web development positions (graphic designer and programmer)
Kim.Ashley at bcbsnc.com
Fri Apr 28 08:02:16 EDT 2000
My company, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of NC, is hiring for two web development positions - graphic designer and web programmer.
See job description at http://www.bcbsnc.com/html/WS248.htm.
This position will focus design for Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina's intraweb and Internet initiatives. Candidate will work day to day with people throughout the organization on developing and producing web page/site designs and standards to meet internal and external communication objectives. This individual will also serve as a liaison in training and assisting content publishers throughout the company in day-to-day design development and maintenance.
BFA degree in graphic design or equivalent. Two years professional experience in a corporate; agency; or studio design environment. Proficiency in electronic design utilizing both Macintosh and PC environments, HTML, MS FrontPage, Adobe Photo Shop, and Adobe Illustrator. Proficiency in Macromedia Dreamweaver, Flash, and Director are strongly desired. Applicants will be required to present a portfolio of work in order to be considered for this position. Health care environment experience is preferred. Candidate must be able to work independently in a cross-functional team environment.
See job description at http://www.bcbsnc.com/html/WS925.htm
The Web Programmer will be a resource within the IT2 WD department to create web-based corporate applications using a variety of programming languages. The Web Programmer is also expected to have a high level of familiarity with web page design and authoring, and should have a good understanding of HTML code. The Web Programmer should be familiar with the UNIX operating system, and will be required to administer the BCBSNC internal web server. The Web Programmer will be additional responsibilities of training others in Level 1 (Beginning) and Level 2 (Intermediate) programming. Additionally, the Web Programmer must research and be familiar with emerging web-based programming design, and authoring technology.
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