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Web Accessibility developer in Louisville, KY at Vaco

Date Posted: 4/13/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Major Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop websites and Internet applications using web development technologies such as HTML5/CSS3, Perl, JavaScript, WAI-ARIA Markup and Semantic HTML.
  • Perform coding and programming tasks, such as design or development of Web front-end, back-end Web-based applications, and Web/Internet services.
  • Coding and integration of text, graphics, sound, and/or video. Career-Level position within field.
  • Must have a firm grasp of responsive design implementation for all web to ensure content can be accessed on mobile devices with accessibility tools enabled.
  • Pompletes complex tasks mission-critical to the organization.
  • Works under minimal supervision with wide latitude for independent judgment
  • Understand users' needs and how they affect software development
  • Make recommendations for acquiring or implementing collaboration and accessibility solutions
  • Participate in working groups to discuss accessibility issues and solutions
  • Develop user stories and subsequent wire-frames for all newly designed web initiatives.
  • Define web accessibility test scenarios and test conditions
  • Develop detailed web accessibility test plans
  • Manage testing process to ensure tests are traceable to the documented requirements
  • Align test plan, design and execution with the IT UAT methodology, standards, policies, and procedures
  • Set-up and configure test tools and assistive devices for testing providing a consistent environment across testing platforms

Education, Training, and Experience Requirements

  • 5+years accessibility testing experience.
  • Experience in SDLC/STLC processes and Waterfall, Agile, Iterative methodologies
  • Experience in QA/Software testing (manual, functional, UAT): 2- 5 years
  • Experience in testing on multiple platforms and devices:, iOS, Windows and Android mobile devices
  • Experience working with Accessibility Tools for major browsers - Firefox, IE, Chrome and Safari
  • Expert level using OS and screenreading keystrokes as well as alternative touch gestures
  • Experience in test execution and defect management- execute test scenarios and scripts, track and document defects; provide test results for review and develop test reports
  • Expertise in using ALM QC, JIRA or other recording tools
  • Understanding of accessibility related standards and laws, including Section 255 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, WCAG 2.0 and Communications and Video Accessibility Act
  • Experience/Expertise with JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, Talkback, ChromeVox, Zoomtext, FireEyes, WAT is required
  • Typically requires six to nine years of relevant experience or equivalent combination of experience and education.
  • Experience with Accessibility within desktop and mobile environments to be considered.
  • Interested in a highly motivated candidate with skills in front end development specializing in Accessibility best practices that conform to the refreshed Section 508 Standards of 2017.
  • This individual will work independently and on a team to conduct accessibility/usability evaluations, remediate accessibility issues, and apply universal design concepts to provide interfaces that work for all.
  • It is expected that this individual will serve as a beacon to shape interdepartmental best practices, developing and socializing accessibility best practices throughout the organization.
  • Will have expert level knowledge on WCAG 2.0 AA automated test tools and will have demonstrable experience complimenting automated testing with functional, guided manual tests to verify accessibility of all content with Section 508 standards.
  • Expertise with universal design concepts, WCAG, and accessibility testing and development tools