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Job Title Job Type College Campus Min. Education
DOR Student Web Development Position


Digital On-Ramps (DOR) is a new collaborative initiative involving Drexel, the Mayor's Office, employer groups, the School District, and the City's major youth and adult literacy and workforce development agencies. This position will support the project team, interface with the DOR Steering Committee, and assist in creating and improving processes and procedures essential to the project's success. The position involves significant exposure to senior leaders in business, government, and public and private agencies. Learn more at


This position will assist the Sr. Web Architect with day to day web development for the Digital On-Ramps website.  The work will include but will not be limited to:

·         updating website content

·         installing/configuring Drupal modules

·         updating/modifying the DOR Career Pathway tool

·         updating Drupal modules and software in development and production environments​

Qualifications: • knowledge of basic web design using HTML and CSS • experience in programming with JavaScript (JQuery) and PHP • experience in working with the Drupal CMS • experience with using Git to update projects • experience working in the Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) environment To apply, please email Amy Wen at with your updated resume by January 30, 2015.

Department: University & Community Partnerships - Digital On-Ramps project

Number of Positions: 1


Contact Information:
Amy Wen

Part-Time Administrative University City No Particular Level