URBACT Secretariat is looking for a Web Content Management Intern
Edited on04 February 2015
URBACT is looking for a Web Content Management Intern with the primary objective to help the URBACT Communications Team collect, rewrite, migrate and tag web content for our new website and to work on other tasks related with the development of the new website (to be launched online in the winter of 2014/2015).
We are looking for an individual with strong editing, writing and advanced English language skills who is passionate about communications, content management and website development. If you would like to showcase your content management skills in a European-level communication environment, gain cross cultural awareness and learn how to work in a culturally diverse workplace, this is the place for you! Main tasks • To audit web content of the current URBACT website; • To identify content needs of the new website; • To identify, which content has to be migrated from the existing content management system to the new one without changes; which content has to be rewritten; and which content has to be created; • To coordinate rewriting of old content and collection of new content; • To rewrite content, when requested; • To collect visual content for the new website; • To migrate web content from the existing content management system to the new one manually, when necessary; • To ensure the quality of content migrated automatically; • To categorize and tag content; • To add appropriate metadata to publications and other types of content; • To participate and to assist in meetings of Content working group, Website Development working group and Website Editorial Team; • To support other internal and external URBACT communication initiatives. Profile • Working knowledge of content management systems such as Typo3 and Drupal; • Good knowledge of HTML and web usability standards and best practices; • Familiarity with tagging and metadata concepts; • Knowledge of basic web information architecture principles; • Excellent written and spoken English; • Strong editing and writing skills; • Very good planning skills, ability to work under pressure and to meet deadlines, ability to work independently; • Paying attention to details; • Computer savvy (MS Office, graphic design and photo editing software is an advantage, etc.) • Interest in communications as well as in urban issues; • Good knowledge of written and spoken French a plus; • Some knowledge of SEO principles a plus; • Experience in web content migration a plus; • Ability to learn quickly. Additional Information : Duration and starting date: Ideally 6 months starting from August 2014 (shorter or longer term possible). To apply: CV + cover letter exclusively by email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline: 4th August 2014
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