JOB NUMBER: 13-030-3055
CLOSING DATE: April 19, 2013- 1:00 p.m. CST
STARTING SALARY RANGE: $56,078 - $63,088 annually,
plus excellent benefits
POSITION TITLE: Website and Social Media Manager
Oversees the day-to-day operations of texasbar.com, the website of the
State Bar of Texas, and related interactive services: Texas Bar Blog,
Texas Bar Today, Texas Bar Circle, and social media. Works closely with
the volunteers who serve on the Web Services Committee and the State
Bar Board of Directors for strategic planning and the deployment of
existing and future digital features. Provides support to the State Bar
executive management team, communications division director, and other
- Manages website staff, budget, and the day-to-day operations
of TexasBar.com and related interactive services including
membership management tools, e-commerce, content management,
mobile tools, and event management.
- Serves as managing editor of all website and related
- Oversees site development and community management for
professional networking service.
- Oversees online revenue streams such as Internet
advertising, job bank, online deals, and other platforms.
- Oversees the collection of website metrics and plans website
improvements based on these metrics.
- Markets TexasBar.com and other websites via print and
interactive campaigns and search engine marketing.
- Serves as a liaison to the Web Services Advisory Committee
and other entities interested in the improvement of State Bar
websites and the promotion and use of technology by State Bar
- Performs other responsibilities as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree required, graduate degree preferred. Minimum of
five years’ experience in website management, social media, and
project management. Editorial background preferred (including writing
for both online and traditional print publications). Online community
management experience preferred. Extensive knowledge of customer support
issues and systems. Knowledge of Internet content management systems
and web applications such as Dreamweaver and Fireworks. Teaching and
public speaking experience required. Supervisory experience required.
Must be able to communicate effectively in writing, via phone, and in
person. Some travel required.