AMADC is looking for a Website Development Manager in order to strengthen our online presence and create a fun, interactive experience for our potential/current members and sponsors. You will be responsible for the overall development of the website ensuring it is up to date, communicates our values, engages viewers, and helping to maximize website traffic.
Support/project manage website production, content development, and editing.
Propose routine website refresh ideas.
Develop strategies to drive online traffic to the AMADC brand website and to engage once on our site.
Analyze online trends and competitors’ website tactics to offer recommendations on best ways to improve brand awareness and “trial”.
The website manager will be part of our dedicated website team. It's a fun group who are committed to creating a great online brand and experience. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
An extremely organized and flexible individual.
Great time management skills.
Ability to finish tasks efficiently.
They must be great friends with Drupal.
Have a creative eye and passionate about web design.
Time Commitment: 2-3 hours a week.
We are in the midst of a brand positioning initiative and website refresh. There is lots to do over the summer, and once we get through this initial phase, the level of commitment will decrease and be more routine.
Must be a member of the American Marketing Association to be eligible.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Telecommuting is allowed.
About American Marketing Association Washington DC
The Washington, DC chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMADC) is the leading network of marketing professionals driving innovation, professional development, connections and career advancement throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan region.
Our volunteer-driven organization serves as a gateway for connecting marketers across industries. We have 800 members from 400 leading organizations that span the corporate, media, government, association, and nonprofit sectors, making AMADC the third largest chapter of the American Marketing Association.