Fish, Wildlife and Parks Division Web Publisher and SharePoint Administrator
55% A. Web content producer. A1. Consult with managers and content specialists to analyze their needs and propose ways enhance use of the intranet and internet, as well as related e-business tools, to meet division program needs. A2. Plan and organize web content to ensure it is audience friendly and that the site is easy to use. A3. Review and edit program content for web publishing in accordance with Department Web Governance protocols and procedures for quality and consistency. A3. Code proposed web content in a manner compatible with Department web systems and post to Agency Production Server as appropriate. A4. Monitor Program Web Pages to identify and revise or remove out-of-date material or links. A5. Maintain repository of recurring or potential web content. A6. Maintain webpage according to department standards. A7. Maintain knowledge of Department Web Governance and technology support staff to address and resolve technical issues and discuss new directions and technology A8. Collaborate with other Web Publishers to ensure program needs are shared integrated in a manner to minimize workload redundancies.
40% B. Manage Division SharePoint sites. B1. Administer and maintain sites B2 Manage security for sites. B2. Manage site layout (look and feel), structure, and content. B3. Provide technical assistance to SharePoint users and managers
5% C. Professional Development & Organizational Responsiveness. C1. Review and keep abreast of changes in knowledge and practices of position-related activities. C2. Participate in job-related training and organizational meetings as assigned by supervisor. C3. Prepare forms and reports as necessary for personnel and budget accounting purposes in a timely manner.
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