CMS Website Builder

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POSITION: CMS Website Builder
COMPANY: Drexel University Office of Alumni Relations
LOCATION: Philadelphia, PA
REQUIREMENTS: The Office of Alumni Relations at Drexel is looking for an intern for the spring term who would like to strengthen their skills using a content management system for building a website. We would prefer someone with experience using CMS such as Word Press or similar and basic HTML skills. Must attend 3-hour onsite training with Drexel IRT before project commences (compensation provided). All content will be provided by Office of Alumni Relations, however someone with strong editing skills is preferred.
DUTIES: Duties include transferring current content from Dreamweaver HTML based website into the university’s content management system, called SiteCore. Approximately 40-50 pages; includes text and photos. System is web-based so project can be completed remotely. Will check in weekly with Office of Alumni Relations; approximate time to completion is 2-4 weeks. Note: this project is not a website design project, although the content can be organized using various types of built-in modules. Website is geared toward largest constituency of the University, so a captivating and well-organized site will help us to engage more alumni in support of the Alumni Association’s mission.
COMPENSATION: $10/hr. undergraduate students and $15/hr. graduate students and alumni.
HOW TO APPLY: Contact Christine McAuliffe at cmm543@drexel.edu or 215.895.2794. Please provide a summary of completed projects related to position, as well as a brief paragraph about why this position interests you. View current site at http://www.drexel.edu/alumni.

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