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RQ03893 Web Specialist

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    Our Client in The Ontario Public Sector is looking for a Website specialist with excellent background with the (detailed) skills listed below:
    SCOPE
    •Website and webpage development technical skills, including graphics design of web components to transform an online public facing website and internal intranet site.
    •By working with key stakeholders, technical staff and as part of the project team, implement a new user centric WordPress public website to serve the needs of the citizens of Ontario and an internally accessible intranet to meet the needs of judiciary and business users.
    •Develops, updates, analyzes, and edits content and functionality for websites; develops content strategies
    •Review and ensure websites are standards compliant for the Government of Ontario.
    •Document best practices for ongoing maintenance of the Ontario Court of Justice websites
    •Translates UX/UI designer delivered specifications/ parameters/ wireframes into functional website components.

    Deliverables
    •Develop website components, and custom web templates per UX/UI design specifications
    •Create website graphics and navigational components
    •Research and integrate web plugins to meet design specifications
    •Implement websites on a WordPress content management system in both production and staging environments
    •Create custom code in PHP, JavaScript, HTML, CSS to meet design requirements
    •Ensure accessibility and usability requirements are met for all web content
    •Create web content that is accessible from multiple device/screen types such as: PC, Macintosh, mobile phones, tablets
    •Migrate existing web content to the newly developed platforms
    •Create custom website maintenance documentation for internal IT teams
    •Create custom web style guides for consistent content update processes
    •Create website maintenance processes documentation
    •Train IT staff and/or business users as required for ongoing website maintenance tasks

    A note on Assignment Type:
    This position is currently listed as "Onsite"; however, the consultant will be remote due to COVID-19 related Work from Home (WFH) direction. Once the I&IT cluster staff are required to return to the office, the resource under this request will be required to work onsite
    Skills
    Experience and Skill Set Requirements:

    Mandatory Requirement:
    •At least 8 years of experience

    Skills and Experiences:
    •Experience in analysis, development, design, testing and implementation of websites
    •Experience in accessibility testing and knowledge of accessibility principles and internationally recognized guidelines (WCAG 2.1 Level AA (or above) standards)
    •Experience with content creation and driving content strategy
    •Awareness of emerging trends and directions in web and their application within the Government framework
    •Knowledge and understanding of Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA) and related regulations and standards
    • Experience in standard web programming environments such as: HTML5, CSS3, XML, JavaScript, JavaScript Web frameworks (NodeJS, React, Vue, Angular), ASP, .NET, PHP, Ruby, Java.
    •Experience with Open Source software initiatives such as: Linux, WordPress, WordPress Plugins, Drupal, Lucene-based search engines (Solr, Elasticsearch), Git, Apache
    •Familiarity with LAMP software stack and common variations
    • Experience in migrating sites among various technology platforms
    • Experience in Windows Server platforms, Internet Information Services (IIS) and related web hosting software(s), and configurations
    •Knowledge and use of interactive design principles and using industry tools such as Sketch, InVision, Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Zeplin and OmniGraffle
    •Knowledge of best practices for responsive web design
    oUser Experience Designer Skills
    Experience in interface design, implementation, and testing
    Experience designing, creating websites for multiple languages and audiences
    Proficiency with recognized methodologies for usability testing
    Ensure all-around consistency (style, fonts, images, and tone)
    oInformation Architect Skills
    Proficiency in constructing/implementing information architecture for sites
    Experience in developing metadata templates for sites
    Creating content using a variety of methods including blogs, presentations, animations, web graphics, videos and social media content
    Inventory of sites and content mapping to new templates
    Application Architect Skills
    Knowledge and experience with current web technologies and open source and cloud architectures, such as open source content management solutions (e.g. WordPress, various Search engines and web development frameworks and APIs), including design criteria, security and recovery procedures, code management and deployment practices, as well as experience in the development/ preparation of technical specifications for installation, testing frameworks, and performance of integrated, multi- service systems.
    Experience applying industry web and security standards and best practices
    Knowledge of PHP, Java, JavaScript, Angular, Node, MySQL, MongoDB, Drupal, Twig, and Elasticsearch
    Assess performance and capacity of existing systems and make architectural recommendations for improving performance; and to develop/prepare technical documentation and architectural artefacts.
    Desirable Skills:
    o Knowledge of business planning and websites within the OPS
    o Ability to work with multiple stakeholders
    o Knowledge of the Government of Ontario web standards, governance, and legislative framework
    o Experience in converting variable source document formats into accessible content
    o Experience to edit content
    o Strong communication skills to participate in team discussions, make solution recommendations and document/explain work, and provide training to technical/business users
    o Ability to work in a multidisciplinary team environment, to sell your ideas to colleagues, both technical and non-technical
    Demonstrated the ability to get buy-in from a team to implement new and improved ways of doing things
    Criteria 1: Technical Skills

