring, and/or training experience
    • Proficiency in Adobe and Microsoft software products
    • Experience in writing documentation

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Last Updated: Tuesday, November 03, 2015 10:20:29 AM
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