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Job: UX Content Strategist (7445) at University of California

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UX Content Strategist (7445)
University of California
Oakland

**To Apply, please visit:****https://jobs.ucop.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=58153**  
  
**Position Summary:**  
The California Digital Library (CDL) supports the education, research, and
public service mission of the University of California in partnership with the
ten campus University of California Libraries system. The CDL has four core
programs: Access & Publishing; Collection Development; Discovery & Delivery;
and the UC Curation Center. As a member of the CDL User Experience (UX) Team,
the Digital Communications Specialist will work to collaboratively support the
CDL program and service managers in the development, improvement, and
maintenance of complex systemwide services, websites, and digital properties.
The primary user base for CDL services and programs include UC faculty,
students and UC Libraries staff.

  
The UX Content Strategist will apply advanced knowledge of website design and
content strategy to digital communications with the goal of providing clear,
compelling and useful information to CDL service users. Draw upon deep
knowledge of the complete user-centered design cycle (user research, content
strategy and development, and interaction design) to both lead and participate
in web and content development projects. Regularly work to solve complex
service and communication problems where analysis of situations or data
requires an in-depth evaluation of variable and nuanced factors.

  
The UX Content Strategist will cooperatively develop and oversee an overall
content strategy for the primary CDL organizational website, as well as assume
responsibility for future site redesign and implementation projects. Ensure
that CDL's communications needs and requirements are met through the
organizational website and other emerging digital communication channels.

  
  
**Requirements:**  
Bachelor's degree in related field, e. g., Design, Human Computer Interaction,
Library Science, Information Science, or Visual Design, and at least 5 years
experience as a key, hands-on content strategist or web designer working on
medium to large complex websites within a multidisciplinary team environment
and/or equivalent experience or training.

  
Deep knowledge of content strategy methods and techniques. Experience in
writing content for the web, including a thorough understanding of effective
communication in a digital environment.

  
Advanced knowledge of the of the fundamentals of user experience design,
including user research, needs assessment, design, and usability testing.
Skilled in diagramming, prototyping and the use of UX design tools and
technologies.

  
Skilled in the fundamentals of visual design and presentation, image handling
and the impact of color, font, image treatment and presentation on the overall
user experience.

  
Ability to interpret and analyze organizational needs, user requirements and
technical constraints and to identify ways in which web service design can
support those needs.

  
Excellent reasoning and problem solving skills. Demonstrated ability to focus
on key issues; able to research, gather, integrate and analyze information
from a variety of sources and to recommend reasonable alternatives.

  
Demonstrated knowledge of design principles and guidelines (i.e., interaction
design, visual design, web user interface design, information/data
visualization).

  
Experience in project management, planning, execution and monitoring.
Demonstrated understanding of project management concepts and practices.
Ability to consistently meet deadlines.

  
Self-motivated with ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
Able to initiate and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues
and external stakeholders.

  
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills with the
ability to interact and negotiate with constituents at all levels of the
organization. Ability to communicate technical information to technical and
non-technical personnel at various levels in the organization.

  
Experience working with and developing library and information services for
academic users, including faculty, students and researchers across multiple
disciplines (Preferred).

  
Experience implementing or working with a content management system
(Preferred).



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