Accessibility Specialist Job Opening at TWC in Austin, TX

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Dan Kinnunen

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Sep 7, 2016, 2:05:17 PM9/7/16
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We have one accessibility specialist job open at TWC. Attached is the job vacancy announcement. Here is a link to the posting in WorkInTexas: Accessibility Specialist. If you are an accessibility specialist or a web coding professional with an interest in digital accessibility, please take a look. Pass this on to your friends and professional networks!

 

Accessibility Specialist Job Opening at TWC

 

The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) is seeking qualified applicants to fill a vacant accessibility specialist position in Austin, Texas.

Do you know what WCAG 2.0 and Section 508 are? If you do, you might have what it takes to join the TWC Accessibility Team. Our team works to make sure our agency’s digital content can be used by people with a wide range of abilities – for example, people who are blind or have low vision, people who are deaf or hard of hearing, and people who have mobility issues that prevent them from using a computer mouse effectively. We work with content such as websites, web applications, forms, Office and PDF documents, eLearning content, and most any other electronic content or device that has a user interface.

 

Texas Workforce Commission helps Texans develop the skills become productively employed. If you are an accessibility specialist, this is a great place to work and make a difference in people’s lives.

 

Some benefits of working with us include competitive salary, insurance benefits, paid leave, and industry-leading training on best practices to further develop your career and web accessibility skills.

 

To apply for this jobs, go to the job posting on WorkInTexas.Com: Accessibility Specialist. The vacancy closing date is 9/20/16, so apply today!

We actually help make people’s lives better. Come join us!

 

Seth Hart

Accessibility Coordinator

Texas Workforce Commission

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