The Department of Undergraduate Medical Education in the Cumming School of Medicine is currently seeking a Full-time Temporary Relief Designer & Front End Web Developer for approximately 9 months.
This position will report to the Manager, eLearning of the Undergraduate Medical Education Office (UME) and provide design and UX services to the eLearning team with mock ups and visualizations for new projects as well as following through on the front end development to a variety of projects.
Summary of Key Responsibilities (job functions include but are not limited to) :
Front End Development
Leads the front end development process for a number data driven web applications
Instantiating local test environments, implementing changes, committing to repositories
Respond to student, faculty and staff evaluations of applications with iterative changes
Manages own time effectively and ensures Manager, eLearning is kept informed of activities, and progress of work
Meets weekly with the eLearning team
Works effectively on project teams across developers, staff and faculty
Establishes and implements a professional design standard across UME eLearning applications
Leads the process generating prototypes for applications and user experience in collaboration with course leadership and the management team
Creates and maintains themes for various wordpress instances
Core (Physical Exam Videos)
Black Book (Schemes for learning Clinical Presentations)
Mistreatment (Paths and tools for potential mistreatment scenarios)
Calgary Guide (Linking pathology to Clinical Presentations)
Limited amount of operational support to users across staff, faculty and students required
Demonstrated strong communication, team and customer service
Qualifications / Requirements :
Application Deadline : August 26, 2019
We would like to thank all applicants in advance for submitting their resumes. Please note, only those candidates chosen to continue on through the selection process will be contacted.
This position is part of the AUPE bargaining unit, and falls under the Technical Job Family, Phase II .