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
- 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.