Closes: Thursday, March 22, 2018
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-Associates Degree or above is required.
-An Associate’s Degree or degree in another field will be considered with comparable work experience.
-A minimum of two years’ experience working with a Content Management System
-Experience working with HTML, CSS and on-line forms.
-Expertise in Microsoft products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Project)
-Expertise in Adobe products (Dreamweaver, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat Pro)
-A Bachelor’s Degree in a web development or graphic design program is preferred.
-Experience using the Cascade CMS is strongly preferred.
-WordPress experience is preferred. Other CMS experience will be considered.
-SharePoint experience is preferred
-Cross-platform experience with Mac and PC’s is preferred
The Website Content Administrator is a core member of the Information Technology Systems Department at GTCC. This person works full-time to create, maintain and enhance the content of the public facing website. The person in this position must exercise initiative, independent judgment, and discretion in setting priorities and carrying out all assignments with guidance provided. It is the responsibility of this person to ensure that all areas of the website are up-to-date and accurate. It is further expected that the person in this position will communicate with members of the staff, faculty and administration to prioritize site content and gather pertinent information for posting online. Further duties include assisting and educating other members of the campus community in developing and expanding their own pages so that college-wide information presented on the Internet is cohesive, incorporates a high standard of quality and is in accordance with the college mission. Responsibilities include the planning and administration of site structure and access permissions, design and implementation of Content Management features and user interfaces. This person will transfer static design concepts into web page templates, applications, forms and features. This person will also develop and maintain Cascade work flows and administer access in accordance with institute guidelines. This person will ensure optimization of search functions within the website through use of page tags and metadata. The person in this role will train advanced users of Cascade how to utilize tools, set up content within templates and how to self-publish. In addition, this person provides troubleshooting and support to web content contributors throughout the college.
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