Web and Social Media Project Manager, National Archives (GS-14)

Come join us at the U.S. National Archives to shepherd through web and social media projects from start to finish. Open to U.S. citizens.

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Web and Social Media Project Manager

This position is with the Project Management Division located within the Office of Innovation at College Park, MD.

You will serve as an IT Project Manager with a focus on Web and Social Media projects including projects for development of new websites, web redesigns, and implementation of new social media tools, analytics packages, and mobile experiences. Responsible for shepherding projects from start to finish; coordinate with business owners, subject matter experts, acquisitions staff, IT security staff, and IT project managers.  Provides expert technical guidance to management on web and social media projects, including recommendations that align with government and other applicable standards and requirements. Works as Contracting Officer’s Representative on assigned projects and contracts; develops business needs statements, business cases, independent government cost estimates from market research, requirements, statements of work or performance work statements, managing the proposal review and vendor selection process, and overseeing the work of contractors. Works closely with Information Services on issues related to IT policy, security, Cloud hosting, and NARA’s System Development Lifecycle and Enterprise Architecture. Works with NARA Acquisitions Office on issues related to the IT budget and acquisition. Supports fellow IT Project Managers and colleagues on related efforts within the Office of Innovation.

The Office of Innovation is responsible for NARA’s Open Government and Digital Strategy efforts, the National Archives Catalog, NARA’s digitization strategy and partnerships, and the National Archives’ web and social media presence. To support these efforts, the Office of Innovation develops, maintains and coordinates: the description program; agency-wide business architecture; metadata standards and authorities; and provides internal digitization labs, intranet, and social media programs. The Office also manages NARA’s Innovation Hub activities.The Office of Innovation works in collaboration with the Office of Information Services for all IT systems development projects.

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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 .