Content Management Job Description

Content Management Job Description

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Content management provides web expertise feedback on multiple digital projects specifically related to database integration, content management systems and tracking.

Content Management Duties & Responsibilities

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Develops overall approach, establishes measures and executes the monitoring of all operational performance of the Source-to-Settle external content landscape based on defined business rules
Develop logical and physical models of solution components using relevant modeling frameworks (ie
Hands on with DITA,SDL Architect and SDL reach
Provides high level and ad hoc training for new site owners, content contributors on best practices and governance techniques for implementation
Promotes user adoption of GlobeShare USA to meet business needs by reaching out to the user community to provide coaching, improve awareness and provide learning documentation
Provide consultation and advice to potential Site Owners regarding the most effective ways of leveraging GlobeShare USA to achieve their business objectives
Provide input about site security, ensuring that users have appropriate access rights to the various areas in the solution
Provide coaching to site owners to ensure that appropriate security permissions are applied on their sites and content and that site owners and content managers understand
Understand business needs and platform technology capabilities (Microsoft SharePoint) to optimize GlobeShare USA [company intranet] value
Work closely with IT to review and manage requests for new sites and enhancement requests for existing sites to validate appropriateness of request and define site objectives and evaluate alternative approaches

Content Management Qualifications

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Licensing or Certifications for Content Management

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: PMP, ITIL, MS, KCS, PM, IAM, II, IAT, SSL, CAPM

Education for Content Management

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Employers hiring for the content management job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Collage Degree in Computer Science, Communications, Education, Marketing, Business, Journalism, English, Technical, Management, Economics

Skills for Content Management

Desired skills for content management include:

Integration point
Object oriented programming concepts and Service Oriented Architecture
Java Script and CSS
Working within content management systems and adept at managing workflows and content metrics
Custom Codes
Web Services/WSDL

Desired experience for content management includes:

Work with IT to develop specifications and estimates for custom functionality or additional site templates to optimally address business needs
Work with individual business groups to prioritize requests for new capabilities
Partner with Subject Matter Experts, Line of Business Owners, and other Wealth Management Operations Client Service Center leadership to ensure accuracy, completeness, usability, and timely updates of relative Service Reference material housed in 3DR
Partner with Field Management to ensure consistency of content format and taxonomy
The Field Management partnership will also include projects and content which may have impact to both the Wealth Management Field and Wealth Management Operations Client Service Center organization
Working with the Training Manager and Training Specialists, monitor effectiveness of content and make recommendations for edits to improve knowledge and client experience

Content Management Examples


Content Management Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking to fill the role of content management. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for content management
  • Review technical product specs and mock-ups, attend product demos and review sessions, and utilize beta environments as a source for developing content
  • Manage the production and publishing of your content and partner with our localization and rich media teams to deliver the content worldwide
  • Work with various support groups (from agents to operations to marketing) to manage content between release cycles and identify areas of opportunity/change
  • Maintain and continuously improve the knowledge base through analysis of content freshness, redundancy, gaps, overlaps, feedback, and KPIs
  • Leads the overall content governance process
  • Review, update and audit content maintained in YouTube’s CMS with a high level of detail, speed, and accuracy -- all based on strict deadlines
  • 20% Creates and implements processes to optimize the efficiency of product data collection
  • 10% Collaborates with internal (marketing, merchandising, IT) and external (agencies, 3rd party vendors - Big Hammer, Escalate, Commerce Hub, Merchandise Suppliers) customers to develop processes and programs to drive timely execution of product data collection for
  • Coordinate the international distribution of Nickelodeon programming via digital delivery for VIMN channels third party sales worldwide
  • Provide an extraordinary level of support internally, for our clients, rights-holders and partners to ensure that content-related issues get resolved immediately
Qualifications for content management
  • Five plus years of digital senior management experience in a leading digital organization regardless of industry
  • 1-3 years experience writing in a production environment
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Ability to communicate ideas clearly and concisely to peers, partners, and customers
  • Independent, curious, and resilient
  • Ability to guide & assist the team on any technical issues related with IBM Content Manager Enterprise Edition

