Alaska Regional Office, Anchorage, AK. A modern, fully accessible office building with high speed internet connectivity and IT support staff.
The digital media assistant will primarily work with Dreamweaver, ColdFusion, and the National Park Service's web content management system to make content available to the public from regional office programs and national park areas in Alaska. The digital media assistant will also work with the Alaska Region's social media team to provide content and monitoring for multiple social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter and Flickr, as well as develop social media presentations. A primary focus will be the updating and maintenance of the Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance program web pages, including editing and posting of pictures, videos and written content. Within the RTCA program, the digital media work will support conservation projects underway in several locations in Alaska. The support will include additional information resources, public involvement outreach, and furthering the public understanding of the program's community conservation mission.Other areas of work will be updating existing web content for parks and programs to improve 508 accessibility compliance for a variety of resource and visitor information products, and assisting parks in increasing their on-line collections of photographs and multimedia products. The work will be based in Anchorage at the regional office, with occasional travel elsewhere in Alaska. There will be frequent interactions with the regional web manager, the RTCA program manager and her staff, and other regional program managers.