Job Opening: Japan Society, Digital Producer

Location: New York, New York
Sector: Non Profit
Experience: Mid Career

Position description

Join our team at this exciting time as our new President and CEO reintroduces Japan Society for the global era in our second century with plans for global innovation, program revitalization, and deepened bridge-building between the people of the United States and Japan. As the Digital Producer, you will be responsible for managing the organization’s owned digital real estate and will play a key role in shaping the digital roadmap for the future.

The Digital Producer is responsible for overseeing, developing, and updating all content on the Japan Society website, including program and event pages, promotional placements, and registration flows. This person also manages email marketing initiatives across multiple teams, scheduling and producing all campaigns, and ensuring a successful build, testing and launch process. The ideal candidate should have a solid understanding of website and mobile optimization, SEO/SEM and analytics, plus be comfortable with light graphic design and image editing. HTML and CSS proficiency is a must.

As the Digital Producer, you must be an excellent project manager, with superb writing and proofreading skills. The role requires flexibility in working across multiple projects concurrently, with an ability to shift priorities when needed.

For more information: https://globaljobs.org/jobs/26429-new-york-japan-society-digital-producer

About Paula

Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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