Webmaster

Job description
Work with art director and illustrators to create web content
Consult alongside associates to realize concepts from management
Take content from varying sources and formats and incorporate them into web pages.
Coordinate publishing of complex content and updates
Monitor health of web servers
Review and troubleshoot website issues
Desired Skills and Experience
PHP
MySQL and databases
JavaScript, AJAX, HTML, CSS
Adobe Creative Suite
Experience with social media integration (Facebook, Twitter)
A good eye for design
A Team Player
Contact: Christine Wzorek
Email: christine.wzorek@studiesweekly.comk
Please submit your cover letter and resume with contact information to ben@studiesweekly.com. Pay is DOE.
Give a kid a choice between a textbook and a colorful, kid-friendly magazine and it won't take him long to choose. Put the two together and you've got a winning combination-educational material that makes learning fun! CEO, Ed Rickers is at the helm of a company that does just that.
Studies Weekly began in 1984 when 4th grade teacher Paul Thompson found no state history textbook to use in his class. He decided to write a state history "textbook" in a weekly magazine format, and Studies Weekly was born.
Mr. Thompson was clearly onto something with this creative solution. Ed Rickers, his son-in-law, later joined the company in 1997.
With his background in business, and a heart-felt desire to succeed in bringing a better education to America's youth, Mr. Rickers was in a unique position to make a difference in the way educational materials were perceived. He saw an opportunity to build an innovative company and began hiring former teachers, editors, illustrators, graphic designers and web programmers as the company began to grow. He and his team's hard work dedication to education is the foundation from which Studies Weekly's current success grew.
Today Studies Weekly publications are used in all 50 states and provide the advantages Mr. Thompson originally delivered the following: less preparation for teachers and more fun for students. The ultimate benefits are more time and greater learning.

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