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Cranfield University, Defence College of Management & Technology, Information Services Department is seeking a Web Projects Officer (Fixed Term - 1 year/Ref: R/IS82)
Salary: £23,575 to £32,938 per annum
Closing date: 01 July 2005
Qualifications: The right candidate will be educated to degree level in an appropriate discipline and will contribute to overall Web Strategy and interrelation with complimentary web systems and application throughout the University and the Defence Academy.
An opportunity has arisen for a position working in Information Services Department and in the Open Source Community on services and products being developed in the Zope/Content Management Systems area. The role will involve project management and development, carrying forward and delivering the campus website and intranet to users within and beyond the College clientele. The skills required include experience of CMS, Zope, Python, Plone, HTML, Webmaster, project management, IA, problem solving, communication and team skills.
Full details and an on-line application form can be found at http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/admin/personnel/getdetails.cfm?ID=788
About Cranfield University
Cranfield University is one of Western Europe's largest academic centres for strategic and applied research, development and design. The Shrivenham Campus of the University is based at the Defence College of Management & Technology, in the Vale of the White Horse, and the College is a constituent part of the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom. Cranfield University at Shrivenham delivers a wide range of courses in science, engineering and management related to the defence sector to both military and civilian students.
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