Johnson County, Kan.: Library Web Content Developer

Johnson County, Kan.: Library Web Content Developer

12:20 05 October in KC IABC Blog, KC/IABC Job Bank for Members


The position of Web Content Developer for the Library with Johnson County Government will perform the following essential duties.


Prepares text and graphics to be included on Library website; writes, edits, and maintains website and blog content; monitors website text for information and appropriate style; strategically manages and schedules web content changes for assigned sites based on library programming calendar, current events and topics of interest; coordinates content maintenance, presentation and publication based on user needs.

Collaborates and strategizes with staff and partner organizations to analyze web-specific business needs; facilitates content creation and page design; develops short- and long-range plans for the development of web content and functions; manages web-related projects, oversees all aspects of development including scheduling, budgeting and process creation; guides work of staff and contracted graphic designers to create and layout web graphics; attends meetings to ensure plans represent user needs.

Works with UI and UX teammates and vendors to coordinate area-specific technical and database development to support web functions; assists with web-based data resources, informational materials, and services that support public relations activities

Participates in departmental and countywide Web development team activities; assist with new staff orientation and training; participates in staff meetings to share information, and collaborates on department-wide problem-solving; participate in countywide e-Gov activities.

Participates in awareness program to ensure staff understands the Library’s Web services; identifies training needs and contributes to the preparation and delivery of technical training to staff and internal and external clients; models and demonstrates appropriate use of new electronic technologies; provides informational programs and presentations for staff, patrons and partners.

Writes product user reports/documentation; develops and implements assistive documentation for Web page users.


Bachelor’s degree in any field of study; one (1) year of technical writing, online publishing, marketing or content management experience; and a valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record is required.

Master’s degree in Library Science or related field of study; two (2) years of experience in website design or web content management; two (2) years of experience working in a library environment; and one (1) year of project planning/management experience is preferred.

Spanish language skills preferred

Johnson County Government requires reference/background screening for all positions. Specified criteria may vary by Department/Agency.

How to Apply

Please complete the application online:

Marjie Goodman
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