Web Developer: Develops, integrates and implements applications components including front-end development, server-side development and database integration. Plays a direct role in programming, maintenance, technical support, documentation and administration of web-centric applications. Researches, tracks and understands new web technologies to provide technical leadership in developing service applications and analyzing business requirements as they pertain to intranet and external Internet-related systems. Typically members of the IT function, this role is focused on the system - and not the content - of company network technologies used for internal and external client applications such as with Internet-, intranet-, or extranet-based applications. Uses tools and programming languages, including but not limited to C#, C++, Java, XML, HTML, CGI, ASP, multimedia applications, database interactions and data modeling tools to accomplish assigned projects. Builds applications using Internet Development tools for one or more platforms and applications. Provides written design documents, test plans and test results. Establishes and communicates standards to manage cost and ensure continuity of applications. May work with outside vendors in developing tests to ensure feature functionality. Survey Tip: Employees whose responsibilities are focused on content or application of specific information presentation approaches should be matched to Web Site Administrator (6511-6514) or Web Technologist (6521-6526). May be internal or external, client-focused, working in conjunction with Professional Services and outsourcing functions. May include company-wide, web-enabled and mobile solutions.