The National Air and Space Museum (NASM) maintains the largest collection of aviation and space artifacts in the world. The Museum reaches a national and international audience through its website, social media, and third-party platforms. Serves as a senior web developer (full stack) and technical lead responsible for strategic application development, systems integration, and platform management across the Museum's digital initiatives.
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- Leads the technical design, implementation and maintenance of the Museum’s websites, web-based platforms, and digital initiatives.
- Serves as the Museum's primary expert on technical matters concerning web, mobile, semantic web, and other software applications. Researches existing and emerging technologies to determine and directly implement appropriate methods of content delivery and presentation. Advises on applications and systems. Writes technical documentation and specifications.
- Ensure ongoing maintenance and compliance with organizational directives and system and software changes as they arise. Troubleshoot and resolve technical issues, perform regular upgrades or enhancements to improve efficiency and performance.
- Configures and optimizes the museum’s digital environment, system architecture and integrations. Develops connections between digital content management system (CMS), Smithsonian enterprise information systems, linked data, application programming interfaces (APIs), and other shared systems, web services, and data sources.
13 - This position is at the Full-Performance Level (FPL).
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