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.


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