Boston-based university seeking a UI designer who will design and implement elegant interfaces, develop and design standards for interface design, develop concepts for visual design solutions to include recommended layout, colors, and styles. They will also prototype desktop, tablet, and phone interfaces, and implement concepts into working solutions.
Manages and coordinates all phases of the interface design process to deliver applications and services within the University's web services environment.
Designs, recommends and prepares the front-end of web sites and applications to include
creative design and visual content in accordance with presentation image and ITS architecture
Uses appropriate tools for web design, content development, and programming to meet client
Major elements of this role include user interface/experience design, client consulting and
project management, interface development and quality assurance and accessibility.
Additional required skills:
Experience with accessibility and Section 508 compliance.
Ability to collaborate with designers to optimize user experience.
University in Boston seeking part time (10-20 hours a week) Sigma ProSAM Functional Consultant/Advisor/Trainer for the duration of 1 year.
To provide expert advice on best practices for use of ProSam software on part-time basis.
Very experienced member of a Financial Aid office at large university
Expert user of Sigma ProSAM, ideally part of an implementation team and as a member of the Financial Aid office
Strong knowledge of best practice financial aid processes, especially as relate to ProSAM
Experience previously streamlining processes within the Financial Aid office
Strong knowledge and experience in current federal and state financial aid policies and procedures
Able to solve difficult functional problems with the software - having experience in multiple approaches
Able to provide advice and train members of other university financial aid departments on best use of ProSAM .
Experience as liaison between Financial Aid office and IT department
This is a unique position at a Boston university that focuses on the person and the solution while representing ITS.
The purpose of TC position is to leverage technical knowledge with exemplary communication and interpersonal skills to assist customers in their daily interaction with technology. This position is responsible for providing local technical support, technical consulting, and technical communications in a designated work unit, while maintaining positive relationships with faculty and staff.
As a member of the 24 Technology Consultants team, this position also supports colleagues who support the other departments at the university. The Technology Consultant also assists with implementing and maintaining University hardware, software, and networking standards; collaborates with other ITS colleagues regarding issues requiring more specialized technical skills; monitors the completion of problems including the escalation to specific IT areas; works with the trouble ticketing database to ensure the highest level of customer service for members of the work unit; assesses the technology needs of the work unit and makes recommendations to address the developmental needs of the group; supervises the students assigned to provide technology support to the area; creates and maintains documentation as necessary; and provides consultation on technology purchase decisions as needed. This position assists with security incident reporting or investigation when required.
The Technology Consultants are also responsible for establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships with departmental representatives to ensure that a high level of technology support and service is delivered. Requirements * Must have proven competencies to work in a team environment that aspires to service excellence with strong individual organizational, planning and communication skills.
Occasional weekend and evening work is required in the event of system failures or for special projects.
Superior customer service skills and experience; excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to work effectively and respectfully with a diverse group of users with varying degrees of experience; ability to work well independently and as a member of a team.
Strong technical and analytical skills, and the ability to quickly learn new technologies.
Fluent knowledge of and substantial trouble-shooting experience with Microsoft Operating Systems (Windows 7 , 8.1, 10), Macintosh OS X, and Windows Server 2008/2012. Expertise with MS Server OU and Active Directory management, security and maintenance tools, plus the ability to write, manage and deploy GPOs to manage workstations is a must.
Fluency with a wide range of software including Microsoft Office suite, browser software, and HTML editing software. Experience with database applications (FileMaker Pro, Oracle, MySQL and MS Access) is a plus.
Experience with workstation imaging software such as Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, Altiris, and DeployStudio for Apple.
Experience with web page design, development, and maintenance.
Education and Experience:
Associate level requires: Bachelor's degree plus 1 year of technical support exp
Staff level requires: Bachelor's degree plus 3 years of technical support exp
Senior level requires: Bachelor's degree plus 5 years of technical support exp