Web Development Support (PAO): Primary place of performance is building 4, Fort Benning, GA. Shall assist the Government in creating a MCoE website—a collection of online content including documents and applications that reside on the Fort Benning Web server/servers, text, images, sounds, video and interactive content.
Deliver web content to the end-user using a web browser or other web-enabled software. Create graphic products for online use.
Update all information on public (external) MCoE web sites based on updated information provided by the Government. Ensure all public (external) Web content is compatible across multiple browser platforms. Ensure all Web sites comply with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. 794d), as amended by the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (P.L. 105-220), and World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Assist the Government in ensuring that all information complies with OPSEC rules and TRADOC and DA web policies.
Provide support to subordinate web masters to ensure unit/directorate sites are current and in compliance with all policies and regulations. Provide technical support to subordinate web masters across the installation with respect to design, maintenance and troubleshooting.
Integrate the Fort Benning Public Affairs Office Web site and keep it operating as designed through regular content reviews, updates and patches as mandated by NETCOM, FB NEC, and federal regulations/guidelines. Provide technical support to the Knowledge Management (KM) team in the mission of redesigning internal web sites such as SharePoint and the KM Portal. Troubleshoot software and equipment issues. Support social media efforts, to include Facebook, Vimeo and Smug Mug. Use FBML to customize the Fort Benning Facebook page. Convert videos for kiosk and web viewing. Support special events by designing special events web sites, programming interactive touch screen kiosks, preparing kiosks for end users and providing on-site technical support. Monitor the Web mailbox and route e-mail to the appropriate recipient for action.
Experience using Adobe software suite and web design software applications such as Dreamweaver, Flash, Illustrator, Photoshop, Fireworks, InDesign and Microsoft Office.
Experience in programming using Java scripting/Applet, ASP, XML, CSSs, HTML, SQL, VB Scripting, .net, and ActionScript3.
Ability to provide a wide variety of graphic-branding solutions including web banners, print ads, business cards, flyers, brochures, and logos.
Ability to provide graphic illustrations and manage multiple, complex web design projects in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to use video conversion software, such as Adobe Premiere and Final Cut, to convert video files among the various file formats to include, H.264, FLV, F4V, WMV, MP3, MP4 and AVI for the purpose of web streaming or display on interactive kiosks.
Ability to take initiative to review web content and report any necessary changes or updates to the COR for action or assignment. Ability to respond to web site customers, including subordinate units/directorates, on routine changes and updates.
Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education, with 2 years of professional experience; or 1 year of professional experience with a related Masters degree. Note: Candidate must have a minimum of 10 years of directly related experience if they do not have a BS degree in a business or technically related discipline.