Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture - and benefits - that just aren't found together anywhere else. If you're curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future - then take a look at this opportunity.
DIRECTOR OF USER TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS , MIT Sloan School of Management-Sloan Management Review (SMR) , to act as a hands-on developer and chief technological expert for SMR and implement its digital priorities. Will perform development tasks and troubleshooting, ensure security and maintenance of digital platforms, manage contract developers and cross-functional teams, support SMR's revenue and content goals through digital projects, oversee SMR's digital platforms (website, mobile, e-reader, and others), set and report on digital metrics, and identify trends and upcoming new technologies that present significant opportunities for SMR to achieve its strategic goals.
REQUIRED: a bachelor's degree in a related field; at least five years' experience managing digital platforms, preferably in a publishing environment; demonstrated experience managing complex projects with multiple stakeholders; expertise in the digital content marketplace; advanced-level skills using WordPress, Git, PHP, and front-end web technologies (JS, CSS, preprocessors); and knowledge of PHP web stack apps and awareness of emerging web technologies (headless WP via Laravel, React, etc.). Must be able to work in a team-oriented environment; listen to diverse content, business, and production requirements and devise integrated solutions; manage client relationships internally and externally; educate and explain technical issues to nontechnical staff or external providers; and manage conflict around competing goals and time pressures. Job #18616-10
Internal Number: 18616
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