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Structured Content Specialist

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MAJOR FUNCTIONS—Assist with converting existing content into a structured content environment and maintaining effective workflows to provide manageable, consistent content.

I.    GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Identify and execute on priorities for structured content initiatives
  2. Create and edit content using XML and authoring tools, such as Oxygen
  3. Collaborate with staff to transfer knowledge about best practices, tools, and other aspects of the structured content environment
  4. Work with vendors who are consulting/providing services

II.   PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Assist with development of structured content solutions to support Challenger content requirements           
  2. Coordinate with individuals throughout company to identify and document specific and consistent structured content hierarchies           
  3. Ensure that structured content workflows meet Challenger School requirements and support the school's educational philosophy
  4. Integrate content development systems with existing technologies and adapt processes to align with them
  5. Collaborate with Challenger School departments to evaluate and configure tools related to the structured content environment         
  6. Assist staff in learning and mastering structured content tools and techniques
  7. Ensure strong organizational support for structured content by providing clear communication, training, and organizational development for structured content solutions

III.  ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS

  1. Extensive working knowledge of DITA, DITA Open Toolkit, and/or other XML technologies (XSL, XSLT, XSL-FO)
  2. Experience in an XML authoring environment and content management system
  3. Ability to identify and maintain detailed consistency in XML structures, metadata, and taxonomies
  4. Knowledge of DTD and schema
  5. Ability to meet business objectives while also enforcing quality, content structure, version control, and publishing strategies that support multiple deliverables and formats
  6. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  7. Experience managing large projects
  8. Ability to develop and deliver technical training and informal on-the-job support

IV.  PREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED

  1. Experience with structured authoring of educational content
  2. Experience as a classroom teacher or instructional designer
  3. Familiarity with MathML and/or DITA Learning and Training specialization
  4. Degree in education, educational technology, or related field

If you are interested in a position with Challenger School, submit a cover letter identifying the position(s) for which you wish to be considered, your resume, and a brief essay discussing your view of America.

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Challenger School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.