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The Michael G. Foster School of Business has an outstanding opportunity for a Content Producer (Web Information Specialist).
This position is part of the Marketing and Communications Department at the Foster School of Business. The Content Producer, under the direction of the Director of Online Marketing and working closely with the Online Marketing Team, is responsible for producing content for the Foster School of Business website, intranet, e-newsletters, social media outlets and other electronic communications to reach key Foster School stakeholders and the business community.
The ideal candidate will recognize the importance of web content and realize that quality content (descriptions, pictures and graphics) is the single most important requirement to having a quality website. He or she will also have a good understanding of the elements that characterize great user experiences.
The ideal candidate should be flexible, quick-thinking, energetic, efficient, and able to work independently under pressure while maintaining attention to detail. Excellent interpersonal skills are a must, as this position requires interacting with other staff throughout the Foster School as well as some students, alumni, and friends of the school.
Candidates should have demonstrated success in packaging stories, photos, audio and video from multiple sources. Candidates should enjoy innovating and be comfortable blending exclusive, original and aggregated material and user-generated content to create a compelling site that engages users and encourages repeat visits.
Actively produce and promote content on the school's website and social media outlets following content plans and editorial calendars developed by the Online Marketing team. Typical activities include producing feature stories, faculty research summaries, news articles, blog posts, magazine articles, and other content. Monitor the daily queue of minor web change requests.
Work closely with the online team to develop, test, and maintain new content models interactive content.
Regularly advise academic departments, centers and programs about content improvements and changes, providing web analytics reports and analyses.
Team participation, meetings, research.
Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Journalism, Marketing, Informatics, Business or related field. 2-3 years of web content, program coordination, and marketing experience.
Experience with and ability to use content management tools, specifically Wordpress
Understanding of and experience with common web development tools
Demonstrated communications skills, including online editing and writing skills
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with others
Strong interest in web-based communications and knowledge of web editing skills
Strong organizational skills, initiative, creativity and resourcefulness
Ability to perform as an effective team member while handling independent projects and responsibilities with minimal supervision
Demonstrated passion for creating a world-class customer-facing user experience and have a desire to develop creative ideas, concepts, and new ways of doing things
Experience working in higher education
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