The Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) is a government agency providing services to other Oklahoma government agencies. We work toward the goals of capitalizing on available resources, continuing to seek cost saving opportunities and elevating our level of service. Our mission is to be a “FAST” agency: Flatter, Agile, Streamlined, and Technology-enabled.
The OMES Communications Department is seeking a full time Web Content Editor for our Oklahoma City location. This is an Unclassified position within Oklahoma State Government. In addition to a generous Benefits Packet the annual salary for this position is up to $40,000 based on education and experience.
The individual in this position will be responsible for writing, editing and proofreading online content and will work closely with the Communications Department staff to maintain website standards. The WCE will also be responsible for crafting site promotions, e-mail newsletters and ensuring the accessibility compliance of all OMES digital content. The WCE will work closely with other communications, marketing and business unit stakeholders within OMES.
-Create, develop and manage content for the OMES online presence
-Coordinate and manage web projects across OMES business units
-Maintain web, editorial and graphical standards across all OMES online properties
-Develop a master content calendar for all OMES online properties
-Copy edit and proofread web content
-Serve as an assistant administrator for the Wiki Communities of Practice. Activities include:
-Develop a working knowledge of the Confluence system
-Propose changes based on user requirements
-Trouble-shoot and test problems as needed
-Develop a working knowledge of the products offered through Oklahoma Interactive, including the Content Management System, GovDelivery and Data.OK.gov
-Ensure compliance with applicable legal and accessibility requirements and OMES policies, guidelines and standard
-Provide excellent customer service to all levels of users and encourage timeliness and accuracy of web page information and resolution of problems
High School diploma; AND some college-level courses in English, journalism, communications, technical writing or a related field;
OR certification in web development, web design or related field,
OR 2 years professional level experience in a web-related field;
OR an equivalent combination of education and experience,
Preference will be given to the following:
-Experience with web development and website management applications, including FrontPage; web content management systems (such as Drupal, GoGov!, SharePoint), Adobe Photoshop and the Microsoft Office Suite;
-Demonstrated understanding of effective design techniques and standards including user interface design, and graphics creation; and/or
-Understanding of the principles of IT accessibility compliance and familiarity with remediation tools, such as Adobe Acrobat Professional, Adobe Captivate, NetCentric CommonLook, DocSoft, and the Microsoft Office Suite.