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Re: Job opening: Accessibility Project Analyst at U.S.Bank in Minneapolis


From: Andrews, David B (DEED)
Date: Sep 29, 2017 1:15PM

I don't know what happened to it -- it is in the message that went out, and is in my sent-mail folder, will try again.


Would you please circulate the attached and immediate need for a contractor to work on web accessibility at U.S. Bank?

Thank you!


Corbb O'Connor
Accessibility | Omnichannel Business Readiness
p. 612-973-2871 | c. 703-309-4884 | <EMAIL REMOVED>

U.S. Bank
U.S. Bank Plaza
200 S. 6th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402 | EP-MN-L10M | www.usbank.com

Business Readiness Accessibility Project Analyst (Contract)

Omnichannel brings all of U.S. Bank to our customers by creating solutions that empower people to achieve their financial dreams. We create and deliver unified customer experiences across channels and business lines. The teams develop functionality for our dot-com portal, telephone banking system, and consumer banking digital products (such as our mobile apps, mobile web site, and online banking platform).

A Business Readiness Accessibility Project Analyst will use assistive technology to ensure that prospects and customers with disabilities experience the same level of service and functionality as those without disabilities. The ideal candidate will apply existing guidelines, laws, regulations, and best practices to projects that exceed customer expectations and solve for business needs.

This person will be a key stakeholder during the design and development process, including: creating and validating accessibility user stories, evaluating prototypes, performing business line acceptance testing, as well as creating materials to educate project analysts as well as other partners within the project lifecycle.

This resource will leverage subject matter experts across the Omnichannel team to validate that we are staying within our long term product roadmaps and meeting regulatory requirements. In addition, this resource will partner with others to be sure customer communications and other business readiness activities are appropriately being planned for accessibility.

Daily Functions
- Serve as a digital accessibility expert for the evaluation and remediation of defects and issues
- Review code and output using manual and automated techniques to ensure accessibility compliance.
- Track and take ownership of accessibility defects
- Recommend specific solutions to deliver inclusive and engaging accessible experiences to our customers.
- Develop guidelines for architects, designers and developers to aid in compliance with Level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0
- Educate other contractors and employees on the use of assistive technology from the user's perspective

Basic Qualifications
- Bachelor's or Master's degree, or equivalent work experience
- 5 or more years using assistive technology on a regular basis
- Expert user of JAWS, NVDA, iOS VoiceOver, Mac VoiceOver, and/or Android Talkback
- 5-10 years working with people with varying disabilities
- 3-5 years working with developers
- Strong knowledge of the implementation of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0

- Understand design principles, guidelines, and relevant policies, including web accessibility standards.
- Knowledge of semantic HTML and CSS
- Experience in the appropriate use of ARIA markup
- Knowledge of JavaScript is a plus
- Strong organizational, communication and analytical skills
- Fearless networker who can work up, down and across the organization to cultivate partnerships
- Thorough knowledge of project management
- Knowledge of product management principles a plus
- Ability to identify and resolve exceptions and to analyze data
- Demonstrated leadership skills
- Agile Scrum or Project Management Certifications are a plus

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Corbb O'Connor at <EMAIL REMOVED>

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David Andrews | Chief Technology Officer
Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development
State Services for the Blind
2200 University Ave West, Suite 240, St. Paul MN 55114
Direct: 651-539-2294
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David Andrews | Chief Technology Officer
Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development
State Services for the Blind
2200 University Ave West, Suite 240, St. Paul MN 55114
Direct: 651-539-2294
Web | Twitter | Facebook

-----Original Message-----
From: WebAIM-Forum [mailto: <EMAIL REMOVED> ] On Behalf Of Reinhard Stebner
Sent: Friday, September 29, 2017 1:45 PM
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Subject: Re: [WebAIM] Job opening: Accessibility Project Analyst at U.S. Bank in Minneapolis

I do not see a job announcement here.

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