Web Design & Experience Manager

POSITION SUMMARY:  The Web Design and Experience Manager is the front-end developer for multiple Commonwealth Medicine websites and digital platforms, from organization-specific websites to interfaces created for client-facing projects, as well as other digital communications tools as technology evolves. This role is a key member of the Marketing Communications team, contributing insight, expertise and best practices to design, develop, manage and strategize the optimal digital user experience.       ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Develop information architecture Lead front-end development of Drupal websites using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP Create interfaces utilizing user experience design concepts that showcase compelling website content and graphics, while maintaining usability and accessibility.                                           Build and customize Drupal content management system environments. Produce wireframes, visual design comps, user flows and interactive prototypes to explore ideas and document design decisions. Use responsive design techniques to optimize websites across devices. Maintain websites/digital platforms Oversee the hosting environment for all Drupal sites, LAMP stack and Aquia Cloud. Perform security, maintenance, and other key updates to digital platforms. Evaluate functionality changes and new technologies to meet evolving organizational/client needs or in response to new concepts. Manage website technology vendor relationships and subscriptions. Search engine optimization direction Conduct all search engine optimization activities. Analyze all metrics from digital platforms and report results in engaging and easily understood deliverables Liaison with UMMS IT Collaborate when needed for web server and development support. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Level Degree in communications or information technology 5 - 10 years' experience Experience working in a matrixed organization and as part of a collaborative team. Job Number: 2018-31954
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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