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UX Designer-Lead-CIO Org
Ref No.: 18-08450
Location: Hillsboro, Oregon
Bachelor's degree in HCI/Interaction design or related field or equivalent experience - Preferred 10+ years of experience - Demonstrated ability to lead UX design for solutions that span many platform (ie desktop and mobile)

Requirements:
Work with our engineering, design, and documentation teams to establish and implement web accessibility standards for the organization as a whole as well as for individual projects.
Work with product, feature, and initiative teams as an embedded and dedicated resource during all phases of an individual project.
Audit existing and new products for accessibility compliance.
Refine and deliver educational resources evangelizing accessibility, including training presentations and a knowledge base articles for product creators.
Develop and implement patterns and tools to ensure our products comply with established standards, including automatic testing, manual testing, and internal review guidelines, for both existing and new products.

Ideal Accessibility Specialist candidates will have:
4+ years working and 1+ year of consulting in the field of web accessibility.
Expert understanding of the current accessibility environment:
Expert familiarity with legislative and industry-based standards such as W3C/WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, WAI-ARIA, and ADA Section 508 guidelines.
Passion about current challenges in web accessibility.
Active participation in professional web accessibility circles, with experience organizing discussions, groups, and initiatives.

Extensive technical experience:
Proficiency with modern front-end web development (including HTML, CSS, and JavaScript).
Provide code samples and suggestions in JavaScript and HTML/CSS
Knowledge of web architecture (including asynchronous interactions, JavaScript middleware, and application development).
Experience with assistive technology such as JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, and Window Eyes, as well as accessibility features in Windows and Mac.
Familiarity with commercial web accessibility evaluation and reporting tools.
Understanding of user experiences (including complex online tasks and mobile- and device-centric interaction).
Track record of successfully applying accessible design principles to the web development process.

Excellent communication skills:
Ability to serve as the web accessibility spokesperson internally, for partners, and for the public.
Capacity to effectively disseminate and implement organization-wide accessibility standards once the standards are established.
Dexterity to lead and facilitate both detail-focused training sessions and strategic executive-level discussions.