Web Production Coordinator→ New York, New York, United States
GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:
You support the creation and dissemination of interpretive digital content that engages online audiences globally. You are a key contributor to the Content Team’s day-to-day work to produce content that is relevant, compelling, and impactful. You work closely with content producers and colleagues across the Museum to manage schedules, track team deliverables, and produce and publish web content and features.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:
- Coordinate and support the production and publishing of web content for The Met’s digital channels including the presentation of editorial content, video and audio content, and online features.
- Develop and implement project schedules, track team deliverables and project status.
- Coordinate and communicate schedules, deadlines, milestones, and deliverables for assigned projects to all stakeholders.
- Build and edit web pages using the web content management system.
- Conduct research to support projects, coordinate content and media licensing as needed, serve as primary liaison for talent during onsite working sessions.
- Report and assist with troubleshooting technical problems with the website and other online digital channels.
- Provide training and user support for Met staff who are using the web content management system to author and publish content.
- Contribute to and improve production and editorial guidelines and workflows.
- Practice web production best practices and guidelines, and assist others with learning and applying the same.
- Other duties as assigned.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- Experience working in public-facing digital technologies, media production, or related field.
- Undergraduate degree, or equivalent work experience, in digital media creation, website design, front end coding, digital communications, or related field.
- Experience using web content management systems.
- Familiarity with or willingness to learn media editing tools and software, such as Adobe Photoshop.
- Experience with project management tools. Airtable and Jira.
- Pay Range: $34 – $35/Hour
- The advertised pay scale reflects the good faith minimum and maximum salary range for this role. The advertised pay scale is not a promise of a particular wage for any specific employee. The specific compensation offered to a candidate may be dependent on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, the candidate’s experience, education, special licensing or qualifications, and other factors.
At time of employment, employees are expected to be located within commuting distance of the Museum. “Commuting distance” means that they are located in one of following states: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, or Pennsylvania (the “Tri-state and PA” areas), and be able to commute to and from the Museum in a single day.
The Museum provides competitive compensation, and generous benefits and perks for all eligible employees.
Note: Benefits Offering may differ based on Employee Status.
- Medical, dental, vision and life insurance
- 403(b) basic retirement plan and optional matching retirement plan with an outstanding employer match
- Considerable paid time off, including annual leave, sick leave, and 13 Museum holidays
- Long-term disability coverage
- Flexible Spending Accounts & Health Savings Account (pre-tax income for eligible health care expenses)
- Commuter benefits (pre-tax income for parking or mass transit expenses)
- Free financial-planning services
- Financial assistance for relevant coursework, seminars, and training programs
- 25% discount for staff in Museum shops
- A subsidized staff cafeteria
- Access to the Museums Council pass, which grants free admission to various museums and cultural institutions
How to Apply
Please include a cover letter with your application.
About the Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in two iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters. Millions of people also take part in The Met experience online.
Since its founding in 1870, The Met has always aspired to be more than a treasury of rare and beautiful objects. We are committed to fostering a collaborative and respectful work environment with a staff as diverse as the audiences we engage. Our staff members are art lovers who are passionate about working toward a common goal: creating the most dynamic and inspiring art museum in the world.
At The Met, every staff member – from security officers to researchers to scientists and beyond – lives by our core values of respect, inclusivity, collaboration, excellence, and integrity.
- Respect: Engage one another with collegiality, empathy, and kindness, always.
- Inclusivity: Ensure that all are and feel welcome and valued.
- Collaboration: Reach across boundaries to exchange ideas and work together toward our shared mission.
- Excellence: Lead the cultural world in quality and expertise—and inspire curiosity and creativity.
- Integrity: Hold ourselves to the highest moral standards, admit when we fall short, and then evolve.
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