Title: Web Specialist
Supervisor: Executive Director
Hours: Part-time (16-20 hours per week), OT Non-Exempt
Status: TEMPORARY through December 2017, with a possibile one-year extension
Pay: Wage $13 per hour
The Web Specialist is responsible for online resources of the Washington County Museum. The primary duties include a wide range of technical and creative activities to assure the successful implementation of the Museum’s online content intended to broaden public awareness of the Museum and its activities.
- Develop, design and maintain the Museum’s online resources, including the website, social media and e-newsletter.
- Collect, draft, publish information in a timely manner.
- Edit content to develop a single institutional “voice” and “brand.”
- Interface with key stakeholders to assure accuracy and completeness of content.
- Ensure search engine optimization to maximize promotional potential of online resources.
- Maintain an inventory of past web content.
- Review statistics and monitor analytics of online resources.
- Troubleshoot website problems, debugging issues that arise.
- Document and update any processes associated with the position.
- Review museum information on other institutional websites to ensure content accuracy.
- Assist in the establishment of short and long term goals and objectives for the online resources, defining how they are realized and measured.
- Assist with the development of policies and practices that ensure the successful delivery of online content.
- Support overall museum operations by cooperating with staff colleagues and providing professional assistance to other departments.
- Additional duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
- Proficient computer skills, including e-mail, Internet, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Access.
- Knowledge of and experience with online resources, including WordPress, Constant Content, Survey Monkey, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+ and LinkedIn.
- Strong communication and organizational skills.
- Basic analytical skills, problem solving (issue identification and prioritization) skills, and presentation skills.
- Basic project-management skills with the ability to achieve results with moderate supervision.
- Excellent attention to detail that results in thorough and precise work.
- Ability to collaborate and achieve results.
- Ability to prioritize, multi-task efficiently and respond to a high volume of ongoing requests in a timely fashion.
- Ability to continually develop skills related to use of rapidly changing technology and communications best practices.
- Ability to adapt and be flexible in a dynamic work environment.
- Demonstrated success in working with a culturally diverse community.
- Physical ability to lift objects weighing up to thirty pounds (30 lbs.).
- Physical ability to sit 80% to 100% of the workday.
- At least two (2) years related experience.
- A minimum of an associate’s degree in a related field preferred.
HOW TO APPLY
Please email (.pdf attachment preferred) resume and three professional references to –
No phone calls please.
Position available immediately.
Application process open until position filled.
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