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Digital Information Products Assistant, Baker Library, Harvard Business School, Boston, MA

Digital Information Products Assistant

Publishing & Production Support Team

Knowledge and Library Services, Harvard Business School

(Part-time; on-site; up to 17 hrs/week; no benefits)

 

Key responsibilities

  • Produce digital information products (newsletters, microsites) using multiple tools, technologies & formats  (HTML, Dreamweaver, Silverpop)
  • Develop and populate web pages using HTML and web editing tools
  • Perform photo and graphical editing (ex: selecting and sizing images for newsletters and websites)
  • Measure & communicate key product analytics to multiple stakeholders
  • Manage subscriber requests/workflow
  • Troubleshoot technical & access issues by working with the vendor, HBS & HU departments, Baker Library content creators/curators
  • Create and update end user documentation
  • Pro-actively participate and clearly communicate in multi-step, multi-person production processes

 

Basic Qualifications (Required for this position):

  • Minimum 2 years of professional-level digital production support / publishing experience
  • Master's degree or equivalent graduate education in Library/Information Science, Business, Graphic Design, Communications or other relevant discipline. 
  • HTML, creative graphic design experience, photo manipulation
  • Demonstrated skills and experience in the use of common digital communication tools (ex: content management systems, curation and publishing tools, e-marketing tools) for information access, management, analysis, and presentation.

•     Excellent organizational, writing, communication, and interpersonal skills; a superb team player

 

Additional Qualifications (Preferred Skills, Experience, Credentials needed for this position:

  • Ability to take initiative and thrive in an evolving and collaborative environment and produce timely, high quality results
  • Highly developed skills in information organization, presentation and delivery; critical thinking; customer service; initiative
  • Ability to work independently as well as within a team environment

 

Schedule: Up to 17 hours/week

Salary: Negotiable

To apply: Please submit resume and cover letter David Yahoodik at dyahoodik@psgstaffing.com

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