    •Hands on experience with standard web programming environments such as: HTML5, CSS3, XML, JavaScript, JavaScript Web frameworks (NodeJS, React, Vue, Angular), ASP, .NET, PHP, Ruby, Java.
    •Experience with Open Source software initiatives such as: Linux, WordPress, WordPress Plugins, Drupal, Lucene-based search engines (Solr, Elasticsearch), Git, Apache
    •Experience in Windows Server platforms, Internet Information Services (IIS) and related web hosting software(s), and configurations
    •Knowledge and use of interactive design principles and using industry tools such as Sketch, InVision, Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Zeplin and OmniGraffle

    Criteria 2: Functional Knowledge
    •Experience in interface design, implementation, and testing
    •Experience designing, creating websites for multiple languages and audiences
    •Proficiency in constructing/implementing information architecture for sites
    •Creating content using a variety of methods including blogs, presentations, animations, web graphics, videos and social media content
    •Experience applying industry web and security standards and best practices


    Criteria 3: Systems Analysis
    •Experience in accessibility testing and knowledge of accessibility principles and internationally recognized guidelines (WCAG 2.1 Level AA (or above) standards)
    •Knowledge and understanding of Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA) and related regulations and standards
    •Knowledge of business planning and websites within the Public Sector
    •Strong communication skills to participate in team discussions, make solution recommendations and document/explain work, and provide training to technical/business users

    Knowledge Transfer
    •Knowledge to be Transferred: (at the end of the contract to Project Manager / Team members )
    •Research data, plans & designs including architecture sitemaps, protypes, wireframes, usability, templates, graphics, style guides, website build book(s)/specifications, maintenance/process documentation
    •Details of Transfer:(how transfer will occur) 1:1 meetings / team meetings / documentation on SharePoint site, throughout the duration of the project life cycle etc



    Advantages
    The Ontario Court of Justice is looking to redesign its public facing website and internal facing intranet. The current websites are difficult to use, and this project will create a new user centric web experience

    Responsibilities
    •By working with key stakeholders, technical staff and as part of the project team, implement a new user centric WordPress public website to serve the needs of the citizens of Ontario and an internally accessible intranet to meet the needs of judiciary and business users.
    •Develops, updates, analyzes, and edits content and functionality for websites; develops content strategies
    •Review and ensure websites are standards compliant for the Government of Ontario.
    •Document best practices for ongoing maintenance of the Ontario Court of Justice websites
    •Translates UX/UI designer delivered specifications/ parameters/ wireframes into functional website components.


    Qualifications
    8 years of experience in

    HTML5, CSS3, XML, JavaScript, JavaScript Web frameworks

    WordPress, WordPress Plugins

    Windows Server platforms Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA)

    Business planning and websites within the Public Sector

    Summary

    8 years of experience in:

    1.HTML5, CSS3, XML, JavaScript, JavaScript Web frameworks

    2.WordPress, WordPress Plugins

    3.Windows Server platforms Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA)

    4.Business planning and websites within the Public Sector



    Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.

    Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.
    Our Client in The Ontario Public Sector is looking for a Website specialist with excellent background with the (detailed) skills listed below:
    SCOPE
    •Website and webpage development technical skills, including graphics design of web components to transform an online public facing website and internal intranet site.
    •By working with key stakeholders, technical staff and as part of the project team, implement a new user centric WordPress public website to serve the needs of the citizens of Ontario and an internally accessible intranet to meet the needs of judiciary and business users.
    •Develops, updates, analyzes, and edits content and functionality for websites; develops content strategies
    •Review and ensure websites are standards compliant for the Government of Ontario.
    •Document best practices for ongoing maintenance of the Ontario Court of Justice websites
    •Translates UX/UI designer delivered specifications/ parameters/ wireframes into functional website components.

    Deliverables
    •Develop website components, and custom web templates per UX/UI design specifications
    •Create website graphics and navigational components
    •Research and integrate web plugins to meet design specifications
    •Implement websites on a WordPress content management system in both production and staging environments
    •Create custom code in PHP, JavaScript, HTML, CSS to meet design requirements
    •Ensure accessibility and usability requirements are met for all web content
    •Create web content that is accessible from multiple device/screen types such as: PC, Macintosh, mobile phones, tablets
    •Migrate existing web content to the newly developed platforms
    •Create custom website maintenance documentation for internal IT teams
    •Create custom web style guides for consistent content update processes
    •Create website maintenance processes documentation
    •Train IT staff and/or business users as required for ongoing website maintenance tasks

    A note on Assignment Type:
    This position is currently listed as "Onsite"; however, the consultant will be remote due to COVID-19 related Work from Home (WFH) direction. Once the I&IT cluster staff are required to return to the office, the resource under this request will be required to work onsite
    Skills
    Experience and Skill Set Requirements:

    Mandatory Requirement:
    •At least 8 years of experience

    Skills and Experiences:
    •Experience in analysis, development, design, testing and implementation of websites
    •Experience in accessibility testing and knowledge of accessibility principles and internationally recognized guidelines (WCAG 2.1 Level AA (or above) standards)
    •Experience with content creation and driving content strategy
    •Awareness of emerging trends and directions in web and their application within the Government framework
    •Knowledge and understanding of Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA) and related regulations and standards
    • Experience in standard web programming environments such as: HTML5, CSS3, XML, JavaScript, JavaScript Web frameworks (NodeJS, React, Vue, Angular), ASP, .NET, PHP, Ruby, Java.
    •Experience with Open Source software initiatives such as: Linux, WordPress, WordPress Plugins, Drupal, Lucene-based search engines (Solr, Elasticsearch), Git, Apache
    •Familiarity with LAMP software stack and common variations
    • Experience in migrating sites among various technology platforms
    • Experience in Windows Server platforms, Internet Information Services (IIS) and related web hosting software(s), and configurations
    •Knowledge and use of interactive design principles and using industry tools such as Sketch, InVision, Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Zeplin and OmniGraffle
    •Knowledge of best practices for responsive web design
    oUser Experience Designer Skills
    Experience in interface design, implementation, and testing
    Experience designing, creating websites for multiple languages and audiences
    Proficiency with recognized methodologies for usability testing
    Ensure all-around consistency (style, fonts, images, and tone)
    oInformation Architect Skills
    Proficiency in constructing/implementing information architecture for sites
    Experience in developing metadata templates for sites
    Creating content using a variety of methods including blogs, presentations, animations, web graphics, videos and social media content
    Inventory of sites and content mapping to new templates
    Application Architect Skills
    Knowledge and experience with current web technologies and open source and cloud architectures, such as open source content management solutions (e.g. WordPress, various Search engines and web development frameworks and APIs), including design criteria, security and recovery procedures, code management and deployment practices, as well as experience in the development/ preparation of technical specifications for installation, testing frameworks, and performance of integrated, multi- service systems.
    Experience applying industry web and security standards and best practices
    Knowledge of PHP, Java, JavaScript, Angular, Node, MySQL, MongoDB, Drupal, Twig, and Elasticsearch
    Assess performance and capacity of existing systems and make architectural recommendations for improving performance; and to develop/prepare technical documentation and architectural artefacts.
    Desirable Skills:
    o Knowledge of business planning and websites within the OPS
    o Ability to work with multiple stakeholders
    o Knowledge of the Government of Ontario web standards, governance, and legislative framework
    o Experience in converting variable source document formats into accessible content
    o Experience to edit content
    o Strong communication skills to participate in team discussions, make solution recommendations and document/explain work, and provide training to technical/business users
    o Ability to work in a multidisciplinary team environment, to sell your ideas to colleagues, both technical and non-technical
    Demonstrated the ability to get buy-in from a team to implement new and improved ways of doing things
    Criteria 1: Technical Skills

