The Web Developer/Marketer draws from a passion for creating and designing great web experiences from the ground up and translating needs and visions into solid designs that support the Law School in every way—including the admissions and recruitment processes, events and information for the internal community (faculty, staff, students), and public outreach programming (in particular, Lubar Center events and distinguished lectures). The work will involve designing, coding, and maintaining the Law School's many webpages, from layout to function, according to the University and Law School's specifications and otherwise with discretion, creativity, and art. The effort is to create visually appealing sites that are clearly navigable and feature attractive and user-friendly design. Robust webpages are a necessity in today's competitive education market.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1.Work in a project environment—applying strategies, business requirements, research findings, best design practices, and information to create robust website designs that lead to exceptional customer experiences for the Law School's various audiences, such as potential students, current students, faculty, staff, the legal professional community, and broader community in the region. 2.Drive and collaborate on template-driven websites and database design. 3.Work with web analytics software to determine content, search engine optimization, and navigation. 4.Create and implement marketing driven programs such as e-mail campaigns. 5.Play active role in other department functions and projects, such as serving as backup when other staff are out. 6.Translate daily tech language/speak into
Internal Number: 10765
About Marquette University
Marquette University is a Catholic, Jesuit university located near the heart of downtown Milwaukee, WI, that offers a comprehensive range of majors in 11 nationally and internationally recognized colleges and schools. A Marquette education offers students a virtually unlimited number of paths and destinations and prepares them for the world by asking them to think critically about it.