wow. that's a lot of staff. I have two full-time people who report to me. One is the project manager for units in our CMS (approx 400 users). He works with each 'client' to ensure sound navigation, adherence to branding & web policies, identify technical needs and then provide all the requirements to UC's IT area. He follows the process through and also provides 2nd tier support for the system.
The other FTE is the point person for our event calendaring system -- again, more on the communication end of things. He does some light programming, but he's not a programmer.
Both of them also have other duties as related to maintaining the primary pages of the UC site as well as providing general Web support for all areas of the university.
That's our entire staff. It's sad but true. We pay for all programming work (and design, but that's within our same division) through our IT area, and clients pay IT for getting set up in the CMS.
We don't have any interactive designers, so if we want/need flash or anything similar, we generally go to students or out-of-house designers.
Will keep in touch. Good to have someone nearby for networking.
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