    •Hands on experience with standard web programming environments such as: HTML5, CSS3, XML, JavaScript, JavaScript Web frameworks (NodeJS, React, Vue, Angular), ASP, .NET, PHP, Ruby, Java.
    •Experience with Open Source software initiatives such as: Linux, WordPress, WordPress Plugins, Drupal, Lucene-based search engines (Solr, Elasticsearch), Git, Apache
    •Experience in Windows Server platforms, Internet Information Services (IIS) and related web hosting software(s), and configurations
    •Knowledge and use of interactive design principles and using industry tools such as Sketch, InVision, Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Zeplin and OmniGraffle

    Criteria 2: Functional Knowledge
    •Experience in interface design, implementation, and testing
    •Experience designing, creating websites for multiple languages and audiences
    •Proficiency in constructing/implementing information architecture for sites
    •Creating content using a variety of methods including blogs, presentations, animations, web graphics, videos and social media content
    •Experience applying industry web and security standards and best practices


    Criteria 3: Systems Analysis
    •Experience in accessibility testing and knowledge of accessibility principles and internationally recognized guidelines (WCAG 2.1 Level AA (or above) standards)
    •Knowledge and understanding of Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA) and related regulations and standards
    •Knowledge of business planning and websites within the Public Sector
    •Strong communication skills to participate in team discussions, make solution recommendations and document/explain work, and provide training to technical/business users

    Knowledge Transfer
    •Knowledge to be Transferred: (at the end of the contract to Project Manager / Team members )
    •Research data, plans & designs including architecture sitemaps, protypes, wireframes, usability, templates, graphics, style guides, website build book(s)/specifications, maintenance/process documentation
    •Details of Transfer:(how transfer will occur) 1:1 meetings / team meetings / documentation on SharePoint site, throughout the duration of the project life cycle etc



    Advantages
    The Ontario Court of Justice is looking to redesign its public facing website and internal facing intranet. The current websites are difficult to use, and this project will create a new user centric web experience

    Responsibilities
    •By working with key stakeholders, technical staff and as part of the project team, implement a new user centric WordPress public website to serve the needs of the citizens of Ontario and an internally accessible intranet to meet the needs of judiciary and business users.
    •Develops, updates, analyzes, and edits content and functionality for websites; develops content strategies
    •Review and ensure websites are standards compliant for the Government of Ontario.
    •Document best practices for ongoing maintenance of the Ontario Court of Justice websites
    •Translates UX/UI designer delivered specifications/ parameters/ wireframes into functional website components.


    Qualifications
    8 years of experience in

    HTML5, CSS3, XML, JavaScript, JavaScript Web frameworks

    WordPress, WordPress Plugins

    Windows Server platforms Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA)

    Business planning and websites within the Public Sector

    Summary

    8 years of experience in:

    1.HTML5, CSS3, XML, JavaScript, JavaScript Web frameworks

    2.WordPress, WordPress Plugins

    3.Windows Server platforms Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA)

    4.Business planning and websites within the Public Sector



    Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.

    Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.