Web Content Manager – Events

  • Marketing
  • Part Time
  • 2 years ago

Job Information

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    No. of Openings 1 opening
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    Job Experience 4 years
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    Education Level Bachelor
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    Location Restrictions USA only

Job Description

We are looking for a Web content manager to manage web content for a major event at a large high tech company. This role will focus on helping to maintain, implement, track and optimize the event website. Ideal candidate is a team player, creative yet analytical, and has an entrepreneurial mindset, will manage numerous different projects simultaneously.

This is a 6 month project (extensions possible), 15 hours per week from a location in the US.
MUST work PST time zone business hours.

This is a W-2 role as a Stage 4 Solutions’ employee.


  • Align with overall digital Omni-Channel Marketing Plan.
  • Identify SEO Optimizations – meta tags.
  • Life cycle of Page Builds and Updates – either directly in AEM or via ticket / Recommending best page design using available components.
  • Must be able to utilize AEM to make any urgent changes or small changes in the platform itself.
  • Live Stream Site Planning Support.
  • Writing Content for these pages: Homepage, Activities, General Session, Sessions, Plan Your Trip, Agenda, etc.
  • Gathering Content Updates for HOL/Certification/Sessions and editing it to be in the correct voice with all company lexicon and grammar rules followed: Certification/Edu, Programs, Partner Forum, Social, Media.

Required Qualifications :

  • 4+ years of experience in digital marketing / web content management.
  • Light copy writing/editing.
  • Highly creative with experience in devising digital campaigns that engage, inform and motivate.
  • Solid knowledge of website analytics tools. (e.g.,Adobe SiteCatalyst, Adobe Experience Manager)
  • Strong analytical skills and data-driven thinking.
  • Up-to-date with the latest trends and best practices in online marketing and measurement.
  • Detailed, diligent and organized.
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