Web Developer | Southwest Florida Water Management District

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Employment type: 
Full time
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The Southwest Florida Water Management District, a leader in protecting Florida's water resources, is seeking an experienced, detailed-oriented Web Developer to maintain and enhance the organization's internal and external web sites. The Web Developer works closely with the Webmaster and must possess excellent communications skills. Work is performed independently and as part of a team effort.


  • Maintain and enhances the organization's internal and external web sites.
  • Manage online video performance.
  • Refine the existing content management system database performance.
  • Develop new capabilities/processes on the Drupal-based intranet.
  • Establish a working prototype of the new Drupal-based external site.
  • Work as a liaison between the Communications section and the Information Technology department.
  • Work with other technical staff to diagnose and troubleshoot web/server/security issues.



  • Bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology or a related multimedia field
  • Four years of work experience as a web developer including content management
  • Eight years of directly related work experience is accepted in lieu of a degree
  • Valid driver's license


  • At least three professional references
  • Project portfolio
  • Proven experience with the following:
    • Drupal 7 site configuration, optimization and maintenance
    • Ubuntu/Apache server configuration, optimization and maintenance
    • MySQL
    • jQuery javascript libraries and coding
    • Integrating LDAP access controls within an intranet environment
    • Responsive web design techniques
    • Python/Django scripting
    • Integrating Web Services using SOAP and REST protocols
    • ASP.net, HTML5 and CSS

Additional Information:

Assigned to work in the Brooksville, FL office, work is primarily completed in an office environment. This position requires ability to perform continuous repetitive tasks (to include keyboarding) with one or both hands. Occasionally required to drive automotive vehicle for 2 hours or more at a time. Employee may be subject to call-in outside of regularly scheduled work hours, or required to be on call, including on nights, weekends or holidays, to respond to emergency management activities or other incidents requiring rapid response in support of District operations.

For more informataion and to apply, visit WaterMatters.org.