The Web Project Manager will be responsible for managing the creation of websites through the entire web lifecycle, including research and discovery, site structure, content creation, technical development, analytics tagging and launch, as well as ongoing improvements. The primary goal of the University’s websites is to convey information, so a significant portion of the project management responsibilities deal with content processes. Examples of projects could include: new 300-page website for a College; update 50 web pages for a key University initiative; or define standards and processes for faculty-owned blogs.
This position will simultaneously manage 3+ web projects, defining timelines and acting as the main point of contact for a project, overseeing the process of creating web content and the development of technical web components, collaborating with a project team of 5-10 people, updating a stakeholder team of 10+ (consisting of Vice Presidents, managers, staff, and faculty) anticipating and resolving issues, and keeping the projects on schedule. This project manager will oversee projects for all the Schools & Colleges at St. Thomas, as well as many of the internal departments.
As a key member of the Marketing, Insights, and Communication web team, the Web Project Manager will ensure an efficient flow of project deliverables, drive phases to completion, deliver projects on time, and improve processes and documentation along the way, while remaining aligned with the strategy, commitments, and goals of the University.