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Website Content Creator

July 22nd 2019

Website Content Creator


The duties of the Website Content Creator will be as follows:

  • Collaborate with supervisor and design experts to establish a vision and plan for the new website. 
  • Make professional recommendations to supervisor based on personal expertise and training. 
  • Prepare content drafts and exemplars to present to design experts and supervisor throughout the process.
  • Analyze and assess old website content for changes and improvements.
  • Edit and proofread new content material prior to publication. 
  • Access existing photographs of exhibits, events, and artifacts to post to the new website. 
  • Research industry-related topics such as up-to-date content creation techniques (ex. inbound marketing, SEO) as well as relevant and accurate historical material.
  • Collaborate with design experts to implement accessible and user-friendly designs according to up-to-date provincial accessibility practices and standards. 
  • Troubleshoot minor technology problems as the arise and clearly communicate issues to supervisor. 
  • Update website content as needed.
  • Establish and maintain social media platform(s) and integrate to the new website (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.).
  • Update progress with project in a progress report document as needed. 
  • Other duties as required. 

Qualifications Required: 

  • Must have ability to multi-task
  • Must have good communication and organizational skills
  • Must have advanced experience using Website and Content Creation Programs/Generators, Microsoft Office and social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, 
  • Must have experience creating/publishing websites or other web content
  • Must have an ability to visually interpret ideas and information
  • Must have an ability to collaborate and communicate with colleagues and design experts for a cohesive final product 
  • Must have an interest in history and heritage in the community
  • Must be a full-time student this past spring and returning to full-time studies in the fall
  • Bilingualism is a definite asset

NOTICE: The Ottawa Valley Historical Society is an equal opportunity employer, and will consider all applications with relevant qualifications.  Final decisions on employment are based on the merit of the applicant.

Wage is $14.00 an hour for 6 weeks. 

Resumes with covering letters will be accepted until July 19th, 2019. We thank all applicants for their interest, however; only individuals short-listed for interviews will be contacted.  

Apply in person or by e-mail to:

Jory Turcotte, Acting Curator, Champlain Trail Museum and Pioneer Village, 1032 Pembroke St. East, Pembroke, Ont. K8A 6Z2.



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