Enterprise Content Strategist
Enterprise Content Strategist
5 years experience in content strategy, digital marketing or editorial
Experience in using web analytics tools (eg Google Analytics) to identify trends and make content decisions
Experience developing information architecture, taxonomies, site maps and / or content models
Experience leading or working closely with product teams and / or publishers
Demonstrated project management skills, with the ability to set and meet deadlines across multiple projects, often dealing with ambiguous problems.
Strong analytical, problem solving, and organizational skills, with the ability to build consensus from diverse perspectives.
Strong leadership, influence, collaboration, and written / verbal communication skills, with a high level of comfort to communicate at all levels of leadership.
Ability to manage multiple competitive priorities in an accelerated and constantly changing environment.
Work For Enterprise Content Strategist:
Google is known for our innovative technologies, products and services, and the people who support them. Whether you’re making our staffing systems more efficient, planning our growth, forging relationships on college campuses, or cultivating the next generation of IT, take into account Google’s staffing needs and the big picture. contracting. You are focused on cultivating outstanding candidates for Google’s long-term recruiting needs and working in a group of cross-functional and international staff teams. You’re drastic and resourceful, creative and impulsive, and you’re excited to share the magic of working at Google.
As Google grows, so does the suite of programs, policies, and processes that affect our employees. The People Operations Brand & Content Strategy Team works with partners across our global organization to create useful, reliable, and easily accessible content and service platforms that will scale with us. You will join a team that is responsible for the company’s Google HR content strategy: defining global branding, editorial and accessibility guidelines, centralizing content management, implementing large-scale content improvement projects and engaging content owners as we launch internal products to support our goals. We are looking for a knowledgeable data content strategist with a knack for distilling general strategies into a measurable tactical implementation. He understands how to design content versus critical user journeys, and has deep experience in measuring content performance, turning raw data into actionable information for leadership and its broader team. At Google, your work will help transform the way we create, publish, and manage the content our employees consume around the world.
Great is just not good enough for our People Operations team (you probably know us better as “Human Resources”). Made up equally of human resources professionals, former consultants and analysts, we are the advocates of Google’s colorful culture. At People Ops, “we find them, grow them, and keep them.” We bring the world’s most innovative people to Google and provide the programs that help them thrive. Whether we’re recruiting the next Googler, refining our core programs, developing talent, or just looking for ways to inject a little more fun into the lives of our Googlers, we provide a data-driven approach that is reinventing the field of human resources.
- Develop a deep understanding of the needs, preferences and expectations of our audience, as well as our business goals, to support the design of an effective content strategy.
- Manage cross-functional projects independently that support the implementation of Google’s HR content strategy, including content inventories and audits, content design and metrics reporting.
- Collaborate with content authors, product and UX teams to define and implement taxonomies, sitemaps and content models to scale our content strategy.
- Partner with cross-functional leads to define, implement and track consistent KPIs for People Operations content.
- Own content performance metrics and measurement. Analyze content and operational data, identify gaps and proactively recommend opportunities to fill gaps with tactical content improvements.