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Manager of Academic Web Resources


Deadline:
Mon Nov 19, 2007 15:53

Manager of Academic Web resources / Web development

Primary responsibility is strategizing and implementing re-invigoration of the web site of a small graduate research institute that needs to expand its web presence and take advantage of new opportunities and technologies. We are looking for someone familiar enough with the changing horizon of the technically possible, the specific needs of an academic institution and possessing the technical ability to implement changes. These will likely fall short of a complete re-design, but could include local re-design of Academic Programs pages. Regular responsibilities will include supervision of web pages, including maintenance of material and responsibility for insuring updates. The Manager of Academic Web resources will report to the Chair of Academic Programs and to the Dean for Academic Administration, but will interact on a regular basis with faculty and assist faculty with their web efforts. Secondary responsibility will be to maintain, support and troubleshoot classroom technology (digital projectors, slide projectors, etc.) independently and with others.
The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, and be experienced in working with an academic faculty. Editorial skills, and supervised oversight of the department’s annual academic catalogue are also a part of the portfolio for this position. The Manager will also help in developing digital communications for recruitment/ admissions.

Please email salary requirements, resume and a cover letter, by December 14, 2007 to: mawrsearch@bgc.bard.edu


JOB

Manager of Academic Web Resources


Deadline:
Mon Nov 19, 2007 15:39

Assistant Director of Facilities - Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts

Reporting to the Director of Facilities, this hands-on position will be a part of the next expansion of our unique academic/exhibition facilities. In addition to direct facilities maintenance, the position will have staff supervisory responsibilities, and work with outside vendors and contractors to ensure successful completion of projects.
Successful candidate will be an honest, hardworking, organized and a reliable self-starter. 3-5 years previous experience in school/museum setting preferred, computer literacy in Microsoft Office, a plus. Bard Graduate Center is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from individuals who contribute to its diversity. Position is full-time, with additional evening and weekend hours as required. Applicants for this full-time, salaried position should forward cover letter with salary requirements and resume to: adfsearch@bgc.bard.edu or fax to: 212-501-3079. AA/EOE