Content Management Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is hiring for a content management. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for content management
  • Define a future state vision for process, people and technology, and collaborate with Master Data Management Specialists, IAs, designers, Change Management specialists to define a solution roadmap to achieve the future state vision
  • Applies industry best practices internal standards to ensure the quality and effectiveness of training deliverables
  • Analyzes results and makes changes to address opportunities
  • Conducts on-going individualized and large-group training in both informal and formal settings
  • Needs capture and business benefit analysis
  • Solution concepting
  • Contribution to solution roadmapping and release planning
  • Contribution to solution architecture
  • Organization of testing
  • End-user training as needed
Qualifications for content management
  • Knowledge of IBM Filenet
  • Comfort with public speaking strong collaboration skill are a must as you will work daily with teams at both CQ and Roll Call
  • Experience of working across functional boundaries effectively in order to achieve business outcomes
  • Demonstrated skills and ability to work effectively in content management systems, particularly SharePoint, Documentum, SalesForce, LAN areas
  • Experience in multiple system environments
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and quickly change direction as needed

Content Management Job Description

Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of content management. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for content management
  • Design and layout catalogs within InRiver using the Adobe InDesign extension to support businesses digital presence on web & print
  • Audit product catalog completeness, accuracy and standardization, and follows up with purchasing, developers, vendors to close the gaps
  • Create ad-hoc flyers and brochures in Adobe InDesign as requested by business units and other teams
  • Assist in the creation of email blasts using predefined templates
  • Build and enhance the basic capabilities of the websites and apps for all our brands and locations
  • Build a “reference” customer experience roadmap based on
  • Experience with "Livelink" OR "Content Server"
  • Writes designs for new systems, or changes to existing systems
  • Pipeline Tracking & Reporting– Maintain an accurate joint sales pipeline with the alliance team and provide timely reports to key stakeholders
  • Go-to-market (GTM) Plans – Design and lead a GTM plan for the alliance
Qualifications for content management
  • Proactive problem-solving nature, with the ability to take the reins when needed
  • Intermediate level experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint
  • Excel experience must include the ability to manipulate data, create and update pivot tables, write formulas and create VLookups
  • Ability to lead Behavioral Driven Development and Design processes from inception to execution
  • Bachelor's degree in engineering or another scientific discipline
  • Experience in other aspects of enterprise content management such as imaging, workflow, archiving, are NOT required

Content Management Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for a content management. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for content management
  • Maintain project schedules and milestones
  • Solution conception
  • Guiding developers
  • Operates strategically in addition to functionally
  • As a KM Content Manager, you will own the grammar, presentation, consistent look and feel, and coverage of assigned subject matter
  • Represent KM needs of service center
  • Coordinate resources and project deliverables per client
  • Responsible for meeting project deadlines
  • Collaborate with Service Center Members to understand end user needs and requirements and incorporate into client content and over-arching knowledge base design
  • Work closely with the product line managers to review written, online, and other media for quantitative and qualitative content regarding relevance, quality, and accuracy
Qualifications for content management
  • Technical background in storage or networking, or virtualization/cloud computing
  • Content management and content architecture experience
  • Product management experience within Web systems for content management
  • Minimum 3 years as Team Manager/Lead of a technical writing or documentation team
  • Minimum 5 years in technical/content/business writing and editing
  • Proven leader who has a demonstrated track record of managing an documentation/content team and on-time delivery of projects

Content Management Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking to fill the role of content management. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for content management
  • Participate in question and answer sessions during online seminars and faculty office hours
  • Maintain a list of quick reference notes for each specific team of clients
  • Work with Implementations to obtain server access for new clients as needed
  • Manage invoice loads for on-shore clients
  • Lead and/or develop Content Management System (CMS) design and implementation strategies
  • Actively work with and lead labeling production teams to generate CMS output (labels and documentation)
  • Create and/or participate in the development of data structure/architecture and style sheets
  • Create and maintain documentation, policies and procedures for Edwards’ use of CMS, including labeling, PLM and ERP technologies used in conjunction with CMS
  • Form the critical CMS production link among Labeling, Tech Writing and Localization teams
  • Instruct users on CMS production tools and systems used by labeling, technical writing and localization teams
Qualifications for content management
  • Certification or extensive practical experience with life science coding systems
  • Experience in a multi-language publishing environment, including translation memories, terminology databases
  • Currently enrolled, returning or recent college graduate in Business or Technical field
  • Knowledge of heavy-duty truck or automotive parts and components desired
  • Familiarity with customer requirements and catalog taxonomy
  • Understanding of databases, queries and data organization

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