Estimated Length Open ended 37.5 hours per week LOCAL CANDIDATES ONLY Desired Requirements Superior writing ability, including enthusiasm for writing at a lower grade level and simplifying complicated ideas. You should love understanding and explaining things to people. Experience in marketing, journalism, communications, or some other field where you were forced to write for the public and meet deadlines. Experience with a CMS (Drupal, Wordpress, or something similar). Some experience with content design, or at least strong opinions about web page layout. Ability to collaborate with senior management across the spectrum of an organization while advocating for customer-centric voice and tone. Experience with product or project management software including JIRA, Trello, Airtable, Asana, or something similar. Some experience with information architecture is a plus, but you should at least have strong opinions about website layouts and making content structured and discoverable. Experience in user-centric principles. Responsibilities Help create an Information Architecture for new.Client.info. Migrate content from web.Client.info to new.Client.info, rewriting and reorganizing it to be more customer centric. Coordinate with multiple stakeholders across multiple agencies to ensure their content is findable. Keep Client.info up to date, including basic updates. Work with the product team to build new CMS tools and features, serving as the main evangelist for content editors. Recruit editors and writers from various agencies within the Client, training them on the CMS and showing them how to update their sections of the website themselves. Manage all site updates, approving changes from the various agencies. Own and update a set of text and language standards for the Client, potentially including voice and tone. Associated topics: chief program officer, cpo, manage, manager, management, monitor, product manager, project manager, relationship manager, task
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