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Job Responsibilities : Web Design Analyst Sr

Salary : $75,001 – $100,000 a year

Company : SAIC

Location : Remote US

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Developing, coordinating, and administering program briefings including key support for the Command briefing and Quarterly Program Review (QPR)
  • Building and maintaining email distribution lists in Microsoft Outlook.
  • Providing Webmaster services for AMIS and creating and updating RF-ITV, TC- AIMS II, and AMIS GWAC IDIQ contracts documents in the AMIS website. https://usarmyamis.army.mil/
  • Providing PEO EIS with text and pictures for the annual Year In-Review catalog and for the Defense Systems catalog.
  • Maintaining AMIS’ Facebook and Twitter sites daily and corresponding with AMIS user community when creating and distributing a quarterly production calendar.
  • Providing graphic arts design, web development, and web site administration and maintenance of the AMIS website content and layout. https://usarmyamis.army.mil/
  • Coordinating with the Army Homepage Team when necessary to address information management tasks, such as migrations of web pages to new servers, changes to website URL, etc. Examples of daily web updates are the Products’ web pages, POC information, Ordering Procedures and Pricing Guides.


Required Education and Experience:

  • Bachelors and five (5) years or more experience; Masters and three (3) years or more experience; Four (4) additional years of related experience will be considered in lieu of a Bachelor’s degree.
  • Broad knowledge of DoD missions and functions, supported systems and applications.
  • Proficient in using Web languages (HTML, CSS, JavaScript), Adobe Creative Suite, and MS Office Suite.
  • Experience in doing product art design, branding, webpage development, and web site administration support and maintenance. Capable to proof-read program office documents, coordinate and prepare awards and certificates for presentations.

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