Web Manager/Digital Media Strategist
The Digital Media Strategist will be part of a high-energy team who are working to advance the goals of CCI. The Digital Media Strategist will assist CCI in website development and support, video/photo and asset management, as well as analytics and search engine optimization. The successful candidate will work with constituents to craft strategies for creating, managing, and publishing content across various channels, including web, video, newsletters, and social media.
Duties include site design, usability review, standards compliance, update management, and analytics monitoring. The successful candidate will work with key stakeholder groups to design and develop new sites and pages, as well as redesign existing pages to promote a more logical, user friendly, and professional web presence for CCI. The Digital Media Strategist will administer web architecture, hierarchy, and navigation, and must be able to holistically analyze situations and implement targeted, creative solutions. The Digital Media Strategist ensures compliance with CCI branding guidelines, in addition to tracking and evaluating analytics in order to inform decisions about layout and design. The Digital Media Strategist maintains CCI’s video, photo, and asset library. This position reports to the Director of Communications and Marketing.
- Demonstrated experience in online content creation and maintenance of websites.
- Experience with content management systems, especially Adobe Experience Manager.
- Proven ability with the Adobe Creative Suite and Google Analytics.
September 3, 2021
The successful candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check as well as documentation of COVID-19 vaccination.
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