A resume and cover letter must be submitted along with your application.
The Office of Management and Enterprise Services is seeking a Microsoft Office Document specialist. This is a temporary, position without benefits, and is limited to a maximum of 999 hours in a twelve month period.
The individual in this position will be trained to assist agency staff in ensuring electronic content (web pages, documents, video and audio files) meets the State of Oklahoma IT Accessibility Standards through the use of manual remediation techniques and the use of software to troubleshoot and correct accessibility issues, especially those in Microsoft Office documents. Additionally, this person will assist agency business units in creating templates that result in compliant electronic content, including content created using Microsoft Office products.
High School diploma; and some college-level courses in English, journalism, communications, technical writing or a related field; or certification in web development, web design or related field, or 6 months professional level experience in a web-related field, or 2 years of experience working in processes that involve use of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Preference may be given to candidates that are familiar with remediation tools, such as Adobe Acrobat Professional, Adobe Captivate, CommonLook PDF, CommonLook Office, DocSoft and or have experience with content creation applications, including FrontPage; web content management systems (such as Drupal, GoGov!, SharePoint), Adobe Acrobat Professional and the Microsoft Office suite.
Salary commensurate with education and Experience.
OMES is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities may be provided upon request.†