CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. Web Content Editor (Secret Clearance) in Washington, District Of Columbia
Web Content Editor (Secret Clearance)
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Web Content Editor (Secret Clearance)
Category: Business Consulting, Strategy and Digital Transformation
City: Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Position ID: J0119-0210
Employment Type: Full Time
Reporting to the Office Director and Systems Liaison team lead, the Web Content Coordinator will provide technical support to build, modify, and maintain websites so that Visa Office can enhance engagement with end-user communities. This person is responsible for the design, content, development, and maintenance of the division’s websites, which illustrate the various systems-related initiatives. The websites may be created using WordPress, SharePoint, or other platforms as they become available.
The Candidate must have strong quality control experience in an online environment, with accurate and strict attention to detail at a low error rate (i.e., very few typos, broken/misdirected links, etc.).
Your future duties and responsibilities:
• Coordinate with stakeholders (VO, other bureaus, and other government agencies) regarding their visa-related website information.
• Work closely with the Office Director, Web Content Coordinators, key partners, and IT teams to capture or define requirements for web projects.
• Engage with end-user communities domestically and in the field, including surveying.
• Create/edit, proofread, and update content for the division’s WordPress and SharePoint sites. Must be willing to learn other platforms or other skills related to web design and surveying.
• Provide technical editing (including proofreading, grammar, and punctuation) to website content.
• Create page templates, prototypes, web portals, logical site navigation, and layout of content for the intranet and internet.
Integrate video, photos, graphics and other multimedia materials on the internet and intranet website, providing a seamless link with external sites.
• Collaborate with the Office Director and Systems Liaison team lead to monitor websites for accuracy, timely updates, relevance, and usability on an ongoing basis. Provide daily oversight and quality checks to ensure website features and tools consistently deliver as designed.
• Measure, collect, analyze, and report on internet and intranet website traffic, customer behavior, and customer feedback to correct issues and/or identify opportunities for improvement.
• Liaise with IT department (both IRM and CA/CST) and external web developers to resolve technical issues and conduct work.
• Identify and post relevant VO cables to intranet websites.
• Monitor workflow and status of project tasks and client requests and provide regular updates to the Office Director and stakeholders.
• Gain knowledge and understanding of visa and immigration laws, policies, and procedures.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
• Active Secret Clearance
• 1-2 years of Strong web content and web editing experience
• 1-3 years of experience with Wordpress, photoshop
• 3 years of experience with Microsoft office suite
• Experience with internet and intranet websites and Sharepoint Subsites
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