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GRAPHIC, WEB DESIGNER - MICHIGAN SEA GRANT




Graphic Designer/Web Design Specialist
Michigan Sea Grant

JOB DUTIES:
Design, develop, update and maintain Michigan Sea Grant (MSG) websites.
Create a standard look and template for current site and future
expansions. Search out and make links to appropriate Internet sites.
Assure continuity of organization as Michigan Sea Grant's website is
updated and expanded.

Create on-line searchable publications lists and an on-line ordering
system. Update and maintain as necessary.

Lead a staff team to determine the goals, audiences, and outcomes for the
website.  Assist MSG staff in development of various pages within the site
from both a MAC and PC platforms, providing both design assistance and
technical assistance.

Create illustrations and graphics for both print and electronic
publications. Produce electronic image maps from photographs, graphics and
other artwork and place on MSG websites.

Assist MSG staff in creating and placing illustrations and graphics into
the Michigan Sea Grant newsletter and other publications and provide
detailed printing specifications.

Expand and maintain slide files and Exotic Species Graphics Library.
Prepare slides for installation on Sea Grant web sites.

Maintain MSG Macintosh computer graphics workstation. Perform basic
software and hardware maintenance, and advise staff on Macintosh software
and hardware updates and maintenance.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor's degree in graphic design with at least one year of website
design and development experience in a mixed platform (Mac/PC)
environment; or equivalent knowledge and experience. AT least one year
experience in publications design and layout, including 4 color prepress
preparation. Detailed knowledge of HTML, computer design techniques and
software, Internet publishing techniques, and electronic communication
techniques such as e-mail, file transfer protocol, and world wide web.
Demonstrated ability to design, develop and maintain a world wide web site
and serve both MAC and IBM/Windows platforms from the web. Demonstrated
ability with various graphics software including Photoshop, PageMaker, and
Freehand.  Good interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to plan
and manage projects and work in a team environment.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Knowledge of the Great Lakes and Great Lakes issues. Environmental
communication background. Demonstrated experience with database software
and developing on-line searchable databases.

Send resume and 2 short samples of work, inlcuding print and web based
design by March 27, 1998 to:

Peggy Britt
Assistant Director/Communications Coordinator
Michigan Sea Grant
2200 Bonisteel Blvd.
Ann Arbor, MI 481109




Julie Graddy
Coordinator, ACE Headquarters
Agricultural Communicators in Education
P.O. Box 35
Evinston, FL  32633-0035
ace@gnv.ifas.ufl.edu
voice: 352/392-9588
fax: 352/392-8583
http://www.aceweb.org