Website Manager

Living Beyond Breast Cancer is seeking to hire a Website Manager to oversee the organization’s website.  LBBC is in the process of redesigning its website and will launch a new WordPress-based site this year.  The organization’s current site is Drupal-based.  The ideal candidate will be comfortable troubleshooting the website and continually improving the user experience (UX) of the site.  We seek a technologist with strong attention to detail and outstanding problem-solving skills who has varied experience maintaining websites. 

LBBC is headquartered just outside Philadelphia in Bala Cynwyd, PA.  This is a fully remote position that can be based anywhere in the United States, however candidates must be able to work 9am-5pm eastern time and be available for travel several times per year.  Priority will be given to candidates based in the Greater Philadelphia region. 

Primary responsibilities

  • Plan, implement, manage, monitor, and upgrade the organization's website, ensuring it is fully operational and inviting to users. 
  • Respond to and troubleshoot all website issues, security breaches. 
  • Conduct content audits to reduce redundant or outdated information. 
  • Create strategies to grow subscriber base and web traffic metrics. 
  • Ensure full compliance on the website with all laws and regulations. 
  • Develop and maintain systems for content updates and publishing process, technical issue notification, etc., and ensure the processes are used consistently by all staff. 
  • Work with staff from key departments to inform the maintenance of their website pages in terms of quality, timeliness, and relevance to target audiences. 
  • Work with external vendors contracted to own Search Engine Optimization to continue to optimize key website pages and drive overall improvement.  
  • Oversee the work of external website developers responsible for site maintenance and larger site improvements. 
  • Help share and make meaning of website metrics (e.g., Google Analytics, etc.).  
  • Work with key staff to ensure continuity of experience and integration between the website and Luminate, the organization’s primary database platform, and other online tools (Optin Monster, etc.). 
  • Provide ongoing training and support for staff who regularly update content on the website.  
  • Maintain domain registrations and hosting contracts for all organizational sites. 
  • Stay current with industry best practices and monitor competitor websites. 
  • Participate in internal work teams to carry out special projects, including but not limited to website and database projects. 
  • Assist in expense tracking and budget management. 

Key qualifications 

  • A degree in computer science, IT, marketing, web design, or related qualifications  
  • 2 years or more of work experience as a website manager 
  • Proficient in HTML, and experience managing content in CMS platforms (WordPress and Drupal) 
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office, online marketing software (Luminate, Teamraiser), project management software (Basecamp preferred)  
  • Ability to troubleshoot website issues in a fast-paced environment 
  • Fantastic project management, time management, and communications skills 
  • Great understanding of UX, SEO, Google Analytics, and Pay Per Click  
  • Experience coordinating with external consultants, such as agencies, writers, and graphic designers 
  • Photo and/or video editing abilities a major plus 
  • Knowledge of Google Ad Words and/or Google Grants a plus  
  • Interest in women’s health and medicine a plus 
  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination required. Individuals may claim exemption for medical or religious reasons 

Salary range and benefits 

Salary range begins at $60,000 per year.  LBBC offers a comprehensive benefits package including health insurance, 401(k), and paid time off. 

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Application deadline is 6/10/2022.  


Living Beyond Breast Cancer is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We respect and seek individuals of a diverse background and do not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.