HireArt is looking to hire a Content Management Project Manager to work on-site at our client’s San Francisco office on a contract basis. We are seeking a highly detail-oriented, extremely organized, and passionate project manager to support the launch of a new user resource center that will act as a trusted source for users’ education, information, and inspiration.
As Content Management Project Manager, you’ll be in charge of manually migrating content into a content management system before launch. This is a great first experience if you’re interested in working with content and marketing for a world leading brand.
Success in this role will require the ability to work cross-functionally, partner closely with internal teams, deliver high-quality work on a tight timeline, and be relentlessly detail oriented. The ideal candidate must be comfortable working in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment.
- Support the team to prepare all the content needed for the launch of a user resource center.
- Ensure the accurate and timely migration of all the content into a CMS.
- Manage the content validation process with different stakeholders, such as legal, leadership, etc.
- Coordinate with the Creative and Design teams to source article imagery and illustration.
- Tag all content according to the taxonomy established by the content strategy team in the CMS backend.
- Initiate and follow up on the translation process, ensuring everything is ready on time for launch.
- Excellent project manager: very organized and rigorous, with high attention to detail
- Fast learner demonstrating the ability to follow and improve processes quickly
- Comfortable with reviewing content for quality
- Ability to work under tight timelines
- Able to work cross-functionally and with diverse stakeholders
- Familiar with content management tools, ideally Contentstack
- Passion for the travel and hospitality industry
- Previous experience in project or content management is a plus
- Fluency in languages in addition to English is a plus
Commitment: This is a full-time (40 hours per week), 4-month contract position through HireArt and based in San Francisco, CA.