The National Park Service is looking for a Supervisory Visual Information Specialist to serve in a permanent position located in Washington, DC.
This position is located in the Cultural Resources Directorate, Office of Science, Technology, and Training, Media Outreach Program. The primary purpose of the position is to manage a program that develops, maintains, and implements mission-related media for print and web applications for the entire directorate, and other units in the National Park Service. The team is made up of IT Specialists (Web) and Visual Resource Specialists. who are located in both Natchitoches, LA, and Washington,DC.
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Open to the public: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/555097000
Veterans, Federal Employees, and other categories may additionally apply via: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/555096700
The major duties of the Supervisory Visual Information Specialist include, but are not limited to the following:
- Performing unique graphic design and publication duties by independently conceiving and producing graphic materials and themes for the communication of desired information for complex and high profile and sensitive projects related to the development, organization, and production of various Cultural Resources Directorate products.
- Coordinating the design and development of websites, interactive features, mobile applications, and new media products.
- Managing the lifecycle of media projects from concept development through implementation and operations/maintenance.
- Designing, developing, maintaining, and updating software and database applications using various common programming languages (e.g. ColdFusion, ASP .net, Share-Point, Java Script, PHP ,HTML, CSS) to meet user needs and specifications.
- Developing proposals and recommendations for developing, acquiring, and modifying software and database applications for the web.
- Coordinating with stakeholders throughout the Cultural Resources Directorate to determine how the Web and Print Media program can best meet their needs.
- Analyzing information requirements to develop recommendations for databases, reporting systems, or other information systems to store, manage, and deliver cultural resources information to a wide variety of internal and external customers.
Occasional travel – You may be expected to travel for this position.