A JOTW “Can’t Wait” listing from the Page Group

A JOTW “Can’t Wait” listing from the Page Group:


Web Developer/Designer for Government Agency

Resumes & work samples must be received by 10am Monday, Sept. 12, 2010

Accomplished web developer/designer wanted to be part of a communications team supporting the science & technology arm of a government agency. Responsibilities include design, communications, presentations, animation, and video streaming integration for multiple outreach initiatives.

This is a full-time job with a two to five-year contract. Awardee will report to the director of communications. Located in the Washington DC metro area. Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in web communications (or another discipline related to the primary responsibilities) and five to ten years of experience in web design and development, including a minimum of two years working for the Federal government or military.

Must have strong conceptual and design skills, extensive experience in strategic marketing communications—including multi-channel Internet marketing strategies, and a portfolio of work displaying successful user-centered web design and development solutions.


—Advanced knowledge of digital imaging and illustration with Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks).

—Strong knowledge and demonstrated expertise of the following:






MySQL/Microsoft SQL

Flash / Flex development and online video

Cross-browser and cross-platform issues (IE, Firefox, Safari, etc.)

Experience with web database solutions will be considered a definite asset.

—Excellent spoken and written English

—Must have proven ability to work as part of a group

—Quick and focused individual

—Strong critical thinking skills

Some travel may be required.

Minimum of SECRET clearance with NATO access required. Applicants not already having SECRET clearance will not be considered.

Send resumes and minimum of 10 work samples (links and pdf’s) to solutions@pagegroup.com

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