The Global Web Content Administrator is responsible for the development, creation, and execution of marketing and communication projects in accordance with UDAR's overall marketing and communications strategy for global alumni outreach as a member of the team reporting to the Associate Director of Web and Communications. Projects may include online and social media components for Alumni Relations, Development, and the NYU Alumni Global Passport, and communication projects involving 14 global sites within NYU. Activities will be in direct correlation with the on-line, social, and interactive platforms supported by the University or as directed through additional requirements and will have the goal of increasing alumni engagement and interaction with the University. Additionally, the Content Administrator will have the responsibility of providing service and support to the development and alumni relations efforts as related to technologies and processes for on-line or interactive media and systems. The coordinator will stay up-to-date on current and best practices and trends and maintain technical skills.
4-5 years related experience or an equivalent combination. Must have experience with design, development, and creation of content for web pages--both standalone and as part of a content management system (CMS)--and designing, developing, and project management of communications and marketing materials.
Experience with social media platforms, experience providing administrative support for a CMS, and experience in an academic environment.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: (include unique competencies, certification, licenses, etc.):
Excellent planning, problem solving, and communication skills. Proficient with HTML, CSS, and competent with the Adobe Creative Suite including: Photoshop and Dreamweaver.
Experience with analysis of and reporting on Web/marketing statistics using Google analytics, Urchin, or other similar programs. Skilled with Microsoft Excel and Word. Comfortable with Mac and PC operating systems. Knowledge of current and emerging Web technologies.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: (include unique competencies, certification, licenses, etc.):
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Projected Position Start Date:
New York University - 20 months ago
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