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Posted: Wednesday, January 31, 2018 5:20 PM

Web Programmer
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Job ID :
1341
Company :
State of Arkansas
Location :
little rock, AR
Type :
Contract
Duration :
6 Months
Rate :
Open
Status :
Active
Openings :
1
Posted :
5 years ago
Job Seekers, Please Call: (202) ###-#### Ext: 127
Short Description:
ADEQ has a need for a webmaster who will help design,
maintain, and manage the agency's web site This is a hands-on web programming
position.
Complete Description:
candidates.
On-site. This is a three month assignment. There is a possibility this will lead to
full-time employment.
Qualified candidates will require working experience with
Microsoft Expression Web, HTML, ASP.NET, JavaScript, SQL queries, and Microsoft
Access.
Working with a supervisor and the senior webmaster, this
person will analyze user needs for ADEQ s web site; design, code, implement,
and maintain the web site; assist with maintaining the Agency s IIS web server;
and respond to internal and external requests for assistance with the web site.
This is a hands-on, web programming position which will
require knowledge of Microsoft Expression Web, HTML, ASP.NET, JavaScript, SQL
queries, and Microsoft Access. In
addition, knowledge of ASP classic, Visual Basic.NET, Microsoft SQL Server, and
Microsoft IIS 7 are useful though not required.
The ADEQ web site (www.adeq.state.ar.us) is a
well-visited site designed to provide access to environmental information. During the fiscal year just completed June
30, 2012, we logged over 7.9 million page views, and provided access to
approximately 50 databases and over 300,000 PDF documents.
Skills:
Microsoft Expressions Web
Required 1 Years
HTML
Required 3 Years
ASP.NET
Required 3 Years
JavaScript
Required 1 Years
SQL Queries
Required 2 Years
Microsoft Access
Required 1 Years
Questions:
Question 1
Give examples of large websites you have developed or
supported.
Question 2
What tools have you used to develop websites and why?
Question 3
How comfortable are you with writing HTML entirely by
hand?
Associated topics: angular, asp, css, d3js, front end, json, html, reactjs, web application, web designer

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