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Web editor/designer – Oakstone Publishing

Oakstone Publishing - Birmingham, AlabamaOur pal Gayle sent us this posting for Oakstone Publishing:

Are you more focused on the look and feel of a website than how it works? We are looking for someone with good aesthetic sense that can build landing pages, product pages and e-mails that fit our branding and perform well.

We need someone to keep static pages updated, mind the web site and coordinate with marketing for e-mail promotions. Working closely with the Director of E-Pub, this person will help with the testing of new features and troubleshoot web issues. The web editor will also format and proof biweekly and monthly newsletters from PDF’s and coordinate with relevant departments for deployment. The work environment is laid-back and cooperative, with an opportunity to learn more about the web and e-mail marketing in a B2B environment.

You should know HTML, Photoshop, CSS, design, be deadline focused and have some experience before you apply. Having good recommendations and an online portfolio is a plus.

Contact gchristopher[at]oakstonepub.com.

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Web – Oakstone Publishing

Update Feb. 13, 2008: The position has been filled.

From our pal Stacey:
Immediate opening for an energetic, self-motivated, analytical thinker with a combination of graphic skills and Web editing experience.

Responsibilities include:

  • daily website maintenance and quality assurance;
  • continual improvements focused on search engine optimization, general functionality and appearance;
  • managing rotation of featured products and offers throughout the website;
  • creating landing pages as needed;
  • setting up HTML newsletters and deploying to subscribers;
  • maintaining e-newsletter archives;
  • managing pay-per-click ad words;
  • tracking website trends and activity;
  • providing web analytics summary reports on a daily or weekly basis.

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