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Willow Creek Community Church

Web Content Developer

Willow Creek Community Church
South Barrington, Illinois, United States


Date Posted: 04/20/2010
Categories: Communications - Media/Technology
Denominations: Non-Denominational
Church Size: over 10000
Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description:
Make an eternal impact with your gifts. As a member of Willow Creek's web team, you would write and develop original content for the church to keep staff (intranet) and church members (internet) freshly and fully informed of current initiatives for each ministry season (like "Celebration of Hope" or "Easter") via online and print mediums. You will collaborate with ministries in the development and progressive maintenance of ministry web pages and layouts in a fasted pace and creative environment. You will oversee the editorial content of web site and web initiatives such as identifying topics, issues, and content to inform the congregation and staff of how we are seeking to expand God's kingdom here on earth.

Do you have a natural writing ability and love to produce original content for the web?
Do you have you experience with websites, blogs and other forms of multi media?
Do you have an editorial skill set and like to make a finished product exceptional?
Do you enjoy improving and tweaking existing content of websites?

Is this job made for you? If so, these things are true about you:
You want to make a difference for the kingdom through what you write and publish on the web
Passionate about creative and clear written communication
Love the techy side and can create great end products in HTML and Dreamweaver
Familiarity with Content Management Systems
Strong editorial skills
Strong organizational skills and attention to details
You can apply for this position by sending cover letter and resume to Human Resources at hr@willowcreek.org
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