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Web Administrator

Description of Role

The Web Administrator is responsible for the University College’s Web Services and Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment (MOODLE) Administration. He/she will perform a variety of complex professional and technical duties related to maintaining the web environment by identifying system requirements; installing upgrades and monitoring system performance.

In addition, he / she will assist with The Mico Online courses and maintenance of the University’s Online MOODLE platform.


  • A BSc degree in Computer Science or related field plus five (5) years of computer experience developing websites and software OR any equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Training and experience in Graphic Designing and /or Multimedia Design
  • Knowledge of how to create programmes and applications for the World Wide Web
  • Knowledge of client side and server side scripting
  • Knowledge of Learning Management Systems and Online Courses.
  • Must be able to use (MOODLE)
  • A thorough knowledge of Open Authentication (LDAP) systems. Must be able to research and resolve associated problems.
  • A complete knowledge of Content Management Systems
  • Working knowledge of Server and PC Operating systems
  • Must have knowledge of HTML, JavaScript and CSS programming.
  • Working knowledge of Project Management and System Analysis
  • Working knowledge of Interactive Systems and Customer Service
  • Working knowledge of PC Application software including word processing, spreadsheets, some administration in database management and development tools. Must be able to install, configure and administer these systems
  • Excellent communications and consultative skills.
  • Appreciation of the importance of good relationships with customers.
  • Evidence of ability to deal sensitively with concerns/complaints raised by users.
  • Ability to analyse problems and solve them with efficient results.
  • Ability to train users on the MOODLE platform as well as specific application, utilization and configuration.
  • Ability to interface with technical and engineering personnel in order to discuss technical issues pertaining to problems, design or technical specifications
  • Ability to model programmes and systems to the needs of users for desired results, understands and follows oral and written instructions and explains technical material in layman’s terms.

Interested applicants should send their cover letters and resume to:

The Director, Human Resource Department,
1A Marescaux Road,
Kingston 5


via email to

Kindly indicate in the subject line, the title of the position for which you are applying in your email to us.
Only short listed candidates will be contacted.