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The Office of Distance Learning (ODL) offers a collegial, innovative work culture that’s passionate about excellence, quality, and collaboration. We're seeking service-oriented and talented individuals to join our team as we support FSU students, faculty, and staff.

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Application Developer

The Office of Distance Learning (ODL) is seeking an application developer excited for the opportunity to develop, document, maintain, and modify applications to support ODL's mission, with an emphasis on front-end development. Applicants will work with developers and project managers to determine requirements, create development tasks and schedules, and design user interfaces. Qualified applicants should have a working knowledge and/or experience with UI design and responsive web design. Additional preferred qualifications include knowledge and/or proficiency in HTML5 and CSS3 and proficiency in client-side scripting and JS framework.

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Test Proctors

The Office of Distance Learning (ODL) is seeking customer-service-oriented test proctors to join our team as we support quality online instruction at Florida State University. As a test proctor, you’ll be part of creating a welcoming, customer experience for our testing clients. Primary responsibilities include admitting testers in and out of our testing facility, proctoring exams, and helping to staff our reception desk during certain days of the week.

NOTE: To be considered for this position, applicants must be 21 years of age or older and not currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in any college or university.

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