Technical Coordinator and Web Administrator - Campus Suicide Prevention Center (Part-Time)
Company: James Madison University
Posted on: January 23, 2023
Technical Coordinator and Web Administrator - Campus Suicide
Prevention Center (Part-Time)
State Role Title
Information Technology Specialist II
Non-Exempt: Eligible for Overtime
College of Health and Behavioral Studies
540823 - Suicide Prevention- DBHDS
Specify Range or Amount
$35.00 per hour
Is this a JMU Only position?
Is this a grant-funded position?
Yes. This is a grant funded position and is contingent upon
Is this a Conflict of Interest designated position?
Position Summary Information
The Campus Suicide Prevention Resource Center seeks a part-time
Technical Coordinator and Web Administrator to work an average of
12-16 hours per week. A primarily remote work schedule is feasible
for this position, with travel to JMU campus and throughout
Virginia required for relevant meetings and events.
The Campus Suicide Prevention Resource Center's mission is to
reduce risk for suicide across Virginia's higher education settings
by providing campuses with training, consultation and prevention
resources. The Center serves 66 institutions (16 public, 27 private
and 23 community colleges/universities). The Center is situated as
one of over a dozen community engaged programs and services housed
within IIHHS, which is a part of JMU's College of Health and
IIHHS is an anti-racist and anti-discrimination organization which
is against all forms of violence and is committed to identifying
and dismantling systems of oppression, racist and discriminatory
policies, practices, and processes to build healthier and safer
communities where all individuals can thrive. IIHHS is interested
in candidates whose experience and qualifications support an
ongoing commitment to this core quality.
Duties and Responsibilities
This position works closely with the Director and Center staff
- Develop and maintain Center websites.
- Track website data using Google Analytics, Tags, and Search
- Run bi-monthly ECHO educational meetings for our statewide
intercampus network via Zoom.
- Edit video of educational meetings for sharing with
- Assist with tracking program participation and earning of
continuing education credits.
- Provide administrative support in processing payments and
paperwork for speakers and participants in our educational
- Create and maintain training registration forms
- Collect and compile statistical and qualitative data to support
program goals, share in presentations, and demonstrate needs and
outcomes to funders.
- Maintain contact lists.
- Communicate with stakeholders via email.
- Provide guidance and recommendations on communications
- Contribute to the planning of events throughout the
- Support web-based instructional opportunities (e.g.,
asynchronous online training modules).
- Previous professional experience providing technical
- Quick learner, highly motivated, organized, strong time
management skills, creative, and innovative in approaching
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Strong interpersonal skills: flexibility, patience, ethical
reasoning, emotional intelligence, and ability to adjust work style
to match changing and/or conflicting priorities
- Strong collaborator but also effective and comfortable working
- Experience developing websites and presentations
- Familiarity with Zoom for teleconferencing and
- Experience with collecting and managing data
- Experience with the following (or comparable) programs: Google
Suite (Sheets, Docs, Forms); Google Analytics, Tags, and Search
Console; Adobe Dreamweaver; Adobe Creative Suite; Windows Video
Editor or Adobe Premier Pro; HTML; CSS; W-3CSS; Java; MySQL; Office
365 (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher); QuestionPro or Qualtrics
(or other survey management program); YouTube
- Experience in health education, public health, counseling,
psychology (applied field), social work, higher education, or
- Experience in instructional design or web-based
- Bachelor's degree
Condition(s) of Employment
This is a part-time wage position working an average of 12-16 hours
per week throughout the course of a calendar year, and is not
eligible for benefits.
Employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a
criminal background check.
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to complete an I-9 form and present documentation of their identity
and eligibility to work in the United States. James Madison
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