Web Content Specialist
If you are a leading web content specialist, with previous senior-level experience working on website projects and online publishing, we have the right role for your next career move.
A Government department is seeking a Web Content Specialist. You are an ideal candidate if you have demonstrated experience in:
- Degree qualified in a digital communication or web technology field.
- Demonstrated ability to develop positive working relationships across organisational business areas with policy, operational, and technical staff.
- Meticulous attention to detail and quality is extremely important for this role.
- Adaptable and a multi-tasker.
- Planning, time management, and follow-through skills and the ability to 'take ownership' of tasks to completion.
- Customer service focus.
- Responsibilities and experience:
- Work with the Web Project Team Leader to conduct a website content audit on the website to identify content needing to be updated for the National System Transition commencing in June 2018, including PDF forms that are being replaced by web forms.
- Develop, edit, and optimise web content, following the organization style guide. Provide advice to business area staff on writing style for the internet site and digital best practice for web content.
- Strong skill and experience in content layout and optimising content for responsive website.
- Strong working knowledge of website information architecture (IA), structuring content, WCAG2 and accessibility, and search optimisation relating to best practice web content production.
Drupal content management system
- Very strong technical knowledge of Drupal and the capabilities of this content management system.
- Hands-on experience publishing content in Drupal supported by strong HTML and CSS knowledge and experience.
- Work with members of the Web and Publishing team to:
- identify potential Drupal technical changes to improve the client experience online
- implement new HTML forms into the existing site structure and IA with high consideration to customer experience
- Coordinate data and UX/interface design for new online mapping solution, and liaise with GIS and technical staff to integrate web-based maps into the website information architecture, and implement maps that support to assist organization clients with this change.
Project management / coordination
- Manage workloads and tasks to meet tight and immovable deadlines
- Provide weekly updates to the Website Project Team Leader and contribute to formal monthly progress updates to the Program Steering Committee.
Permanent Residents are welcome to apply.
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Tim on 02 6229 1563 quoting Ref No: 1A/13034
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