-Edit and approve all content before it is published to the college's site
-Conduct mandatory training for our content contributors: both Writing for the Web and basic use of the Ingeniux CMS
-Co-manage the college's official SM presence
-Work to keep the college's site compliant with federal and state accessibility laws
Tarrant County CollegeHurst, TX (Dallas-Fort Worth area)TCC is the sixth-largest college/uni in Texas. Our undergraduate enrollment is about 50,000. We have five campuses, including three in Fort Worth, one in Hurst and one in Arlington. We've had to re-post the opening of our Web Programmer position. If you are interested or want job description and salary schedule, please visit jobs.tccd.edu and use posting # 100201 in the search area. Anyone…See More
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. :-)
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SummaryIn collaboration with the Director of Public Relations and Marketing, ensures that all Web site content related to the institution, its brand and marketing messages are maintained, updated, and evaluated for effectiveness and efficiency.Minimum RequirementsBachelors degree preferably in Journalism, Public Relations, Mass Communications or Marketing and three to five years writing and/or editing experience. Knowledge of basic content management software processes. Experience using…See More
"We're in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, where there is a large Spanish-speaking population. We do not offer our entire site in Spanish. We offer Spanish-language pages on topics of interest to parents, since for our demographics they are likely…"
Woo-hoo! We're adding to our Web Team here at Tarrant County College. TCC is the 6th largest institution of higher ed in Texas, and we serve about 50,000 undergraduate students each semester across five campuses--so basically, we rock! :-)Visit jobs.tccd.edu and search using posting # 100201 for the official posting and to apply. Job SummaryEdits and writes code (XML, ASP.NET, CSS and other various programming languages) for…See More
Since you are in the CMS group, I was hoping you could advise me. UB is setting up a university-wide content management system and we are exploring what best practices other universities are doing. In particular, we are trying to identify universities that are:
* Using a CMS enterprise wide, or with several departments
* Have governance or policies in place
* Have a form of centralized staffing
* And hopefully are encouraging best practices in content and user experience.
If you can take the brief survey at https://vovici.com/wsb.dll/s/8727g3fd23 (no longer than 2-5 minutes) it would help us gather preliminary information that will assist us in our initial phase of research. If you know of someone in your organization better suited to fill this out, please feel free to pass this along.
We are looking for initial responses by Thursday, October 15th.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me or my assistant Kyriakos Zannikos (716-645-4652 or email@example.com)
Thanks in advance,
Web Strategist | UB Web Team Leader
University Communications, University at Buffalo
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