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Current vacancy – Website manager
Closing date: Friday 15 October 2021
Want to manage a website that gets 1.3 million page views a month? And that makes a difference in the lives of whānau all around Aotearoa by providing accurate, up-to-date and easy-to-read health information and resources.
This is a 15–20 hour a week role as the website manager initially for 6 months. It is for a self-employed independent contractor. You would be responsible for all the non-content related management of the website.
Some key attributes you may need
- Personal and professional life experiences that lead to an understanding of website UX and information architecture (IA).
- Personal and professional life experiences that lead to an understanding of content and image issues that resonate with Māori whānau.
- Solid experience working in a CMS.
- Experience working independently/remotely.
- Experience working effectively in a team and with stakeholders.
- Experience of working in an environment that uses digital terms and concepts.
- Understanding of sound information management principles.
Key roles and responsibilities
- Manage the relationship, and directly work, with the website development company, in liaison with in-house team members.
- Identify CMS enhancements and fixes, and track progress and test these.
- Liaise with the in-house IT team member on this and any other relevant work, eg, ideas to improve content display, such as air tables, how videos are hosted, use of icons, use of direct dial functionality, etc.
- Other IT management work as required, such as IT access, security checks.
- Manage and/or carry out website improvement projects that are not content based, eg, SEO improvements, accessibility improvements, image library improvements, home page project.
- Monitoring and reporting, including using Google Analytics, HotJar, Screaming Frog and other relevant tools. Liaise with website admin to carry out tasks to implement any changes as appropriate and improve standardisation across site.
- Prepare the website for a rebuild (due in 6–12 months).
- Liaise with the website editor over workflow requirements and allocation of tasks.
- Liaise with the National Health Content Hub project manager to plan for our website content being pulled through an API, for example.
- Prepare and carry out consumer consultation on website content/UX with the Health Consumer Advisory Service, Woven.
- Attend weekly management team meetings and report on issues and progress.
- Attend weekly WIP check-in.
- Attend monthly online and in-person team meetings.
How to apply
Clinical reviewers (honorary role)
We are looking to expand our pool of clinicians willing to review our health information and clinician pages.
This voluntary position would suit New Zealand-based or trained nurses, allied health professionals or doctors who are available to review a few topics throughout the year. The time commitment is minimal and the reviews can be done from anywhere. Guidance and support is provided.
For more information, please email email@example.com.