Transition activities include managing agency client expectations, explaining technical concepts to non-technical people, assisting the agency with developing a new information architecture, content preparation, content migration, agency site editorial review, photo and graphic resizing, agency site launch, etc. The candidate will work with a business analyst on the development of the site architecture. The candidate will follow universal content management principles as well as District of Columbia web standards throughout content migration efforts. It is the candidate’s responsibility to become familiar with District of Columbia terminology, District services and the agencies that provide such services. Some fact finding and research is required. This particular position will also be asked to help with the development of website graphics.
This particular migration for DCLBD is expected to last approximately 2 months.
Familiarity with Drupal or other similar Content Management Systems and with website conversions are highly desirable. Although the principal role is that of a web editor, strong analytical skills, as well as the ability to work with others are contemplated as part of this position.
Able to work in a challenging environment, with changing priorities and assignments. Multi-task on multiple web migration projects. Detail oriented. Organized. Work collaboratively with large team. Can explain technical processes to non-technical individual
This individual will be responsible for developing web-based and mobile software.
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