Is this an actual org chart or your vision of one? My coworkers and I are compiling web team structures, what works and what doesn't, to help us in our quest for more staff. :-)
We would add two more position-types under Content Lead: Content Writing/CMS Trainer and Web Content Editor(s).
Web designer (also edits video) - 1 FT Designs top level pages, templates, specialty items such as holiday card, promotional sites, ads, social media profile pages, helps us direct video and does some editing.
Web developer 2 FT one does top level pages, sophisticated forms, programs, action script, codes the backend of templates, maintains our video server, responsible for security of datanses we use, also runs analytics tools. Second one helps campus with needs since we don't have a CMS - can you believe it - and we maintain a few sites and help alot with other area needs. He also is responsible for our internal dept server, software updates, equipment ordering and basic desktop fixes before we call IT.
Director - 1 FT - I deal with scheduling, priorities, politics, budget and keeping us supplied with chocolate. And recently, social media guidelines and strategy,
University Northern Colo, 12,000 enrollment
Just one guy doing most everything. My title is Webmaster.
There's another guy that works on the portal, but changes to it are so infrequent that I have no idea what his real job is.
I need a better job. :)
Well, I just got hired as the "Webmaster/Technician" for the school, which is the first web-centric, full-time, full-staff position they have ever had. Part of my time is also spent supporting the school's technology infrastructure, but I'm hoping to move that over to full-time web in the future.
Mostly I'll be responsible for everything web-centric, working with other members of Public Relations and our Network Services team. Much of my time, right now, is going to be spent pushing ahead the web redesign and "rejiggering" project and then implementing everything with Plone when the time comes. A lot of fun to come.
Plone is new to me. I would love to know how it's going for you guys.
We've been using Plone since 2005, but the sad part is that we stopped updating our software around 2006. So, we have an outdated system with many modifications that we are going to try and update to something newer and easier to manage.
Overall, however, we have been very happy with Plone and I'm looking forward to getting into Plone 4 and some of the advancements involved with that. Should be fun!