Web Content Developer/Migrator (Project Asst.)
Boston, MA 02115
A prestigious university in Boston, MA is seeking a Web Content Developer/Migrator to join their team. In this contract role, you will work with the Associate Director of Educational Programs and the Communication Manager to evaluate, move, re-write, and perfect content from one website into another, with a focus on people profiles. Apply today!
Responsibilities for the Web Content Developer/Migrator:
- Write, edit, and develop website content
- Develop content to promote a new program, service or offering or to explain policy, process or procedure aimed at reducing customer service burden on a Harvard department or program
- Migrate large volumes of content to a new information architecture, website or web publishing platform
- Write help text, self-service prompts or instructions, FAQs, blog posts, catalog entries, profiles, stories or announcements
- Gather user feedback for website content improvement and enhancements
- Review website usage statistics and search logs to inform content strategy
- Restructure or rewrite content for greater clarity or effectiveness, in some cases following a provided style guide
- Have an understanding and proven skill at writing effective, searchable, scannable content for the web
- Technology savvy with a strong knowledge working with Microsoft Office
- Strong organizational skills with great attention to detail
- Strong multi-tasking and prioritizing skills with the ability to meet deadlines
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Strong interpersonal skills with a customer service focus
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Must be eligible to work in the U.S. without sponsorship
Contract Employee Benefits:
- Health and Dental
- Contract employees are eligible for subsidized health and dental insurance coverage upon completion of 120 hours on assignment within four (4) consecutive weeks working a minimum of thirty (30) hours per week.
- Paid Sick Leave
- Contract employees who are employed to work in the Commonwealth of MA may accrue and use up to forty (40) hours of paid sick leave per calendar year in increments of no less than one (1) hour.
- 401(k) Plan
- Regularly recruited contract employees, who are U.S. citizens aged twenty-one (21) or older, are eligible to contribute to KNF&T’ s retirement savings plan with Fidelity Investments.
- Short Term Disability
- Contract employees are eligible for subsidized short term disability, covering up to 12 weeks of a disability including maternity leave.
- Free Training
- KNF&T uses a state of the art e-Learning software training system. We encourage all our contractors to take advantage of this training, which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.