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Web content management Jobs in Gloucester

Job Overview

As web content manager you will be responsible for the information that appears on a company's website.

Skills

  • good organisational skills and the ability to meet deadlines
  • an understanding of legal issues, such as online copyright financial management and negotiating skills
  • confident presentation skills
  •  the ability to build relationships with clients and partners
  • good teamworking skills
  • an understanding of online writing issues, such as house style and content structure
  • an excellent grasp of English grammar, punctuation and spelling
  • the ability to write for a target audience
  • creative skills to find interesting ways to present information and to generate new ideas
  • attention to detail, for example when proofreading
  • the ability to give and receive constructive feedback on work.

Qualifications

You will need an undergraduate degree in a computer science field. Some employers may accept a degree in a related area, such as marketing, communications or writing,

Entry-level web content management positions typically require a certificate or associate's degree; although more advanced positions may require a bachelor's degree
 

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