Web and Digital Platforms Manager


I’ve attended the Museums and the Web conference a number of times and have always been impressed with the creativity and level of discourse among attendees. So, when this position came up I wanted to share it with this community. The San Francisco Ballet is hiring a Web and Digital Platforms Manager (WDPM). They are responsible for maintaining the organization’s website, mobile site, and mobile apps. The WDPM monitors and reports on website analytics, tracks out-of-date content, and coordinates the posting of all content, images, and online sales promotions. Other duties include creating new pages and graphics; making minor changes to web design and architecture; working with web design and back-end technical vendors on large-scale web initiatives; resolving technical and customer support issues. The ideal candidate will be comfortable collaborating with staff and vendors, have a solid front-end web development background, and a passion for the arts.

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Thomas Weitz
Senior Manager of Digital Marketing
San Francisco Ballet


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About tweitz

I started off as a front-end developer for startups in New York, where I was also working in the arts. My first job combining the two was at Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago where I was in charge of digital strategy. I started working at the San Francisco Ballet in 2014. My most recent digital project was a collaboration with the Royal Opera House, Bolshoi, National Ballet of Canada, and the Australian Ballet, called World Ballet Day. We produced a continuous live stream from our respective rehearsal studios of classes and rehearsals for anyone to watch. Our stream was watched by over 500,000 people and was the trending topic on Twitter in Canada and the UK. I've given talks at the Tessitura, Theater Communications Group, and Capacity Interactive conferences on website development, email strategy, content creation and distribution, social media, and branding.