Employment opportunity: Project assistant/webmaster

CALS Research Division is seeking a graduate student to develop and manage their website. This individual will work independently while taking direction from the Research Division’s Information Processing Consultant.

The Research Division website uses Dreamweaver CS3, javascript and PHP/mySQL. Experience with HTML and CSS is required. Experience in programming is desirable. Knowledge and use of PHP/mySQL is desirable, as learning these packages will be required. Qualified applicants will have a good eye for design and experience with Photoshop or another graphics program. Qualified applicants will possess excellent communication skills.

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