University of California
ADMINISTRATIVE ANALYST, SENIOR
Content Management Analyst
$4,842 - $9,591 monthly
4100-ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION SYSTEMS
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Job Summary Statement:
Working as a member of the Web Content & Strategy team, the Content Management Analyst supports departmental content analysts (content managers, authors or editors) and communication staff in the review and publishing of portal content, coordinates portal content development and editing, and maintains standards related to content style, accuracy and readability. Additionally, the Content Management Analyst will coordinate team editors in developing content management workflow, procedures and practices that ensure effective dissemination of information via the campus portal. The Analyst will assist departmental content analysts with adopting industry and campus content standards and style, access provisioning, maintain key landing pages with current and relevant content, coordinate changes to portal framework among departmental content management analysts, assist with testing of portal enhancements and new features, and train departmental content management staff in the effective use of portal authoring tools and features. Provides after-hours support as requested or assigned.
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QUALIFICATIONS FOR POSITION
3 or more years of professional experience developing and managing Web-based written content, authoring, editing and publishing communications within a large, complex enterprise.
Proficient in the application and use of standardized communications style guides; ability to effectively communicate principles related to the authoring and publishing written content for the web/internet.
Superior verbal and written communication skills to effectively communicate technical information to audiences of all backgrounds and technical knowledge; able to use standard English grammar and punctuation in both verbal and written communications.
Demonstrated proficiency in the review, editing and publishing content to ensure that messaging is clear and concise; possess attention to detail to thoroughly review and edit portal content.
Ability to establish and maintain diplomatic, collaborative and productive relationships within content management community.
Bachelor's degree in Journalism, Communications or English (or similar) OR three years relevant professional experience combined with education.
Experience with open source and/or commercial content management systems such as Plone, Drupal, SharePoint or Confluence.
Demonstrated experience within Higher Education Information Technology.
ADDITIONAL POSTING INFORMATION
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Conflict of Interest:
Continued employment contingent upon completion of satisfactory background investigation.
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Is this position designated as a mandatory reporter under CANRA* No
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POSITION IS SUBJECT TO PERFORMANCE STANDARDS AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY WIDE POLICE POLICIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES.
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