Venor is proud to partner with our client the City of Moncton, as they recruit a Web developer. As a Web Developer you are a guiding force behind new web initiatives at the City of Moncton. You initiate and lead new web projects, and work with the operations team as the strategy point person throughout the project’s lifecycle.
Reporting to the Business Solutions Lead you will partner with City of Moncton departments, council and the business community to strategically plan, develop and manage their website structure and content.
- Offer recommendations that fit the stakeholder’s needs and goals and align with best practices.
- Research and apply market information including user behavior, organizational information and best practices
- Use analysis, tracking, and research—including data from Google Analytics and other tools—to assess the impact of site structure and content on online goals.
- Create detailed site and section structure matrices with recommendations for content, linking strategies, calls-to-action, SmartPanel use (when applicable) and more for each page.
- Work collaboratively with stakeholders to answer questions and customize user experience strategy and content recommendations to fit their unique organizational challenges.
- Guide overall web architecture, requirement definition, and project timelines, working with the different City departments and/or vendors as needed to ensure they are met and completed as required.
- Analyze and regularly report on web analytics to guide strategy and keep web infrastructure agile and responsive to user behaviors.
- Monitor CMS technology developments and UX best practices to keep corporate websites current.
- Monitor responsive design and mobile friendly trends to incorporate new developments into web strategy.
The ideal candidate will have knowledge of SQL server and Linux operating systems. Strong interpersonal, communication and project management skills. Experience integrating websites with current online and social media tools.
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