Federal Reserve Board Sr. Web Designer/Developer Job in Washington, DC | Glassdoor

Sr. Web Designer/Developer

Federal Reserve Board – Washington, DC

Job Description

Senior Web Designer/Developer performs diversified duties in the creation and maintenance of web content and applications for the Board's internal and public communications. Is recognized as an expert in designing, developing, and implementing websites for Board staff and consultants.Coordinates teams responsible for internal website development and maintenance including related applications, search functionality, design, and coding. Conducts research and development to identify new trends and technologies in web design and development; recommends and implements new processes and technologies as appropriate.

This position requires an expert knowledge of web design and development; and principles, concepts, and methodology of graphic computer systems typically acquired by completion of a bachelor's degree in graphic design, computer science, or equivalent experience. Requires at least five years of specialized experience in the field of web design and development, including thorough knowledge of and expertise with HTML/XHTML, CSS, and Adobe Creative Suite; layout principles and aesthetic design concepts, webpage design, information architecture, and interface design. Is skilled in leading projects and assignments that support web design and publishing. Also requires ability to understand information in fields unrelated to web design and development to accurately categorize content and develop information architecture. Has mastered at least one major programming language or suite of related computer graphic or multimedia tools.

Requires strong communication skills; the ability to make clear and concise oral and written presentations to all levels of staff and to a variety of audiences. Demonstrated supervisory or leadership experience and the ability to handle multiple tasks, competing priorities, and challenging situations professionally.As part of the interview process, candidates will be required to show a portfolio of their work and complete a written and editorial exercise.