Right brain. Left brain. Both sides get a workout when you’re part of the Geonetric design team. On the creative side, you’ll create original visually engaging websites that strategically support our clients’ goals and audience needs. On the technical end, you’ll build Web templates that use the latest technologies, adhere to best practices, and meet usability and accessibility standards.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
While you might get to work on just about anything at Geonetric, you’ll primarily:
- Ensure compliance with Web standards and accessibility requirements
- Test sites for cross-browser and multi-device capability
- Utilize responsive design and UX design principles
- Be proficient in the capabilities of our VitalSite software
- Create smart, inspired design concepts for some of the nation’s best hospital brands
- Consult with clients on iterative website design
- Design for usability and download speed
- Collaborate closely with other members of Geonetric to interpret client needs and develop solutions
- Maintain knowledge of design trends
Education and Experience
- Associates degree in design, marketing, Web development or related field required
- Two years of experience in interactive design and Web development required; five years of experience preferred
- Solid online portfolio of design creative and development required
- Semantic HTML required
- CSS required
- Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator required
- Extensive knowledge of Web standards and accessibility preferred
Other Skills and Abilities
In addition to being an amazing Web Designer & Developer, you’ll need to fit into our unique culture and be:
- Self-organized. There are no managers at Geonetric. You’ll be a part of a self-organizing team, with no one “supervising” you. You should naturally get a lot of high quality work done to completion without outside pressure.
- A doer. You need to be capable of identifying and resolving obstacles, using strong reasoning skills and creative thinking to get things done. You need to have a strong attention to detail, a drive for quality, and a willingness to see things through to completion.
- Flexible. You need to be able to work in an environment in which there is substantial ambiguity; things change rapidly and often, and you need to adapt to new ways of thinking.
- Self-aware. You need to be able to see yourself and your own behaviors from the perspective of others – and understand how your behaviors affect those of your peers on your self-organizing team.
- Driven to improve. You need to have a strong desire to be better tomorrow than you are today. You are constantly seeking ways to improve your own work. You’re passionate about your discipline.
- A solid communicator. You need to be able to take input from many sources, think through that information, and present concise, clear recommendations to technical and non-technical people.
Occasionally may require overnight travel to client meetings.