Digital Outreach Coordinator, National Gallery of Art

The incumbent coordinates public-facing media projects, administers website updates, and provides support for departmental operations. The incumbent updates, edits and maintains content on the Gallery’s website, tracks the status of all projects and communicate progress to affected parties. Is the primary resource for updating content on the Gallery site. Maintains exhibition pages and the calendar of events, the in-gallery information screens, content on mobile applications, as well as maintaining a schedule of image rotations on the Gallery’s home page. The incumbent facilitates the posting of information about new exhibitions on all public-facing media and works with departments throughout the Gallery to post their content to the appropriate digital channel.

The Digital Outreach Coordinator creates documentation of media projects, schedules meetings with internal stakeholders, outside contractors, and assists with developing and executing project plans and budgets. The incumbent works with the Technology Solutions Division (TTS) to train new authors in the content management system. Monitors improvements in the system, communicates relevant updates to CQ authors, and ensures that the content management system manual is kept up to date. Keeps track of analytics from the Gallery’s presence on the web, social media sites, aggregate sites like the Google Art Project and iTunes, and audio and video on public-facing media outlets. He/she is responsible for creating an ongoing summary of statistics and assists in the analysis to report back to Gallery stakeholders.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

Candidates must meet the Qualification Standards Handbook requirements for GS-1084-9. This requires at least 1 year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-7 level in the Federal service. Specialized experience is working with public-facing media frameworks to produce digital content. Candidates must reflect in their submitted USAJOBS résumés the possession of this specialized experience. If their résumé does not include such specialized experience, they will be ineligible for this position.

Those applicants who meet the minimum qualification requirements will be evaluated against these factors to determine the best-qualified candidates.1. Knowledge of public-facing media design and development.
2. Skill in using content management systems and generates analytical reports.
3. Skill in office administration.

Please see the full job posting on USAJOBS to apply.

Job Title:Visual Information Specilaist
Agency:National Gallery of Art
Job Announcement Number:NGA-14-72
SALARY RANGE: $52,146.00 to $67,787.00 / Per Year
OPEN PERIOD: Friday, January 2, 2015 to Friday, January 16, 2015
SERIES & GRADE: NF-1084-09
POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time – Permanent
PROMOTION POTENTIAL:11
DUTY LOCATIONS: 1 vacancy – Washington DC, DC View Map
WHO MAY APPLY: U.S. Citizens and Nationals

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Dana Allen-Greil is Chief of Web and Social Media at the National Archives and adjunct faculty of Museum Studies at the Johns Hopkins University and Georgetown University. Her past positions include: Senior Digital Outreach Producer at the National Gallery of Art; Account Director at Ogilvy Public Relations; Adjunct Faculty in Museum Studies at The George Washington University; Chief of Digital Outreach and Engagement at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History; and Online Communications & Publishing Coordinator at the Kaiser Family Foundation. Dana holds a B.A. in English from St. Mary’s College of Maryland and an M.A. in Museum Studies from The George Washington University. Dana tweets as @danamuses and blogs at Engaging Museums .