This position is an intensive senior staff position -- second in command to the editor-in-chief, alongside the print manager. Attention to detail and responsible communication is a necessity. Juniors and seniors preferred. This is a good position for transfer students interested in taking on an advanced leadership position! The web manager is responsible for the overall upkeep of FEM's website. This position requires attention to the website design and overseeing weekly (and timely) publishing of FEM articles. Please read the position description on the main page and the description below before applying. If you have any questions about the application, please feel free to email [email protected] or [email protected] This application is due at 11:59 PM on Friday, October 5th, 2018 (end of week 1). Interviews will take place during week 2. Applicants will be notified about interviews at the beginning of week 2.
1. Update the design of FEM's WordPress site and fix any glitches that may occur
2. Publish online articles via Camayak (our editing site), and add pull quotes, images, etc. from the back-end of WordPress after publishing.
3. Oversee the online publishing schedule -- keep writers and editors on schedule for regular content production
4. Maintain regular communication with section editors
5. Regular communication with social media manager for promoting published articles
6. Communication with design directors for article designs, embedded article illustrations, etc.
7. Attend weekly to bi-weekly senior staff meetings
8. Communicate regularly with the editor-in-chief about issues, progress, ideas, etc.
9. Cooperation with FEM's member policy
What we can offer you:
1. Leadership position in a student publication
2. Training for student leadership, working for a publication, etc.
3. Sufficient leadership experience in FEM to potentially apply for editor-in-chief after the 2018-19 academic year
4. Intersectional feminist community on campus
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Please use less than 500 words per question below.
Are you a transfer student?
How did you hear about FEM?
What do you think it means to be an intersectional feminist?
Why is it important to have a newsmagazine here at UCLA that is dedicated to feminist issues?
If you have had any prior high school, junior college, professional, or college journalism or media experience please list and explain here. (This is not necessary to apply).
What other feminist publications (magazines, blogs, etc.) and/or social media accounts do you read or follow?
Why do you want to be FEM's web manager?
Please explain the extent of your knowledge of WordPress and any other technical skills required for website design.
Do you have coding skills? (Etc.)
If you have any website links for examples of your work, please provide those here.
This position requires responsible time management. Do you believe you have the discipline and time to manage FEM staff? How do you plan to attend to your responsibilities as web manager?
Any additional questions?