University Web Developers

University Web Developers

Berklee College of Music: Now Hiring Web Professionals!

As we look to expand and improve our web presence, we'll be adding some new folks to our team, responsible for handling web development for our external website as well as our intranet and Learning Management System (Moodle). If you're in the Boston area, or looking to work in the Boston area, take a peak at the following positions. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions with regards to job descriptions, requirements, or about the college in general (atmosphere, mission, colleagues, benefits, etc).


As a bonus, here's a video I snagged from our YouTube page that was made a few years back. I thought it was important to include in this because these folks are the reason we are here; their passion and dedication to their craft is what helps fuel the artistic, energetic, and extremely unique atmosphere Berklee offers. I should also mention that a good portion of our staff members have either attended Berklee, or are musicians or visual artists themselves, so if you've got any creativity in your blood, there will surely be an outlet here for you to use all of your talents, not just your knack for the web. Hope to hear from you! 

Learning Systems Specialist (Enterprise Systems)

Under the supervision of the Associate Director for ERP Development, the Web and LMS Administrator is responsible for configuring, maintaining, securing and administrating Berklee’s Learning Management System and related web properties. The Web and LMS Administrator will work primarily with a Moodle-based LMS, as well as with a diverse integrated environment of best-of-breed open source technology, including Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP, etc.


Manager, Web Systems Integration (Enterprise Systems)

Under the direction of the Campus VIBE Project Manager, the Web Software Analyst/Developer is responsible for reviewing, analyzing and occasionally modifying systems including encoding, testing, debugging and installing to support Berklee College of Music’s online course delivery system, learning management system, and its integration with the college’s technology platforms.  Seeks to leverage and integrate existing platforms and software assets whenever possible.  Also works closely with the technical and content teams to design and build compelling web software that is robust and scalable in order to support rapid growth in the field of online education. Along with the rest of the team, improves and optimizes existing technology to pave the way for the future.


Web Software Developer (Communications)

The Web Software Developer plans, conducts and coordinates the design and implementation of web software to meet existing and anticipated user requirements on; performs analysis of software specifications and translates specifications into programming code, troubleshoots existing code, debugs programs, prepares software tests, and produces program documentation; plans and conducts studies of potential web software applications and prepares documentation to reflect system objectives and the resources required to develop systems that meet Berklee needs. As an experienced member of the Communications web development team, the Web Software Developer adds technical expertise, industry knowledge, and informed opinion to team discussions. 


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