Posting Number 2019-5626 Location US-NY-New York Posted Date 2019-02-08 Union N/A School/Division University Relations and Public Affairs (WS1044) Department Name : Web Communications FT/PT Full-Time
The Web Content Producer works amongst an internal team of professionals and occasional third-party vendors to ensure the well-being and appropriate presentation of Web content through its digital lifecycles on NYU's public Web properties, including but not limited to NYU.edu and other non-NYU online venues (ex. YouTube.com, iTunesU, Facebook.com, etc.). This position provides leadership in the area of support for strategic university communications through digital means by assessing, analyzing, requesting, and utilizing functionalities within NYU's enterprise content management applications and legacy Web servers. The Web Content Producer will proactively develop relationships and work closely with clients from different departments to help improve their sites, create basic training documents and provide monthly in-person training sessions, as well as assist in the development of HTML e-mail communications, all under the supervision of the Web Assistant Director. Additionally this position will work closely with Information Technology Services to maintain the presentation layer, user experience, and NYU brand standards established.
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree.
Preferred Education: Master's Degree in technology or communications.
Required Experience: 3+ years related experience working with digital content production for medium to large scale Web sites, experience documenting requirements and providing training to different audiences with varying level of product and technology knowledge, hands-on experience creating and sending HTML e-mail messages and experience working with an enterprise web content management system (CMS), or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Preferred Experience: 3+ years production experience with an educational website, light copy editorial experience in a digital environment, light project management experience, customer-/client-relations experience, and experience working with CMS software, Adobe Experience Manager (AEM).
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Excellent planning, analytical, problem-solving, and communication skills. Proven creative/design sensibilities. Ability to work collaboratively within a small team. Understanding or working knowledge of coding in (X)HTML and CSS. Ability to prioritize, balance, and deliver quality work effectively.
Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: Strong understanding of Web accessibility and search engine optimized markup. Experience with HTML email coding standards. Knowledge of current and emerging technologies as well as standard and emerging Internet-based applications and services.
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