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Tammie Dudley <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 18 Aug 2009 12:33:03 -0400
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  *M E M O R A N D U M*

TO: Dr. Anu Bourgeois, Department of Computer Science

FROM: David Graves, Hartsfield-Jackson Office of Public Affairs

DATE: Aug. 4, 2009

  SUBJ: *Fall/Winter internship*

I am reaching out to department heads of area colleges and universities 
in search of a part-time Web content editor intern for 
Hartsfield-Jackson’s Web site. Although this is a non-paid internship, 
working at the world’s busiest airport is an excellent opportunity for 
students to gain valuable experience, build a strong resume and 
network/train with some of the brightest minds in the technology field. 
This would also be a great opportunity to earn college credit if this is 
allowed in your school’s curriculum.

Primary responsibilities of the successful candidate will be updating 
content on the airport’s Web site, which has approximately 250,000 page 
views a month from around the world. The successful candidate should be 
proficient in Dreamweaver, Virtual Studio, has a good knowledge of HTML 
coding and has some experience working in a Web environment. We are 
seeking a dynamic go-getter who needs little supervision. We are 
flexible with a start and end date as well as work schedule.

If you know of any students who may be interested, please have them 
forward an electronic resume to [log in to unmask] 
<mailto:[log in to unmask]>. Attached, please find a more 
extensive job description. *Deadline for submitting resume is Tuesday, 
Sept. 1, 2009. *Thank you in advance for your assistance.

David Graves

Creative Services Manager

Office of Public Affairs

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

(404) 307-8833




*Job Title*: Web Content Editor *Department:* Aviation

*Date*: Aug. 4, 2009 *Reports to*: Creative Services Mgr.


Hartsfield-Jackson seeks a dynamic part-time Web Content Editor intern 
to work in its Office of Public Affairs. The analyst should be highly 
proficient in HTML coding, Dreamweaver and content-management tools. The 
successful candidate will be able to gather analytics, oversee Web 
trends and post news releases, reports and other material with 
efficiency and on deadline. This is a non-paid internship.

The primary focus of this position is to maintain all content on the 
Hartsfield-Jackson Web site and work with various divisions to make 
updates and post new material as needed. This editor is 
detailed-oriented, has excellent grammar and spelling skills and an 
expert in current Web tools and trends. Also, this person will be able 
to multi-task and remain highly organized.

Other responsibilities include but are not limited to:

· Building, posting and distributing the Airport’s online 
Hartsfield-Jackson News, incorporating photos, charts, etc. for a 
visually pleasing online package. Also, gathering and reporting Google 
analytics on reader numbers, behaviors and interests.

· Converting monthly General Manager’s Reports, annual reports and 
stakeholder reports to PDF and post to intranet for employees.

· Consulting with internal staff for deployment of Web content. Works 
with internal staff and external clients to incorporate existing and new 
content into Web site format/structure. This includes editing existing 
copy and creating new copy. Acts as Webmaster.**

· Uploading videos, photos, etc. to the Web site and suggesting ways to 
incorporate blogging, social media, etc. in Hartsfield-Jackson’s 
communications plan.

· Communicating effectively and professionally via telephone, e-mail, 
letter or in meetings to the internal and external customer base and 
working diligently to meet their technical and communications needs.

· Assisting with creating professional PowerPoint presentations as needed.

· Working closely with the Information Services Division on projects.

· Demonstrating proficiency at multi-tasking and ability to prioritize 
and make key professional decisions.**

· Works closely and diligently as intranet liaison with other units to 
ensure internal material is up-to-date and informative on the 
Hartsfield-Jackson intranet.**

*Qualifications / Requirements*

Experience in Information Systems, Computer Science, Information 
Technology or related field is required. Also, proficiency with 
Web-based tools and applications required, including Dreamweaver, 
Photoshop, HTML coding, Flash, etc. Must be comfortable in a PC 
environment. Strong experience as Web content editor and PowerPoint 
producer a plus; strong grammar, spelling skills required.