The Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) works closely with defense and government organizations, industry, and academia to continually improve software-intensive systems. Our core purpose is to help organizations such as yours to improve their software engineering capabilities and to develop or acquire the right software, defect free, within budget and on time, every time.
To accomplish this, the SEI
- performs research to explore promising solutions to software engineering problems
- identifies and codifies technological and methodological solutions
- tests and refines the solutions through pilot programs that help industry and government solve their problems
- widely disseminates proven solutions through training, licensing, and publication of best practices
- The ColdFusion Web Developer is a flexible, detail-oriented Web professional who will support the SEIs web initiatives.
- The SEI leverages a database-driven content management system as the primary vehicle for delivering web content;
- the ColdFusion Web Developer must be able to support existing functionality in addition to creating new websites and functionality.
- Bachelors degree in computer science, information science, design or related field, or equivalent combination of training and experience.
- Three or more years of demonstrated experience developing web sites using Adobe ColdFusion 7 or 8;
- proficient in SQL, HTML and CSS;
- experience working with content management systems and template development desired;
- ability to multi-task on a variety of technical projects with a variety of technical staff a must.
- This person is an experienced ColdFusion Web developer who can work both independently and as part of a web team.
- An innovator, he or she is interested in learning new technologies and applying that knowledge to websites for the communication of technical information.
- Experience with information design, user testing, and e-commerce would be helpful.
- Possess a good working knowledge of Web standards and CSS, to include but not limited to, web design without the use of HTML tables and solving page rendering issues related to browser differences.