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Communications Specialist-Electronic Marketing, Missouri University of Science and Technology

Update, Sept. 26, 2008: Would you believe that this position is still open? Interviewed two halfway qualified candidates by phone on Wednesday, Sept. 24. We were not impressed. Is anyone interested? Anyone at all? Hello? Bueller? Bueller!?

The Missouri S&T communications department (that's where I work) is looking for a communications specialist in electronic marketing. Here's some info from our HR website, where you can apply if you're interested (and qualified).

Communications specialist, electronic marketing
Missouri University of Science and Technology


The Communications Department at Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) has an opening for a communications specialist, electronic marketing. This position will develop and create multimedia presentations in various formats and venues; enhance and develop Missouri S&T's electronic media presence.

Duties will include planning, developing, and executing multimedia concepts from start to finish, often under tight deadlines; meeting with team and clients to establish project parameters, audience, goals, and priorities; identifying video and multimedia opportunities to support Missouri S&T's digital marketing communications efforts and participating in design decisions concerning Missouri S&T's website; proactively improve the architecture and navigation of the Missouri S&T's website to meet the needs of key end audiences; leveraging Web Content Management System (CMS) and making recommendations for improving web development work flow; and other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

A bachelor's degree in a related field (or education and experience from which comparable knowledge can be obtained) and a minimum of five years experience is web design and development, including digital multimedia presentations. A thorough knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, XML, XSL, XHTML, XSLT, Flash, Action Script, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator, and experience with enterprise level content management systems is also required. Relevant multimedia and web development experience is required.

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Just wanted folks to know that we've re-opened this position. Having a hard time finding qualified applicants who want to come to Rolla, Missouri. It's really not a bad place to live, especially if you love the outdoors, fly fishing, canoeing/kayaking on spring-fed streams, hiking, camping, etc. We also have wineries nearby and a Wal-Mart Super Center.
Don't tempt me, Andrew.
It never hurts to submit a resume. *wink wink, nudge nudge*
I second this, bring the high and mighty Brad to MO. Besides, if you live in Rolla - makes attending #heweb08 an afterthought.
I love the outdoors. and Super Wal-Mart. :-) I'm being serious. I think Missouri is beautiful! I hope you all find a qualified person that can appreciate the beauty of MO.
I hope so, too.
Folks, this position is still open. We're having absolutely no luck attracting qualified candidates. I'm starting to take it personally. What's wrong with me?
Andrew -

Don't take it personally. I think this is a trend and something that scares me . When I was hiring in the past, I would get typically get 80-100 resumes and around 25 qualified candidates. During my last search this spring, I only got 10 resumes. That search was suspended and now my campus is in a hiring freeze. When I am finally allowed to fill my vacant positions, I am concerned about finding qualified candidates.
At least I know I'm not alone. You're right -- it is scary.

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