The Digital Project Officer will be responsible for content production in the Museum’s web content management systems. They will undertake digital project coordination tasks as well as assisting the supervisor to liaise with content providers on the delivery and publication of quality website content. They will provide advice and guidance to assist content providers to maximise the visual standards and presentation of their content.
The role is required to support web publishing workflows and priorities for content delivery, help scope new website templates and undertake usability testing as required. The successful candidate will develop and maintain web publishing reports, schedules and documentation with the support of the supervisor.
The key duties of the position include:
The ideal candidate will have familiarity or the ability to quickly learn current web technologies including production requirements for the use of text, images, audio and video content. It is desirable that the candidate will have experience working with content management systems.
The candidate will have some experience working in a project support role, ideally on web or digital projects. They will be able to demonstrate strong attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple concurrent tasks to meet deadlines.
The candidate will have experience liaising with staff, stakeholders and suppliers to clarify content requirements and follow up on content or feedback.
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